Tag Archives: Breath of Africa

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

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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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Limited Offer … FREE!

Is it really a whole month since I blogged? Can’t think how the time has gone… Oh yes – how could I forget that we have a brand new bathroom! After three long days of dust, sweat and tears, the … Continue reading

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Three Things I’ll Give You…

Two, you’ll have to earn – I have some exciting news. My new book is coming out next year. There’s still a long way to go. Things like the allocation of an editor, agreeing the cover, and settling the launch … Continue reading

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Welcome, Jane

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 An' de walls came tumblin' down:
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…

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Bwye for Now

The title Ailsa Abraham has given for this little piece reminds me of a by-line, “Bwye the way…”  I used to have in the Karengata Chronicle in days gone by – 1984, to be exact. And a thought is forming in … Continue reading

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