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Triptych by Njihia Munene

Three women. Three lives. Three stories of self-discovery in a changing Kenya.

Rejected and Blessed by Anderea Morara

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Rejected & Blessed is Anderea Morara’s second novel. His first novel, The Sting, has been adopted by many secondary schools as a crucial reader. Rejected & Blessed is set in East Africa, but cast in a global context with the primary purpose of highlighting the human aspects of the continuous cultural transformation from the pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial eras as well as the global political economy. The novel tells the dramatic and traumatic love story in which the clash of cultures in the context of rapid social change, makes it awfuly difficult to determine right from wrong. This book gives a glimpse of how this transition affected and is affecting, communities in the region and the resultant coping strategies as well as the effects of the associated coping mechanisms, especially in the realm of love, marriage and child-rearing. On the global scene, the subtle dynamics of economic hegemony, foreign aid, brain drain, racism and cultural dialectics are glossed on.

Gikuyu na Magongona by Vincent Kieya

  • A reflection of the Agíkūyū rites and how they affect their community. Rites that we're conducted by the tribe using the animals.The blood,meat portions, goat droppings,Taatha,skins formed a solid component necessary to carry out mangongona.


Are you struggling to make your voice heard in a crowded marketplace? Many aspiring thought leaders find themselves overwhelmed by the sheer volume of noise and competition, unsure how to stand out and truly influence their industry. "The Thought Leader's Code: A Five-Step Blueprint" offers a clear and practical solution. This book presents a unique framework that cuts through the confusion, providing a step-by-step guide to establish yourself as a recognised authority in your field. Unlike other resources that offer vague advice, this blueprint is actionable and tailored to meet the specific needs of emerging thought leaders. Authored by an acclaimed expert with years of experience in personal branding and leadership, "The Thought Leader's Code" combines strategic insight with real-world examples. The author’s approachable style ensures that the principles are accessible to readers of all backgrounds, making complex concepts easy to understand and apply. With this guide, you will gain the tools and confidence to share your unique perspective and make a lasting impact.

The Legend of Beach House by Peter Ng...

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The Legend of Beach House revolves around the March 8 2014 mysterious disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. On a Friday in the year 2040, the ageless Angel of Dreams presents to us a pair of orphaned triplets – Francis Kaloki Otieno, Francisca Mbatha Otieno and Moses Kalewa Otieno. The Angel of Dreams narrates a mind-blowing tale of the triplets and other misfits determined to discover what really happened to Flight MH370. High on nightmares from a strange kind of fish, the misfits discover that they are destined to prove the existence of other worlds. To prove Plato’s theory that humans exist in different forms and are born on Earth without memories, and then they spend all their lives trying to discover their past lives in other worlds.

Vegetables, Fruits and Herbs that Hea...

This book has demonstrated a practical way of preventing and controlling diseases through maximising on the free natural gifts to man - plants and vegetables. The writer based her ideas from wide research on the nutritious components of various types of foods. She also uses the scriptures to show us the plan of God as far as effective feeding is concerned. By reading this book, you have discovered what you could have learned by investing in 17 years of schooling.

KISA: An Anthology of African Short S...

Presenting a diverse and dazzling collection from all over the continent—from South Africa to Nigeria, to Uganda, to Kenya, KISA is the voice of younger, new-age African writers who give a fascinating picture of a new and more liberated Africa. These writers are motivated by their engagement with the wider world and the opportunities offered by the end of apartheid, the end of civil wars and dictatorships, and the possibilities of free movement. Their work is inspired by society and the African culture. They are liberated, global, and expansive. As Aminatta Forna wrote, “If you want to know a country, read its writers." These are the stories of a new Africa: punchy, self-confident, and defiant.

Tales of Wamugumo by Peter Ngibuni Ku...

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Tales of Wamugumo by Peter Ngibuni Kuguru

Clothed – A book and guided jou...

