The Village Well and other stories
An Anthology of short stories creating awareness of domestic and gender based violence, drugs trafficking, teenage pregnancy, patriarchy among other social conflicts.
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Managing stress for teens;DR Mirriam KinaiKShs690.00Rated 3.00 out of 5Add to cart
Addiction;resisting alcohol, drugs.
feelings; low self confidence shyness
friends; peer pressure relationships
life and death; abortion, suicide
money;being broke lack of school fees
parents; pressure from parents
religion; jesus christ, living right
schol; bullying teachers studying
sex;fighting temptation homosexuality
society;fashion crime, corruption
you;puberty,physical appearance, who am i?
leaning the biblical principles to manage the stressors youll meet as you journey into adulthood.
The Crown of beauty for Ashes;Thitu KaribaKShs795.00Rated 3.50 out of 5Add to cart
My Crown of Beauty for Ashes is a personal account of the author’s tribulations following early childhood sexual abuse. The abuse first occurs through a twisted and friendly gardener, and later escalates to other men, who molests and rapes her.
The abuse is so bad it sends the author to a streak of self-destructive tendencies and behaviour through alcoholism, indiscriminate sexual encounters – including same-sex liaison. A period of renewed rape in Tanzania results in a pregnancy by a side boyfriend from which a child is finally born. Despite a new sense to life, a return to the risky life by the narrator leads to depression and institutionalization.
However, through strong and loving friends, the narrator is able to overcome challenges, embracing a religion and personal acceptance.
The central theme is abuse. The book explores how this happens, the consequences, what may be done to avoid its recurrence and how to find healing from trauma and other negative consequences.
The author also expresses some liberal views on matters of education – an indictment of the Kenyan system – mainly from the author’s personal experience. The author extends this liberal viewpoint to matters relating to childhood care, religion and self-awareness.
The book is written from a first person point of view. All that is stated is true about real-life situations that happened to the narrator.
The 7 pillars of wisdom;Elizabeth KiatheKShs800.00Rated 3.33 out of 5Add to cart
Why is it some men succeed and some do not? How does one reach their fullest potential? It is possible to achieve not just success but extraordinary success? This book reveals through a simple childhood Sunday School story:
How you identify your individual potential
How you set yourself on the path to success
Moving from the ordinary to the extraordinary
How to establish a dominant lasting legacy
It all starts with what you see. This book shows you that when you change what you see, the pillars will guide any man to the greatness that has always been available to them. Success has never been a preserve of a few. It is for any man who wills.
When a stranger called & other storiesKShs990.00Add to cart
An anthology of short stories by 13 Kenyan writers. The book covers different themes – murder, revenge, sex, marriage, workplace relationships, romantic relationships, drugs, etc – all summarised into one: HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS.
Thursdays book By Jackson Biko – ZuluKShs1,200.00Rated 2.59 out of 5Add to cart
The band is struggling. Every Thursday they play in the streets of Nairobi, outside a building that houses a recording label they will sign them, give them their big break. At night, they play in a shady bar overlooking a junkyard with dismembered vehicles.
They are hungry to make it.
But does the universe share their hunger?
Bereavement and grief counseling;Dr Theresia K. KinaiKShs950.00Rated 4.00 out of 5Add to cart
Bereavement is an irreversible devastating loss caused by the death of a loved one.It is traumatizing separation which has a great impact on the physical emotional and cognitive behavior of the survivors. They experience grief whose intensity is influenced by their relationship with the deceased, the survivor’s age emotional status and social support provided.
This book will assist and show how the affected persons can survive on their way to recovery.
The bribery Syndrome;Joe KhamisiKShs2,990.00Rated 3.50 out of 5Add to cart
The Bribery Syndrome: How Multinational Corporations Collude with Dictators to Raid Africa’s Natural Resources.
A shocking narration of how global multinationals make billions of dollars in profits by bribing corrupt African dictators and public officials to secure lucrative contracts in some of the most critical economic sectors in Africa. Dozens of foreign company executives have been jailed and/or fined heavily for violating the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act.
