Julius Thie is an author of fantasy, romance and thriller books, He was born in the hilly countryside of Kenya in a small town called Kangema. He spent most of his young life helping in the coffee farms of the family. He went to a nearby primary school named Karuri and that is where his passion in writing emerged. He loved creating stories and he would be the first one to help in constructing sentences right from first grade. When he joined high school, most of his classmate called him the story teller, but he wasn’t ready to start writing. He used to get high marks in creative writing and most of his friends told him to try writing a novel. He wrote one that he had named ‘Oh Not A Third Meeting?’ which he failed to publish and forgot about it completely when he graduated from high school. He decided not to rewrite it as it was touching a little about his love life. He wrote other books in 2018 that were loved and appreciated by everyone who came across them.
Julius Thie has had a complicated life, starting from his educational background up to his career. He swears not to fall in love soon, as he had been hurt so badly in the past. Most of his works have a woman falling in love with the main character, and the man falling in love secretly. It is never known whether it airs his experiences or it’s just creative works. He has written books like The Tragic Reunion, Love Realization, and The Kendrey Island and Stone under fire. He also loves acting and if he isn’t in the house writing, he is watching a movie or a video and practicing acting.
What is your writing process?
I mostly get a vague idea. I think about it for a long time and a story starts materializing. I write the first paragraph and I start having a distant image of how the end will be. The rest just sprouts out as I continue writing.
Who are your favorite authors?
I like Danielle Steel and Heather Graham, all African writers especially Ngugi Wa Thiong'o, Chinua Achebe and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Jared Lambdrey wonders how he is supposed to tell Magret the much he loves her. However, since they are already outside the seas that surround the Kendrey Island, alone, they don't stay for more than one day before a chance to declare his loves comes; unexpectedly. Then, he realizes that he must go back and fight for his people and prove to Magret that he is worth her love.
Jared Lambdrey is disturbed by the environment at the castle. He does not agree to his family's way of ruling and therefore faces hatred from his father. He feels an urge to run away from the Kendrey Island and because Magret knows a little about the life outside the Island, he feels he has to run away with her. Yet everyone in the Kendrey Island knows there isn't a way out, or is there?
A lady by the name Magret falls into a tragedy but miraculously comes out alive. She later realizes that it wasn't just a mere miracle. It was her destiny and had been decided long ago. It is so unrealistic to her but it happens that she was actually meant to be a queen of an island that was at the middle of nowhere. Magret is carried away by the waters to where her destiny wanted her to be.
Gladys remembers how the love she has for Jack all started. This comes with the shocking news that Jack might be dead after being shot by criminals. Still, something inside her tells her that her long time lover is not dead. She feels that she must look out for him and apologize for there is a big lie that she told that made them separate when they were teenagers.