Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu , Suspense
Just Made It

Billy dropped his duffle bag at the foot of his bed. His body drenched in sweat from running. He pounced on his bed and closed his eyes, sighing with a deep relief. He was safe. It had been weeks of running aimlessly unsure of whether he would make it home alive. He sighed repeatedly, whispering

Fantasy , Mkate Nusu , Slice of life
To be or not to be?

Anyango woke up to the sound of a spitting small engine of a boda-boda motorcycle taxi zooming past her bedroom window. She opened her eyes and prayed. “God thank you that I can trust you, thank you that my life does matter and I have a hope and future…” she whispered desperately to believe what

Inspiration , Kenya , People , People who Inspire
People who Inspire: Emma Mogaka

EMMA MOGAKA Executive Director – Rural Women Peace Link Last July, I decided to start a series on my blog focusing on profiling people I have met who I respect and have such powerful personal stories. I started some interviews and everything went on ice. Why? To be honest, I don’t really know why, but

Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu
It was right there…ALL Along!

Mary laughed so hard, she began to cry, her tummy ached with every heave of laughter, she clasped it with both hands as tears of joy streamed down her eyes. “You are killing me, Annie, stop!” she managed to muster in between laughs and tears. Annie continued to tell the story which left the rest

Flash Fiction , Mkate Nusu
Lost

Mwanzia opened his eyes and took in his surroundings, the grey mouldy walls made his chest tighten. He could feel the particles of mould float into his nostrils he hacked and spat violently on the floor to expel them. He raised his hands to wipe his mouth, he was stuck, he raised his upper torso



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