The books contain a message of hope to African girls and women, and, food choices of African immigrants in cities of the world

In Africa's Billionaire Series I write to give hope to girls and women in Africa. The main characters are young adults from the opposite ends of the social strata. They fall in love. BUT, they have to overcome the burdens associated with their riches or poverty to achieve the happily ever after.  

I have published six books since June 2016 in the following series: Africa's Billionaire Heirs, An Immigrant's Guide, and Grandma Stories as detailed below and sold on Amazon and Kobo. 

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Book 1

Can Richie win Sophia’s heart? 

Sophia is the daughter of a livestock trader. Richie is the son of a billionaire. 

Richie wants to marry her. All she wants is to focus on her PA duties, earn money to lift her family out of poverty. To her, romance derails women from their career goals. 

That’s not Sophia’s only challenge. Marko, her father, summons her to the village to get married to Cleophas, a local school teacher. Can she object without straining existing family relations?

What should Sophia choose when her father is this adamant? 

Marko talked, in a voice different from the last one. This time round he did not sound quarrelsome. “Have you considered the proposal from Teacher Cleophas? He is not a bad man. With a teacher, comes a lot of reassurance that your children will get an education, and some extra coaching from home.” 

He scratched the back of his neck. “But if the Teacher is no longer part of your new elevated life, I will go apologize to Peterson, then you can voluntarily join their home and business. Or, if you love the life of flying in those planes, Ndugu’s son is in town from the USA. I am told he came to look for a good girl, like you, to marry.”



Book 2

Can a professional women turn into a stay-at-home-mom if her husband is a millionaire son of a billionaire? Richie chose to answer the question for Sophia, and there are consequences. 

Sophia wants to advance her career and prefers to earn her own money. 

Sophia's struggles go beyond resigning from her job, how will she make a home when they reside with Richie's parents? 

Be among the first to know how equipped Richie is when it comes to joint decision-making. 


Reveals and informs while entertaining

Grandma again. This time with details on banana harvesting and cooking. Open more pages and learn why the grandchildren must get to Grandma's house before she arrives at theirs. Wouldn't you like to know how Grandma harvests a banana without use of a ladder?

Just like the grandchildren, you must wonder why a mother digs a hole in the kitchen and Biraantina drops in. Flip more pages for details on contents of the faint song, and why the mother of Biraantina and Maasosa does not arrive in the kitchen as fast as their father. 

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Take this! The temperature outside the airport building is +30 Degrees Celsius, so, why must our seven-year-old traveler carry a heavy-warm coat, until they arrive Overseas, wherever that is. Why did the parents spend so much time packing, just to leave precious items behind; including toys full of memories? Why all those unending queues and questions at airports, and what has a TV remote got to do with heaven above the clouds?

You are at the right place, reading a book of answers!

This book presents a fantastic opportunity to be entertained while learning on intricacies involved in migration.

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Grandma has traveled to the City to meet with a new baby, for the very first time.

Suddenly, rules of the house are put aside, mostly by Mum. Open the pages for details on what it means to be family and community. What vegetable agreement the grandchildren make with their grandmother, and gain an understanding of a people's way of life, including the reason the new baby’s head is clean-shaven, before Grandma departs for the village!

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Today, Grandma is sited on a three-legged stool. The 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.
Open more pages for details on pumpkins; from seed preparation to serving. This book presents a fantastic opportunity to join Grandma and laugh with the grandchildren while learning on inter-generational knowledge transfer; all from the comfort of your chair!

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