Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu
Drunken Dilemma

Neema was startled by the sound of a bottle breaking, she didn’t see where it came from, she just saw it land and shatter right before her. She jumped and bolted into a sprint, she heard a deep voice chuckle. The chuckle was quickly disrupted by a violent belch. She turned to see the clown

Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu Tragedy
An Itchy End

Purity was rushing to church, she was late, she couldn’t afford a TukTuk, she had a 30-minute walk ahead of her. It was her day to ensure everything was set up for the 9 am service. She was panicking, there was no way to reach anyone either, she had forgotten her phone at home rushing

Adventure Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu
The Hunt Begins

Anyango and her cousins were exhausted. They had been digging since dawn. They had found nothing. They had blisters from all the digging for hours; they were starving. Anyango was baffled,  they had followed the path, just as they were told in the story by Mama at dinner. How could it be? Not only had

Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu Thriller
Imprisoned by Greed

Ochuodho just sat there. He hadn’t moved from that position on the couch for hours, feet outstretched on the poof. He occasionally wiggled his toes, his pink big and little toes protruded through the torn socks. His ankle-length socks revealed bare, hairy and excessively ashy dark legs. His shorts were dirty green khakis squeezing the

Adventure Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu
Nowhere to Hide

It was an awkward feeling; sadness, joy, anxiety. What the day had in store Nick had no clue, all he knew was that he was not looking forward to it. Something bad was going to come out of it. Of this he was sure. He heard the front door creak open and he began to

Flash Fiction Mkate Nusu
Gossip Queen

Felista: “Don’t –Don’t – DON’T Look! Ok! Ok! There she goes, so you remember the story I told you yesterday right? Amanda: I can’t ….Felista quickly cuts her off. Felista: YOU CAN”T REMEMBER? GOSH! Now I have to start it all over again.(Sighs) Now, where do I begin, so there we were, it was a



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