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Blog: The Preamble

Any Kenyan would be proud to be in the know of this preamble. I know I am. But before delving into the contents thereof, it is noteworthy to start by saying that everything is important; absolutely everything! 262 more words
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The seed of a novel

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Hello, cyberworld and human beings! It’s me, the restless ponderer himself: Jacob Letura.

Today, I want to share a bit of the novel I am planning to work on very soon. 103 more words


Excerpt from Ant-Head: A Love Story

By Budgie Bigelow



The Previously Untold Origin of Ant-Head

“Make sure you have a killer opening line to start your book.

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The Wind Sister's Son

Darkness (Prologue)

A black mist swirled around the hooded figure, as he walked toward the ominous dark cloud of shadow churning around an obsidian throne. 85 more words

Fiction Work

Blog: #ProjectReadOurConstitution254

I refuse to continue to let the knowledge and understanding of our constitution be a preserve of legal minds, some politicians and a few other individuals. 136 more words

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Where Many Paths and Errands Meet

The first breath he could remember was slow, hesitant, its sound a whisper upon still waters.  His body shifted in place, the gradual embrace of the warm bed beneath him a balm against the darkness.  1,675 more words


A Prologue

When I think about how to describe myself I think there are three levels to it. Firstly, there’s your appearance, it’s the first thing people see when they meet you. 284 more words