Tag Archives: Breath of Africa
Christmas with a Difference
Like many people this year I am tired. I don’t feel like doing new things. I just want to stay quiet, take a breather and sparsely spread my activities among the days so that I have at least one thing … Continue reading
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An Erudite Man, Well spoken and Highly Intelligent
Early March, 2018 Back in Nairobi, determined not to be reliant on others any more, I persuaded my daughter to lend me her car for a debut drive in the atrocious traffic conditions of the city. A good opportunity was … Continue reading
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Tea and Cakes
And a Book-signing to be fondly remembered. It’s almost like deja vu. Only this time I was a little bit wiser, and laid on home made cup cakes, duly decorated with African animals, made by my daughter. The chocolates, too, … Continue reading
Today’s The Day!
Launch Day Is Here. Click on cover below to Buy My Book – and if you’re on Facebook, why not pop in to my party any time in the next twelve hours to partake in the festivities?
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Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I am joined by fellow Crooked Cat author Jane Bwye. Welcome back Jane! It’s been a few months since your last visit. Tell us what you have been up to since then. Dear Tim…
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Letters from Elsewhere: Charles Omari Ondiek
Originally posted on Miriam Drori, Author:
Today’s guest speaks to me from Africa and is brought by Jane Bwye. SPEAKING FOR MYSELF Thank you for having me, Miriam, and letting me come alive from the pages of Breath of Africa.…
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