Wow

~ “Elfu” is the Swahili word for “thousand”. ~

There are three stages of Twitter use.

First you have no idea what you’re doing. Unless you’re well-known and someone else on the platform declares it, you probably have an abysmal follower count and are acutely aware of how insignificant that makes you feel.

The second stage is the simplest to explain: you leave it the hell alone. Perhaps, like me, you abandon it for 3 ½ years and start to take it seriously when you need to sell thi- ahem: when you need to join a community of like-minded individuals in the same industry...and stuff.

The third is when you’re back with a vengeance. You tweet like the app is installed in your larynx. A celebrity or favourite internet personality follows you back. Your quips begin to draw attention and then, suddenly...you officially have 1000 followers. Which is wild, to say the least.

And you somehow feel the need to celebrate it. Hence this compilation.


Copyright

Copyright © 2018 by Kiko Enjani

All rights reserved. This publication or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of the publisher except for the use of brief quotations in a review.

The situations, characters and names depicted in this work are fictional. Any resemblance to persons, living or dead, is coincidental.

Published in/distributed from the Republic of Kenya.

First Publication, 2018

Kiko Enjani

Kilimani

Nairobi, Kenya.

https://kikoenjani.website/


Contents

Click on a link below to read.


- ABOUT THE AUTHOR -

BOOKS


Biography

Kiko Enjani once made a drum out of a mangled plastic bucket. There followed a series of events, ending with the 9-year-old percussionist's exile to the local library.

After reading everything in the science fiction and fantasy section, Kiko moved to different countries with their parents before settling in Nairobi, Kenya.

They have tried their hand at game development, data entry and music production while pursuing several courses in design.


A Coder Who Writes

Kiko makes themselves useful to other peoples' enterprises when not writing.


  • View their portfolio •  


Books

Click on a cover to read more about each project.



Wow

~ “Elfu” is the Swahili word for “thousand”. ~

There are three stages of Twitter use.

First you have no idea what you’re doing. Unless you’re well-known and someone else on the platform declares it, you probably have an abysmal follower count and are acutely aware of how insignificant that makes you feel.

The second stage is the simplest to explain: you leave it the hell alone. Perhaps, like me, you abandon it for 3 ½ years and start to take it seriously when you need to sell thi- ahem: when you need to join a community of like-minded individuals in the same industry...and stuff.

The third is when you’re back with a vengeance. You tweet like the app is installed in your larynx. A celebrity or favourite internet personality follows you back. Your quips begin to draw attention and then, suddenly...you officially have 1000 followers. Which is wild, to say the least.

And you somehow feel the need to celebrate it. Hence this compilation.


Copyright

Copyright © 2018 by Kiko Enjani

All rights reserved. This publication or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of the publisher except for the use of brief quotations in a review.

The situations, characters and names depicted in this work are fictional. Any resemblance to persons, living or dead, is coincidental.

Published in/distributed from the Republic of Kenya.

First Publication, 2018

Kiko Enjani

Kilimani

Nairobi, Kenya.

https://kikoenjani.website/


Contents

Click on a link below to read.


- ABOUT THE AUTHOR -

BOOKS


Biography

Kiko Enjani once made a drum out of a mangled plastic bucket. There followed a series of events, ending with the 9-year-old percussionist's exile to the local library.

After reading everything in the science fiction and fantasy section, Kiko moved to different countries with their parents before settling in Nairobi, Kenya.

They have tried their hand at game development, data entry and music production while pursuing several courses in design.


A Coder Who Writes

Kiko makes themselves useful to other peoples' enterprises when not writing.


  • View their portfolio •  


Books

Click on a cover to read more about each project.