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Rise From The Ashes: Navigating the s...

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Rise from the ashes: Navigating the spiritual wilderness Your suffering is a precursor of the greatness and abundance about to be manifested in your life. When the darkness ends, the wilderness ends, and the veil is flipped you will be blinded by the glory about to be revealed. In this book you will learn: How adversity plays an important role in your spiritual growth and maturity. How to navigate through the wilderness experience. Understanding that spiritual wilderness is a phase you will have to go through regardless of who you are. Understand the butterfly system; how it forms and its colour symbolism in your life. Understand the butterfly effect and your importance in shaping destinies. Understand how spiritual abortion occurs. Access devotional content to help you through adversity.

Riwaya: Hatima Yangu Kwake by Rodgers...

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Hii ni riwaya katika lugha ya Kiswahili ambayo inagusia maswala mbalimbali katika maisha ya binadamu. Soma uweze kuburudika, kujifahamisha na kujielimisha. ASANTE!

There is No Useless Experience by Lev...

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Levi Kones tells a real and raw story of how he messed up his 20’s, went to America and was deported, battled alcoholism, fought a mental disorder and later cancer and learnt the hard lessons on the value of people and use of money. A brutally honest book that will send you on a roller coaster of emotions and give you lessons at the same time.

Introductory Lessons in Maa by David ...

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Welcome to the immersive world of the Maa language, spoken by the proud Maasai people of Kenya. In this audio book, we embark on a journey through the rich tapestry of Maa, a language deeply rooted in the traditions, culture, and daily life of the Maasai community. Whether you're a language enthusiast, a traveler eager to communicate with locals, or simply someone intrigued by the beauty of African languages, join us as we delve into the nuances and intricacies of Maa. Through carefully crafted lessons, authentic dialogues, and cultural insights, you'll not only learn the fundamentals of Maa but also gain a deeper understanding of the vibrant Maasai heritage. So, let's begin our exploration of Maa, a language as captivating and vibrant as the land from which it springs.

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!

THUS I LAY NAKED by Mercy Juma

follow the crowd, and thus get engulfed in a world not meant for you. Your feet will find it foreign, your palate will find it repugnant at first. Your soul will cringe and gnaw at you as it sends whispers in your dreams, and churns your gut to lean in, and remember who you are and then gift the world with your unique essence. Your soul will try to guide you, and if you listen, with delight it will bestow wisdom and inner glee within you. There will be a bounce to your step, a joy that glows you up and a peace that radiates you within, with an aura that draws people to you. I write this for my mom Arosy, for my uncle Bob, for my brother Jicha, for my sister Nyathure the showstopper, my cousins Job and Fortune, together with Kevin, Nandwa, Christabel, and Alfred. You are the closest people I have. I write this for my husband, as a map into my inner intricacies because I am that complicated. Or maybe not. I write from my soul. There is much to unpack. So please join me on this journey.

SUICIDE, The Flipside Of Hope by Doug...

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"Within the pages of SUICIDE, THE FLIPSIDE OF HOPE, explore the multifaceted landscape of the human experience. From the suffocating grip of depression to the haunting specter of rejection, from the relentless pressures of stress to the gaping wounds of fatherlessness, and from the insidious allure of addiction to the pervasive influence of social media, delve into the depths of the human psyche. Amidst the darkness, discover the transformative power of self-development, offering a roadmap to resilience and a beacon of hope for those navigating life's turbulent waters."

Creative Thinking : A Journey through...

Creativity can be defined as the use of imagination or intelligence to create something distinct or inventive. Considering that creativity is based on intelligence, let us look at the definition of intelligence. Intelligence: The ability to acquire, retain and apply knowledge or skill. Therefore based on the two above definitions, the genesis of our journey towards creative thinking begins first of all by understanding the components that constitute intelligence and then adding an additional layer of fun to enable us to come up with new/alternative/novel ways of producing inventive, distinct ideas and products. The 8 facets of intelligence covered in this book are : 1. Emotional Intelligence 2. Visual Intelligence 3. Logical Intelligence 4. Auditory Intelligence 5. Financial Intelligence 6. Linguistical Intelligence 7. Physical Intelligence 8. Spatial Intelligence

As Good as Dead: The Finale to A Good...

