Ignited by Education

Sophia, daughter of an indebted livestock trader has by sheer luck completed her university education. She now has a detailed life plan, build her career and uplift her family out of poverty. That plan excludes romance and marriage, which she believes distract women from their goals.

Richie crosses Sophia’s path…

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Slowed by a Baby

Slowed by a Baby is a compelling story of change and adaptation by women in parts of Africa. You will love to read this contemporary women’s fiction with a wholesome romantic twist. A chance to learn what it means to be an educated girl-child or woman, expectations from family and society, and struggles to adapt.

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Propelled by a Job

While Ronny fumbles through work and grief, Angela, his twenty-three-year-old nanny mothers his children. Angela is determined to keep her job, she has a son to provide for and university fees to save for. Her competence as a nanny frees Ronny to focus on his CEO tasks, until society tells him he needs to marry, again.

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Grandma Arrives in the City

What does it mean to be a part of a family and community? Find out what social relations have to do with food in the city,gender and age-related cultural practices and heritage. Want to know why the new baby's head is clean-shaven?

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Cooked Pumpkins for a Village

Today, Grandma is sited on a three-legged stool while her grandchildren are all ears from their position on a dry cow-skin. The children do not look happy, because a goat and her two kids interrupted Grandma's narration. 

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