The Oscillations

Hello readers, “The Oscillations” is finally out…check out the link on Amazon Kindle… http://www.amazon.com/dp/B011CWG8GE&#8230;.               The announcement is already on twitter…<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” lang=”en”> And so the wait is over….Get “The Oscillations” on Amazon Kindle….http://t.co/cm0x5XKeXw&#8230; — Abby Nduta (@AbbyNduta) July 11, 2015 <script async src=”//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” charset=”utf-8″> and there are freebies….

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Bellicose

Originally posted on Renegade Press:
“It ain’t about how hard you hit; it’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. It’s about how much you can take and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done.’ -Rocky Balboa. It seems as though every single writer at some point in their life attempts to describe their process through the analogy of boxing. I’m a fighter they say. I’ve been knocked to the ground and picked myself back up again just to get where I am! Oftentimes their stories are inspiring and can in some way be loosely…

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MATATU “MEN-YES”

The other day I visited my grandma up country for a routine those youu-have-to-visit-every-now-and-then-to-show-you-are-an-awesome-grandson kind of visits, and for a moment was thrown aback, back in the day of public transport to shags as toddlers and not much has changed if any at all. The endless political dialogues of the elderly, the fits of 3yr old boys, the tantrums of 8yr old girls and the occasional scream from a mother trying to pull her toddler son from climbing out the window, the occasional nag of “simamisha gari nikojoe” or “simamisha hapo kwa mahindi”,it never gets old, does it? there something … Continue reading MATATU “MEN-YES”

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RANDOM THOUGHTS

Climbing up from down in the gutter Ray of light amidst the mad slaughter Vigil for my past endeavors Just wish i had a pen and paper I remember the flashbacks though Bits of memory lapses,cold sores Closer to the edge with every tip toe You’d think he’d learnt from rob,jack and Joe Guess its never that serious until it hits home

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