June: Updates on life and writing

June’s here! May has been good to me and I can say there’s more for me to learn at work and also with writing. I am looking forward to traveling a bit this month and opening up to possibilities of opportunities beyond my comfort zone.

Looking back on the books I read in May, I’d say that the most interesting one I read and loved was David Mogo, God Hunter by Suyi Davies Okungbowa and the heart wrenching one’s got to be His Widow for One Year by John Irving.

I was in Kisumu this weekend, right in time to collect my earrings purchased from Kilimall and they are oh so lovely!


I am looking forward to reading “Peace Like a River” by Leif Enger this week and I started the first chapter this morning because I was eager to get a head start before getting to work.


On writing: I have written 0 words the past two weeks and I am okay with that. I’ll have to revamp my writing schedule to make sure that I don’t lose touch of how I’ve been writing but there’s this nagging idea in my head for a romance novel and my heart’s not in it at the moment, because it’s too mushy and feels a bit all over the place.

All in all, I’m glad to have made it half way through the year and hoping to make many more memories. Have a great week!


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