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Pip is about to head to college, but she is still haunted by the way her last investigation ended. She’s used to online death threats in the wake of her viral true-crime podcast, but she can’t help noticing an anonymous person who keeps asking her: Who will look for you when you’re the one who disappears? Soon the threats escalate and Pip realizes that someone is following her in real life. When she starts to find connections between her stalker and a local serial killer caught six years ago, she wonders if maybe the wrong man is behind bars. Police refuse to act, so Pip has only one choice: find the suspect herself—or be the next victim. As the deadly game plays out, Pip discovers that everything in her small town is coming full circle . . .and if she doesn’t find the answers, this time she will be the one who disappears. . . And don't miss Holly Jackson's next thriller, Five Surive!

The Ghost of Sani Abacha by Chuma Nwo...

A collection of 26 Short Stories set in Sani Abacha's Nigeria.

Diaries of a Dead African by Chuma Nw...

Diaries of a Dead African is a merciless comedy that explores the life-threatening situations of three protagonists, the farmer Meme Jumai and his two sons - Abel (failed writer) and Calamatus (aspiring conman). Meme's wife has left him with the bulk of his barn. He has a few tubers to last until harvest. Can he stretch it? Will his friends and relatives help out? Calamatus' break has finally come after an apprenticeship to a con-artist. Can he survive wealth as readily as he did, poverty? Finally Abel's manuscripts are attracting attention, but not, as he discovers, for their literary value... his fondest dreams were on the verge of realisation, yet his father had died at 50 and his brother at 25. How to outlive them both, without fleeing the very opportunities he had craved all his life.

How to Spell Naija in 100 Short Stori...

A midnight call by an assassin to his prospective victim quickly becomes a game of wits in a telephone thriller impossible to second-guess [We Have Been Paid to Kill You]. On his deathbed, the Founding Overseer confesses to his wife that his visions were false and their ministry a 30-year hoax. She’s devastated – but fate isn’t halfway through with her [Re:Vision] This second volume of How to Spell Naija in 100 Short Stories contains the final 50 stories and raises the high bar set by the first. These tales boldly range over Nigeriana, with kidnappers, houseboys, bishops and suicide bombers wreaking domestic and hilarious havoc in the lush terrain of Nwokolo’s imagination. The tales are set in the future and in the present, in the Diaspora, in urban and small-town Nigeria, and in the author’s fictional Waterside. Once again, Nwokolo’s sure-handed humour and earthy style brings an amazing and unforgettable cast of characters to life. “To say that Chuma Nwokolo is a great writer is an understatement. He is an author whose works have souls. They speak to the reader. They are both ‘novel’ and familiar. In a sense, he presents everyday issues with a different insight; one that illuminates the reader’s mind and brings to him that wonderful epiphanic aha! moment. He is able to turn everyday events into stories worth the read.” Fredua Agyeman, reviewing Vol.1

How to Spell Naija in 100 Short Stori...

These short stories are set in the future and the present, in the Diaspora, and in urban and small-town Nigeria, especially in Waterside, the author's much-visited fictional community. Once again, the author's sure-handed humour and earthy style brings a cast of characters to unforgettable life. The first of two commemorative volumes of 100 Short Stories by Chuma Nwokolo: a buffet of Nigeriana served with wit and understanding, on the occasion of the centenary of Nigeria's amalgamation.

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.

