The “Not Another Book Podcast” announced the end of their run as a podcast on August 13, 2019. Fortunately, we have the “Books & Rhymes”…View More Exit “Not Another Book Podcast.” Enter the “Books & Rhymes” Podcast.
In recent times Kenyan media has come to the plate where literature and its reporting are concerned. The biggest selling publication on Saturday the Saturday…View More A visit to KBC’s Books Café with Khainga O’Okwemba
South African author Zukiswa Wanner continued selling her latest Kwela published book London Cape Town Joburg. The author has been doing a series of events…View More Zukiswa Wanner begins Kenyan tour for London Cape Town Joburg
We here at JamesMurua.com would like to introduce a new thing in the African literature scene: The African Author Google Hangout. This is a hangout…View More Introducing the African Author Google Hangout
Kenyan writer Eva Kasaya came to the notice of many literature commentators when she debuted with her book Tales of Kasaya. The book published by…View More Eva Kasaya in Western Kenya book tour
So you want to be a successful writer making tons of dosh? Usually the process in Kenya for many a writer is to write a…View More Tips for Writers, By Writers at the Daystar Creatives academy
A website for a writer is a very important tool as it is the one stop shop for the people who want to engage with…View More Check Angela Makholwa’s new website
We are all looking to market out books and one of the best ways to do this is using exerpts is the Alexander Nderitu. Here…View More Excerpt from Alexander Nderitu’s book Kiss, Commander, Promise
Last year, I visited one of the most beautiful wildlife destinations on the planet; The Maasai Mara. At that place, I was a guest at…View More The Olare Mara Kempinski library; opportunities abound.
If you are following the literature space from out of Nairobi you would probably believe that the only people who have written books in Kenya…View More A buffet of Kenyan authors at the Junction Mall
A look at “Changing Kenya’s Literary Landscape” a paper by Alexander Nderitu who I met when I went to visit ailing author Marjorie Oludhe-Macgoye. When…View More Alexander Nderitu’s guide for Kenyan writers.