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Cry of the Widow: In Verse Buy on Amazon
Marie Pinto Nakato
Devastated by the sudden death of her husband, Ugandan-born poet and author Marie Pinto Nakato has found the courage, resolve and inspiration to share her loss through this collection of 49 poems written in memory of her spouse. Cry of the Widow is the first book in the Songs and Thorns Poem Collection series.
“The real and enduring love between this couple in Cry of the Widow is obvious and beautiful. Few people experience such depth of feeling. The undying bond and loyalty must have helped them achieve greater heights in life. The structure is among the very best l have ever read, and this includes the classics, as well as, modern verse. Hers is an amazing talent and it must be shared with the world”- Avril Porter, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Garden Weights: An Original Stage Play Buy on Amazon
A postmortem report on a Farmers’ Union body reveals a deadly and cancerous mutation via political veins and media nostrils. The medical research teams seem compromised and handicapped and what looked like an economic welfare struggle is now at the mercy of spiritual intervention.
It will take strong will, integrity and focus to cure the cancer at the heart of Munga Farmers Union, in restoration of livelihoods and moral sanity.
African Son Buy on Amazon
When his father dies unexpectedly back in Uganda, a popular foreign student’s plans to prove his own independence and brilliance are completely shattered. Being an only son, Simon ‘Sim’ must now take the mantle atop a family haunted by a decades old secret and a legacy tainted by his father’s decisions.
Sim’s course of action will leave devastating consequences for his friends and loved ones, including an older woman he has fallen madly in love with, as he stops at nothing to prove to his unsympathetic ancestors that he is a far better man than his father ever was.
In his debut novel, Wambalye Weikama draws from his own experience to bring to life a sensational story of obsessive ambition matched against unyielding cultural expectations.
Faith That Conquers: The Key to Kingdom Blessings
Nicholas Kisakye Buy on Amazon
FAITH THAT CONQUERS is the kind of faith that endures till it gets what God promised. The principles shared in this book have the potential to help the reader know how to build that kind of faith and sustain it to the end. This book is about believers physically taking possession of their inheritance that is already provided for in the heavenly realm.
The message is authoritative, coming from a man who has done ministry for nearly 3 decades. NICHOLAS KISAKYE is an Evangelist in the Church of Uganda who has travelled far and wide, teaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and ministering healing and deliverance. He is a trained agriculturalist who worked with government and did business before being called into founding ‘Return to Zion Ministries’.
In this book, Nicholas has a way of helping the reader interact with the scriptures thereby helping the reader utilise God’s Word in his/her daily life and activities. He gives the reader guidance on how to chew and meditate on the Word of God until it is absorbed into what’s useful to our lives. His content and style make the book not only relevant in the reader’s spiritual life but also in one’s career, business, relationships and other aspects of life.
Covenant Power Today: The Divine Connection
Nicholas Kisakye Buy on Amazon
Marie Pinto Nakato (Currently limited to book festivals in Uganda)
In this second collection of poems in her series ‘Songs and Thorns’, Marie Pinto Nakato takes to task the native plunderers of her home continent Africa, the fighters of endless wars that leave mostly the defenseless wounded and scarred. She sheds light on the victims of egocentric leaders and poverty-stricken young men seeking ‘manhood’.
Marie manages all this while evoking the beautiful landscape of Africa, her words dancing around each other like the shadows of an out of control bush fire. As in her previous book ‘Cry of the Widow’, Marie ends on an optimistic note, that not all is lost, but if we are not careful, hope may soon be the only thing we have.
“Reminds me of Shakespeare’s brilliance.” ~ Avril V. Porter, Uganda Co-ordinator, The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
“A good way to clasp onto the memories of those who have lost their lives.” ~ Laura Byaruhanga Businge, Poet and Producer, Open Mic Uganda
Your Future In Today
Brian Biryomumaisho Buy on Amazon
In this unique self-help book, author Brian Biryomumaisho wants the reader to focus on today to prepare for tomorrow, in order to enrich themselves and their community financially, socially, spiritually and physically.
Using diverse examples from world-renowned entrepreneurs, the Bible, the Animal and Plant Kingdoms, Biryomumaisho reminds the reader that, “Fear of the unknown is usually instilled by our environment, but we are all born heroes. The giant within us can conquer the world if we are nurtured for the best.”