*About the Book* Dedicated to every young girl and woman who has experienced sexual violation, abuse, or a loss of self-worth, Clothed offers 31 inspiring reflections for healing from the shame and pain of life's challenges. This collection directs readers to the Author and Finisher of our life stories—Jesus Christ. It emphasizes that our negative experiences, whether by choice or circumstance, do not define us entirely. Clothed serves as a reminder that these experiences should not dictate our identity, our present, or our future. This book is a call to embrace God’s boundless love, grace, and mercy, offering evidence that freedom from despair is attainable. Blessings await as you engage with this devotional through reading, reflection, journaling, and prayer.

The Empirical Value of a Legacy Estat...

A business Finance and Investment strategy book showcasing alternative strategy on handling bequeathed legacy estates amongst the BAME group.

Shihabuddin Chiraghdin: Life Journey ...

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Shihabuddin Chiraghdin (1934–1976) was a rare scholar whose short life was as inspirational as it was academically scintillating. He was a brilliant student and academic, but the rheumatic fever he had as a young boy left a hole in his heart which increasingly limited him physically. He had a lifelong teaching career, and was also a well-known writer and commentator. Maalim Shihab’s works, particularly his research projects on the history of the Swahili people and the Kiswahili language, have been appreciated worldwide. Latifa Chiraghdin’s intimate portrayal of her father is a depiction that teems with the love and passion Shihabuddin infused in all his endeavours.

Where Is My Salt by Wanjiru Gachau

Where is my salt. We all know, salt is a very small component. But as a friend described it, it is bold. Very bold indeed. Bold because when a very small amount of salt finds it's way into a large pot of food, it changes everything! The personality of the food changes as a result the mood, atmosphere & conversations at the table change. It is safe to say that salt brightens. This is what salt does and it does it swiftly & silently. Undebiably, salt is a game changer. Salt in life is equivalent to the uniqueness of every individual. What about the person sitting next to you makes them a game changer? The answer to that question is their salt. "Find your uniquesness" many times we've heard. But what if one wasn't brought up in a home, a system or society that enables this? What if? What we end up with are borrowed personas, a disoriented society, chaotic homes and recycled generational wounds. This is the current CRISIS my generation is living! WIMS looks at the life of a young Kenyan woman Ella, a woman from a middle class background, a woman yet to find her salt and details the chaos she is able to create and thrust herself into. The book goes further to tactfully and in detail bring Ella out of her predicament into a place of finding her salt in Christ. By guiding gently and firmly, the book Where Is My Salt seeks to heal hearts & homes . Get your copy

Pleased. by Nabangala B

Pleased (rated R) is a collection of poems & short stories celebrating sex, love & friendship. Enjoy scintillating fantasy erotica like 'Solo Day Out' and epic love tales like 'Forever Bae'. Erotic & romantic literature is taken to a new level and platonic love is celebrated and hailed and honored. Naba's writing is melodious, authoritative, entertaining and inspiring. Happy reading!

Alphabets of Kenya and Other Poems by...

The Alphabet of Kenya and Other Poems offers an eclectic mix of Lorot’s poetry on such themes as law, love, death, friendship, Kenya and music. This collection, written since 2010, consists of more than one hundred poems and is a kaleidoscope to the perceptions and contradictions of law, the beauty and ugliness of love, the joy and foolishness of friendships, the celebration and betrayal of nationhood, and the joy of life and the emptiness of death.

Commercial Mushroom Farming by Mwanch...

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Learn about cultivation of indigenous vegetables and more. Mwancha Okioma is an expert in Agricultural Research, Production and Marketing.

What They don’t Teach you befor...

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Learn about cultivation of indigenous vegetables and more. Mwancha Okioma is an expert in Agricultural Research, Production and Marketing.

Commercially improved Kienyeji Chicke...

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Learn about cultivation of indigenous vegetables and more. Mwancha Okioma is an expert in Agricultural Research, Production and Marketing.

The Doctrine of Entrepreneurship by D...

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The Doctrine of Entrepreneurship by Edward O. Odundo

The Doctrine of Strategic Planning by...

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Strategic Planning has increasingly been recognized as an important aspect of Corporate Management globally. In this book, I examine what Strategic Planning really is, the challenges its implementation faces in the public sector and why Corporate Managers have no choice but to adopt it as a key pillar of Management in State Corporations.