The Maasai Pioneers

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This is a book about the Maasai pioneers, the men and women who used their talents, resources, knowledge, skills, charisma and character to serve the community, or a section of it, between the mid-1700’s and early 21st Century. Sironka has ably examined the traditional and modern pioneers, from Olarinkoi in the Endikir e Kerio (the Kerio Valley), to Stanley Oloitipitip from Loitokitok. He has brilliantly weaved Maasai history, culture, leadership, politics, land and other pertinent issues throughout the book, making it informative and very interesting to read. This powerful book reads like the book of Numbers in the Bible when 12 Jewish spies were sent to spy the land of Canaan, which the Israelites wanted to conquer and occupy. Ten came back and reported that the land was full of giants and dangerous people. They discouraged the Jews from pursuing their vision of capturing Canaan. They were psychologically and mentally defeated by the sight and the physique of the people they saw in Canaan. When the people heard the report, they rebelled. Their fear outweighed their faith in God and vision. Out of the 12 men who spied on Canaan, two (Caleb and Joshua) gave a positive report that the land was theirs already by God’s will, full of milk and honey waiting for them to take possession of. They tried to instill hope and confidence in the community by telling them that nothing and nobody would stop the Israelites from taking the envisioned land of Canaan. However, the actions and attitudes of the 10 spies caused the Jews to wonder in the wilderness for 40 years. After that, in spite of the deaths and the many challenges faced by the Jews, Caleb, Joshua and their generation did not let the dream die. They led the people to Canaan, leaving behind graves of their pioneers in the desert. Sironka has written an honest book that depicts that very few Maasai pioneers – ancient and recent – fought hard enough, ignited suffcient passion and vision, sacrificed adequately or inspired hope and sustainable development among Maa-speaking people. His thesis is that, like the Jews in Numbers 13 and 14, there have been less Joshuas and Calebs among the Maasai, traditional and modern, to lead the people into sustainable prosperity and progress in the last 300 years.

The Moscow Rules: The Secret CIA Tact...

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Antonio Mendez and his future wife Jonna were CIA operatives working to spy on Moscow in the late 1970s, at one of the most dangerous moments in the Cold War. Soviets kept files on all foreigners, studied their patterns, and tapped their phones. Intelligence work was effectively impossible. The Soviet threat loomed larger than ever. The Moscow Rules tells the story of the intelligence breakthroughs that turned the odds in America's favor. As experts in disguise, Antonio and Jonna were instrumental in developing a series of tactics -- Hollywood-inspired identity swaps, ingenious evasion techniques, and an armory of James Bond-style gadgets -- that allowed CIA officers to outmaneuver the KGB. As Russia again rises in opposition to America, this remarkable story is a tribute to those who risked everything for their country, and to the ingenuity that allowed them to succeed.

Happiness by Design: Finding Pleasure...

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How can we make it easier to be happy? Using the latest cutting-edge research, Professor Paul Dolan reveals that wellbeing

Cues: Master the Secret Language of C...

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What makes someone charismatic? Why do some captivate a room, while others have trouble managing a small meeting? What makes some ideas spread, while other good ones fall by the wayside? If you have ever been interrupted in meetings, overlooked for career opportunities or had your ideas ignored, your cues may be the problem - and the solution. Cues - the tiny signals we send to others 24/7 through our body language, facial expressions, word choice, and vocal inflection - have a massive impact on how we, and our ideas, come across. Our cues can either enhance our message or undermine it. In this entertaining and accessible guide to the hidden language of cues, Vanessa Van Edwards teaches you how to convey power, trust, leadership, likeability, and charisma in every interaction. You'll learn: - Which body language cues assert, "I'm a leader, and here's why you should join me." - Which vocal cues make you sound more confident - Which verbal cues to use in your résumé, branding, and emails to increase trust (and generate excitement about interacting with you.) - Which visual cues you are sending in your profile pictures, clothing, and professional brand. Whether you're pitching an investment, negotiating a job offer, or having a tough conversation with a colleague, cues can help you improve your relationships, express empathy, and create meaningful connections with lasting impact. This is an indispensable guide for entrepreneurs, team leaders, young professionals, and anyone who wants to be more influential.  

How to Be the Love You Seek: Break Cy...

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Relationships have always been essential to human survival. Our bodies and brains are programmed to seek out connection, whether familial,