Even in my tender age, I had an instinct that often drew me to composing stories. However, it was until college at nineteen that I began exposing my works. I began by writing short humour stories; satire then I thought it would be a good idea to be published.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I was born in Kenya, a county known as Meru. It's on the cold slopes of Mt Kenya. I grew up in a rural setting born of renown professional teachers as my parents. Having been brought up in a family where both parents were teachers, I had an opportunity to learn the skill of writing and often excelled in comprehension.
What do your fans mean to you?
My fans are my everything in this industry. They are my motivation to produce more content without faltering. I love them all
What is your e-reading device of choice?
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
First, the gift of life. It's greater than anything. Secondly, the desire to achieve my dreams and thirdly to add some contribution to the greater good of the universe. A drop in the ocean but nevertheless part of the ocean
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Gratification, influencing lives and entertainment
Who are your favorite authors?
Sydney Sheldon, Margret Ogot
What is your writing process?
I always love drafting first. I will always use a pen and a piece of paper. This way I never worry about anything including spelling. I concentrate on the plot at this stage. This helps in terms of speed. After I'm done with the draft, I get to my computer, type it and worry about spelling, grammar, formatting etc. Then I get someone to go over it after I have. This exposes errors and stuff. Eventually, find a publisher
What do you read for pleasure?
Articles, Magazines and of course I Google alot
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