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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.
by Jerusha Kananu Marete
Echoes of Military Souls is a power-packed package of art that promises to keep you on the edge of your seat. It is a roller coaster stream of emotion.The poems forcefully remind us that soldiers lay down their lives for fellow humans. But do we really value this singular sacrifice?The theatrical ambiance of the poems imprint indelible vistas of hope for the indefatigable
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.
When her boyfriend goes missing without a trace, Hedwig Sanzi Joe is not prepared to face the reality. As she tries to understand what really happened, she is drawn into a vortex of a dark past, secrets, and betrayal.
Every step she makes, everything she does, is a terrible mistake with catastrophic outcomes in her life.
As she navigates through the murky waters of her new life, her dead boyfriend comes back to life at a time her marriage has hit the rocks. Hedwig has a fierce battle to fight—desires of her heart and the ticking bomb that’s her marriage.
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.
Choose Now …
In The Power of Choice, author John Abdub Wako presents a ten-point holistic, principle-centered approach for individual success. He points out that we make the CHOICE to succeed or fail, and this he reveals through insights drawn from his experiences and pointed anecdotes.
John states that the power of positive thinking, determination, and desire, combined with the power of NOW, when focused well, enhances confidence in what we are doing and aiming to achieve. However, we need to have patience and consistency in networking with other people who play a key role in our journey to success, but we should have the courage to say no to what won’t contribute to our success and be steadfast in the YES of what we undertake.