Over the years he wrote freelance for Kenyan newspapers including Daily Nation, Sunday Nation, People Daily, Baby Times and others. Some of his poems were published by Kenya Times and in Echoes Across the Valley a Kenyan collection of contemporary poems.
The author undertook his his studies in Kenyatta, Laikipia and Egerton Universities.
When did you first start writing?
Though my writing started to be well known in Kenya during my high school days, I had actually started earlier in primary school through writing great compositions that teachers read in class then writing for Magazines like Rainbow. I had also won numerous prizes. When I joined Kenyatta university in Nairobi, I immediately contacted the Sunday Nation editors who engaged me to write about publishing and children's fiction...I actually had a very comfortable live in K.U...with checks every month. Writing for the Sunday Nation opened new doors. I was soon writing several Kenya newspapers including the People Daily, and B Times published by Kemtrust these publications helped to polish my writing and improve my editing skills.
Now lets talk about the money. How much have you made?
That is rather personal...but now that we are talking... err...let me start by saying that I m not a millionaire yet at least not from this book. I wanted to write a great book and finance my M.A, which I did and I have actually joined the next level...without going to the specifics, my expectations have been met particularly here at Smashwords where I uploaded the novel first. Its unfortunate that my PhD is making me to go slow on the sequel but eventually I will get there.
KCSE exams are a torment to most of those who sit them but this need not be the case. This books assists in preparation for this important Kenyan Exam which guarantees a place in the national universities. It can also be used by any student sitting for high school examinations. The first chapters outline the problems behind exam failure then in the others remedies are put forth.
Since the days of the Pharaohs, no man of African descent has risen in the world political stage than US president Mr Barack Obama.'A Weed in Paradise' is a narrative of slavery era prophecies in a thrilling a novel form. From Washington DC to Denver, Cairo, South Africa and finally Kenya, its race against time as these unique prophecies foretold long long time ago unfolds.