Author's note: My characters don't follow the Covid guidelines. They can't gerrit but you can. Stay safe. Many thanks for reading my posts. I really appreciate it. Love yours, Wahi. We have fabulous July weather today. It’s miraculously sunny. Children are taking turns to toboggan down the local muddy slope before it gets the chance … Continue reading CAN I TELL YOU A SECRET?
Omondi. In my village, Covid-19 is said to be for the big guns up in the city. Because of this, most men have flocked at the local Kamnyweso pub to cheer and see whether their La Liga bets pay off. I am a football fanatic. The most expensive, and nicest, thing I own is an … Continue reading Baby Daddy
A sequel to Death is a Funny Guy. Author’s note: Hey guys. This post is tribute to those who have lost loved ones and to those whose loved ones are out of reach. In my heart, always. THE BROTHER. I awake to the sound of the old microwave struggling to heat up my father's ten … Continue reading Oh Brother.
Today must be Sunday, because the gospel songs raid the morning air immediately I step foot outside. Our neighbor Jim must have bought the new radio he’s been ranting about. I drag a plastic seat outside and listen to Jim’s melodies as I read my new novel. New in the sense that its pages are … Continue reading DEATH IS A FUNNY GUY