The book focuses on 28 corrupt leaders in sub-Saharan Africa who cozy up with company executives of some of the largest corporations in the world. Both the officials and the global conglomerates make huge amounts of money using kickbacks, bribery, and corruption while millions of Africans languish in poverty. The Bribery Syndrome is a compelling read.
Musings of a bachelorette;Elove PoetryKShs650.00Add to cart
Shiri Golan is smart, intelligent, and successful—top media girl, and owner of Golan Technologies that’s hired to develop stealth software for the Kenya Defence Forces fighter jets—but she isn’t as smart when she falls in love with a Catholic priest and skeletons crawl out of her perfect man’s closet hauling with them betrayal, a dark past, and deadly secrets.Hurt, betrayed, and vengeful, Shiri finds herself caught between forgiveness and justice and fighting her father’s secret Jewish movement that aims to establish a New World Order and control the whole world.
Guilty book by Joan ThatiahKShs1,595.00Rated 2.00 out of 5Add to cart
Raised in a small village in Eastern Kenya, Judith is determined to escape her tumultuous childhood. At 29, the firstborn daughter of a retired cotton refinery worker in Mbeere joins the ranks of the Nairobi City office executives and imagines she has succeeded in her mission.
Drunk book by Jackson Biko – ZuluKShs1,100.00Rated 2.88 out of 5Add to cart
This story is about Larry.Mad Larry.He drinks.He shags girls.He hates his father.And he looks nothing like his step brother, who stays by his side throughout his madness. When Larry does something terrible, it looms over him, shaping his future, transforming all the relationships around him and hurtling him into a rabbit hole.
Sword words;DR Mirriam KinaiKShs690.00Rated 2.29 out of 5Add to cart
Sword words are power filled words from the bible that you can use to fight your battles.
wield your sword words with the armor of God. It explains the battle plan and strategies of the enemy.It tells you how to position yourself strategically and communicate effectively with your backup.
Damn girl stop that book by Joan ThatiahKShs850.00Rated 2.00 out of 5Add to cart
Damn, girl stop that: how women shoot themselves in the foot. Sometimes the world is conspiring against the woman. Sometimes though, even though she should know better, the woman gets in her own way. This book is about these times.
Rise and shine it’s time;Florence WanyonyiKShs1,249.00Rated 1.67 out of 5Add to cart
This is an inspirational/motivational book. It takes you through my journey of overcoming odds of poverty and rising to educate myself in the United states Of America; it shares my story of early marriage, death of parents and spouse and victory in finding healing through a relationship with God.
Dash before dusk;Joe KhamisiKShs1,890.00Rated 4.00 out of 5Add to cart
Dash before Dusk: A slave descendant’s journey in freedom is an account of the life and times of Joe Khamisi, a Kenyan slave descendant whose ancestors were taken captive by Arab traders from Nyasaland and Tanganyika, rescued at sea by the British, and settled at Rabai, a slave encampment along the East African coast.
Khamisi, a former journalist, diplomat and politician, narrates the significant contributions former slaves and their descendants made in the transformation of Kenya into an independent state and their continuing struggle for recognition.
Yes! I am my father’s Daughter;Elizabeth MokambaKShs1,050.00Rated 3.00 out of 5Add to cart
This is a memoir documenting the author’s personal journey through emotional pain, detachment, loss and grief. It covers topics such as the importance of communication, conversation, emotional attachment and a real experience of grief and healing. It gives an honest experience of modern life in a society that is not be ready for change as seen from a millenial’s perspective.
The whorehouse;Njoki KamandeKShs1,595.00Rated 2.00 out of 5Add to cart
Set in present-day Africa (Kenya?), this book is about your average whorehouse, though the name over the door says “Bar and Grill.”
The first ten “employees” who show up to the whorehouse for work each afternoon (it’s open all night) get the opportunity to pole dance to make some extra money. The rest have to hustle whatever they can from whatever customers come that night.
In this book, there is a suicide (or is it?), there is a murder (plus burying the body), and there is a catfight, with blood, between two of the women over the attention of Ngazi, the owner (a very unpleasant person). Ngazi attempts to rekindle his relationship with Teresa, his estranged wife. Ultimately, things do not end well.
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