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The First Love By Beverly Lewis

Kerry's Blog - 20/Sep/2018

Title: The First Love Author: Beverly Lewis Publisher: Bethany House Publication Date: 04 September 2018 Genre: Amish Fiction, Christian Fiction Maggie Esh is a young Amish woman who hopes to find the love of her life and settle down once she is bapt… read

The last wilderness

Travel by Ray - 20/Sep/2018

My my my! Isn’t this post long over due! I do not even know where to start, how about the …Continue reading →… read

The Hidden Truth About the Power of Your Mind

The Mieles - 19/Sep/2018

Have you ever done something that, for the longest time, you thought you couldn’t do? What happened? I am the one person who truly believes in the power of the mind. I have experienced it and also witnessed others change because they started believ… read


Breakthrough Counselling Centre - 19/Sep/2018

Once in a while, it is normal to feel depressed, lonely and discouraged. However, do not get too comfortable with these feelings when you experience… read

Wedding Shenanigans

AfroMapenzi - 19/Sep/2018

Yesterday as I was running some errands I realized something… Ever since I was a child I was always a flower girl. My mother unfortunately didn’t pass that opportunity to dress me up in colourful dresses, hats and lacy socks. I remember carrying… read

The Predicament, Death of 12 New born infants

Mtoto News - 19/Sep/2018

Constance Ndeleko Human Life must be Protected! Says the Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi ‘Sonko’ after an impromptu visit at the Pumwani hospital on Monday and brought into lime lite the discovery of 12 corps of infants stashed in boxes wrapped toget… read

Will I Never Just be Enough

Hadithi Hadithi - 18/Sep/2018

  He leaned in to kiss her gently and said, “Darling you’re so beautiful. You’re so special. If only we weren’t so different.” He gripped her in his fierce embrace and emerged from his delirious pleasure whispering, “You’re too good fo… read

Road to Mombasa

Empirical Kosholo - 18/Sep/2018

If you have a chin full of beard. You are favored by God. If your friends are not in Snapchat. You are somehow favored. The true indication that your are mostly favored is by getting a bus seat next to someone pleasant. When I count my blessings I co… read

In Food Crisis of Own Making

The Bahatian - 17/Sep/2018

Mr Mkulima is a farmer of renown this part of our village. He is a noted hardworking man no wonder praiseworthy names have been ascribed to him as titular honours. The one we've come to associate him with is that of Farmer Number One.   Before each… read


andrewismme - 17/Sep/2018

3…2…1 mic on, go…on air! Ladies and gentlemen, this is your main girl Sly Wangari and you’re tuned in to the dopest of contemporary radio stations – Syokimau FM where breathtaking music plays round the clock. I will be your host for a coupl… read

Surge of the Digital Travel Consumer

ADVENTURE 254 - 14/Sep/2018

The rise of the digital era has become fundamental in the travel and tourism industry. Digitalization is increasingly seen to empower travel consumers especially those seeking diversification and personalization for a remarkable experience. From the… read


akenyannomad - 14/Sep/2018

NYEGE NYEGE. An enormous festival. Tonnes of music from different genres. Revelers from all over the globe. Set by River Nile. Think Tomorrowland, only now, right in the heart of Africa. This was my experience last weekend when I boarded an overland… read

The Money That Made Him Poor | Giveaway

Nimu's Lifestyle - 14/Sep/2018

It is best for us to tell our stories to the world. Hey! Hey! Hey! Let’s talk films, to be precise, Kenyan films. There is something interesting about telling our  stories from our own point of view. Now comes in Tony Tini Tone Productions, a Keny… read

Sex Conversation All Parents Should Be Ready For.

Decent Conversations - 13/Sep/2018 Parenting comes with tasks and responsibilities. Parents telling each other anecdotes and seeking advice on the different stages and experiences they have had while their kids were teething, crawling, learning to wa… read

Kadogo Economy, What You Did Not Know

Mtaani Kibera - 13/Sep/2018

Kadogo economy was coined from the Kiswahili word kadogo which means small, directly translating to small economy... read

To You, The One I Never Saw Coming.

HumanityInMe - 13/Sep/2018

Dear You, Yes, You! It is always interesting to hear the stories of how people met. I personally love telling ours because the funny thing is I wasn’t looking for you, I just found you. It’s just like people always say, “just when you stop look… read

The Wait

Mama Cekes speaks - 11/Sep/2018

Do I really need to wait? Recently I was in a situation that needed me to wait for a report for a task I had done. This meant that no matter what I was going to do, think, feel, go or even try to do… NOTHING was going to change my situation but I n… read


Clarie's Ramblings - 11/Sep/2018

There is a tiny little matter called bodily autonomy: the idea that your body belongs to you and you can do with it whatever you want. It also means that you get to decide what is done and isn't done to your body. It's why you can't be forced to dona… read


Poetic Justness... Love & Life - 08/Sep/2018

Hellen, can you hear meI was wondering if we could go out todayTo share a momentJust the two of usBut I ain't expecting much from you Hellen, can you hear meI'm seating here dreaming about what we used to beWhen we were in love, and inseparableI've… read

Taking Stock Cinq (5)

Tharisit - 07/Sep/2018

DIARRHOEA!!! Now that I have your attention. As per the title, you already know what time iris.(I’m sure some of you read that as, ‘eye-ris’ hahaha I was trying to weng, ‘it is’ but issswharevs.) Anyways, here goes… read