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A Painted Inspiration from the Palm-Fringed Beaches is a collection of inspiring and life-changing quotes that have been compiled in a style that is simple and compelling. The book takes you step by step to things that affect you and things that you can easily relate with from inspirational snippets and success to friendship, love, and life quotes that will leave you awestruck. The book has painted inspiration in a unique and creative way to make you realize some of the things you were not doing in a proactive approach or even the mistakes that you have done and the courage it takes to move past all that. Highlighting the essentiality of growth and paradigm shifts of the people from Mombasa, Kenya, and Africa in general, this book gives you the right quotes to boost your self-esteem and give you energy to look up to each new day with hope and faith.
by Kerich Jonah
Educational success is the harbinger of good life. From improving one’s life to weaving through the social fabric, education is the cornerstone of civilization.
In Breaking the Glass Ceiling, Kerich Jonah gives invaluable tips to students and anyone who is a student of life tips on how to succeed.
This is not your usual ‘do this and that’ book but a story of resilience, determination, motivation from a young man who defied failure to succeed in his educational journey.
Flashes of Vice: Vol III is a collection of flash fiction stories on terrorism, the distant near future, conspiracies, why aliens have beef with humans, and the scars of war.
The stories begin and end without warning: like ‘Allah’s Open Letter to Terrorists’, or the story of the virgin girl who vowed never ever to have sex with terrorists in heaven. Or the serial killer military widow who kills her dead husband’s friends for revenge. Or the untold story of Jesus’s resurrection in ‘How Did the Dead Escape?’
The stories take you into the future, a flash of alien invasion into the world, and the all-time-juicy conspiracies to make the world a better place.
It’s in the 1980s in Mbale, a small town in Western Kenya. Hillary Lisimba Ambani is growing up with a strict disciplinarian mother whom he calls Thatcher who beat the hell out of him for every infraction he did or did not commit.
In The Boy with Shoes, Hillary tells us how it was to grow up in that era, a time that set pace for the 21st Century middleclass. When his mother bought him the first ever and only pair of shoes in the whole school, it was his bane—he was an outcast in school, and a recalcitrant at home: he wants to wear the shoes yet he doesn’t; he has to, yet he doesn’t.
The book is a spellbinding narration of how life was growing up in the ‘80s, the dreams all children have of becoming anything when they grow up, and the authoritarianism that mothers had on their children.