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BLEEDING and HURTING by Wycliffe Ooko

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Many sad stories are encountered at accident and emergency department. They are raw, very emotional, so much gritty and authentic. Tonight hour by hour and minute by minute, they will get their wish as they confront a man with a gunshot wound, the victim of a gruesome burning house, a kidnap gone away. Their adrenaline-fueled right will alter the course. All medics’ shouts you’ll be well even with lousy prognosis and devastating diseases such as wet gangrene of the testis and scrotum with profuse bleeding and foul smell. Even if you die, everyone will contemplate what the afterlife hold. Imagine how paradise is full of angels and loved ones who died before us in that city, it’s a blissful place, and the beauty of heaven is a great comfort to the grieving family. Giving relatives the last hope that life after death is not just a wish of an individual but it’s as well a promise fulfilled.

THE CLOUDS BETWEEN by Mirigo Kinyanjui

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The Cloud Between is a story based on a real life experience by Duofold whose dad planned his death after discovering he was the next keen. Duofold fights mental illness even as he lost his first wife to his brother as he struggled to have his life back.

CROSSROADS Legends by Mirigo Kinyanjui

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Crossroads Legend is based on real life experiences in a story that captures various cultures from different continents in a love story that involves an African girl with a Muslim billionaire heir.

THE ODYSSEY @ 40 Years in Journalism ...

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  1. Professional journey at Nation Media Group and African Woman and Child Feature Service (AWC), media NGO, as a journalist for past 50 years, with 8-page photo gallery spanning 98 years. It also includes local and international travel stories and voices of veteran journalists and news sources.

No Tears for the Cherished: A Memoir

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No Tears for the Cherished is the heart-wrenching story of Dr. Nyaboke Nduati’s small town childhood in Eastern Africa. Surrounded, and silenced, by devastating domestic abuse, family dysfunction and illness, witchcraft, patriarchal oppression, physical and sexual abuse, female circumcision, and the early deaths of both of her parents, she protected herself by going into survival mode; a state of numbness that was her shield against the realities of her troubled life. Through a deeply and vividly honest letter to her dead mother, Dr. Nyaboke Nduati explores the events of her life before and after becoming an AIDS orphan. Her experiences of a childhood in distress, and a teenagehood of trying to put the pieces of her life back together, are all too relatable. She writes boldly, yet delicately, about the realities of an orphaned childhood, when no one comes to the rescue.

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Fresh out of business school, Phil Knight borrowed fifty dollars from his father and launched a company with one simple mission: import high-quality, low-cost running shoes from Japan. Selling the shoes from the boot of his Plymouth Valiant,... By Phil Knight


It was one of the most searing images of the twentieth century: two young boys, two princes, walking behind their mothers coffin as the world watched in sorrow - and horror. As Diana, Princess of Wales, was laid to rest, billions wondered what the... By Prince Harry