Family , Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu
Colourful Aunt Becka

Bella reached out her little fist to knock on the door. Just as she was about to knock she heard a thud, which was rapidly followed by the sound of a clap. She paused for a minute and listened in. She heard the thud followed by a clap again, after a minute or two she

Drama , Family , Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu
Like Father, Like Son

Andy burst out laughing hysterically, the rest of the class raised their heads from their reading and assignments glanced in his direction and returned to their work. Andy was always known for attention seeking randomness. He laughed for about two minutes and was abruptly silenced by the sneer from their class teacher who burst into

Drama , Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu
A Little Help Goes a Long Way

Mary alighted at the bus stop and stood for a few seconds. She wasn’t sure which route to take, whether to take the long walk past the petrol station to the house or the longer route through the mall and grab some groceries. She decided to go to the mall. She crossed the road from

Opinion
For How Long will Kenyan Standards be SHITE?

I had planned to kick off my day with a flash fiction piece to keep up with my #30Day FlashFictionchallenge but alas! I am too angry to think creatively. So, let me vent. Like most of this country, despite the floods washing away homes, drowning cattle and washing away crops, cities don’t have water. My

Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu , paranormal
Revived

Apondi felt light-headed, she tried to lie down but she couldn’t there was something pulling her body off her bed and drawing her into an unusual light. She was confused and curious not afraid. She seemed drawn to the light, as she floated closer and closer to it, she could hear some distance hustle and

Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu , Tragedy
Amy’s Dual Tragedy

Amy pulled up in front of the house and pulled out the groceries from the pickup truck. As she inched in through the door she heard a huge blast which shook the house, she froze for a second and called out, “Mama! Papa! Anyone home?” As she picked up the groceries from the table, she



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