Kenyan Genre/Pop Writer
Book Launch | Inevitable Desires: First Love
Book Launch | Inevitable Desires: First Love

At last, the three-course meal is ready, starting with First Love. I will be launching my latest novel, Inevitable Desires: First Love at the Multimedia Library of the Alliance Française de Nairobi on Saturday afternoon 25th January, 2020. Click Here for the event details. INEVITABLE DESIRES: FIRST LOVE Novel Book One of the Inevitable Desires trilogy 

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Maimun
Maimun

She’s behind a wall so high that I couldn’t climb but I’m going to wait outside to see Maimun. She’s my moon and I’m her night time when she comes out and lets me see beneath her burqa. Maimun takes it off:           her burqa           her shash           her dirac and lets me see

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Sky Wars
Sky Wars

Planet Spyria, Spyria Year 4720, Spyria High Council meeting. The alien High Command took his seat. He looked at those present through his compound eyes, his mouth a thin line. “We are the guardians of the galaxies,” his voice boomed. “The Multiverse is safe because of us.” Every council member nodded in agreement. “Our artificial

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You Were Mine
You Were Mine

You’re light,           the kind that came in through a crack on the wall. You’re hope,           the kind that hung around when all was gone. I was happy,           the kind that you knew was somewhere deep within,           even though you didn’t feel it then. You’re mine,           the kind that I wasn’t

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Unbroken Happiness
Unbroken Happiness

I woke up with a start. The smell of burning flesh congested the air. I did not know it was my skin singeing until I screamed in pain. I’m dying. Oh God, please no. I can’t breathe. My body gave to unknown force, and fell into a dark abysmal hole, head first. “You left me,”

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Cracked Hearts
Cracked Hearts

The last time I saw Maimun words poured out of me like water squeezed from a sponge. She covered my mouth with hers as if to swallow a terrible curse that would come back to afflict us. “Forget us, forget me,” she said. Upon us was the moment of partying— my heart cracked. “I will

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Mama, I Can’t Take It No More
Mama, I Can’t Take It No More

I used to date a beauty Queen Now I see her in magazines. When the Army came calling           they took away my ragged, faded jeans           and gave me their Army greens,           put me in a barber’s chair           and took away my hair. They took away my school certificates           and put

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Healing
Healing

Hellen, can you hear me I was wondering if we could go out today To share a moment Just the two of us But I ain’t expecting much from you Hellen, can you hear me I’m seating here dreaming about what we used to be When we were in love, and inseparable I’ve forgotten how

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Best Friend
Best Friend

Love was a problem for me. It was a complexity I tried to convince myself that I didn’t need; a combination that had been denied to me by my vocation. In my third year of theology at the seminary I was yet to hear the voice of God calling me to serve Him. Professionally, I

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