“If time is a constant, then the reality of its existence can’t be passed or reversed… right? But what if I told you that time is a dependent mechanism that can be reversed by a simple trick?” … [6mins]
Colourful, bland, distressed, pristine walls. Each with their own unique story. We pass them daily, probably without noticing.
It is an especially humid day. The air is stifling and rivulets of sweat run down my back and stain my white shirt. “Ma,” I say. “Why don’t we open a window? This heat is killing me.” My mother is lying very still on the floor, lethargic. She is sweating but she does not answer me… [4mins]
In collaboration with Bahati Books.
How long have you been here?” His colleague asks, fleetingly. “One year three months.” He responds with a despondent icy tone. He tries to force a grin and paint a perfect picture but all that comes out is a broken smile. [1min]
Harmattan Rain follows three generations of women as they cope with family, love and life.
A review by Darkowaa of AfricanBookAddict.com
Do you like playing games? You would if you grew up immersed in poverty and squalor. Too poor to have toys and books, too squalid to be daunted by the danger, dirt and odour of the dank streets I wandered as a child… [10mins]