A blog for Kenyan iwriters. Get first hand information, gained from experience on how to survive on this competitive writing site, and get the best out of it.

About us

This page has been created for Kenyan freelancer writers who use iWriter,com. My name is Abby Nduta. I have been working on iWriter for 6 months now, and I think I would like to share my personal experience, tips and knowledge as acquired over time. I am an English-Literature student at Kenyatta University and I am overly passionate about writing. My favorite categories are Health, Literature, Art, Education, and Online Business. I also learn Chinese and I hope to write in it one of these days.  Let’s say I am sort of a self-made online geek


6 comments on “About us

  1. David Mungai
    October 27, 2015

    Historic priceless images of Colonial Kenya and Independent Kenya, very likely never seen before by quite literally all of us, this writer included i.e. & e.g.

    (i) Images of Princess Elizabeth’s visit to Kenya of February 1952, where she came as Princess Elizabeth and left as Queen Elizabeth II, following the demise of her father King George VI on the night of 5th February 1952. Notice from the images how Princess Elizabeth’s 1952 visit quite literally brought life to a standstill throughout the entire expanse of the then Kenya Colony, including no doubt neighbouring Tanzania (then Tanganyika) and Uganda, and also including very likely British colonies then further down south of Kenya like Malawi (then Nyasaland), Zambia (then Northern Rhodesia), and Zimbabwe (then Southern Rhodesia). Also see images of the now iconic TreeTops Hotel, Nyeri, Kenya, which Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor ascended as a Princess on 5th February 1952, and which she descended as a Queen on the morning of 6th February 1952, following the demise of her father King George VI, as mentioned

    (ii) Images of the triumphant return back home of the Kenya Team to the 1968 Mexico Olympic Games, quite a number of which are colour photographs

    (iii) Images of the legendary Thomas Joseph Mboya in his days as a trade unionist, including one colour photograph

    (iv) Images of ordinary day-to-day life in Colonial Kenya

    Thirty-one (31) of the 426 priceless images courtesy of the Kenya National Archives (KNA), and 395 of 426 priceless images, courtesy of LIFE

    Check them out at

  2. Mulyale Mutisya
    February 14, 2016

    Hi Abby! Thanks for the follow. I am a freelancer as well 🙂 Looking forward to read your tips.

    • Abby Nduta
      February 20, 2016

      Hello Mulyale Mutisya…karibu…let’s keep doing our best in this digital economy…sorry for late response

    February 21, 2017

    hae abby can you connect in this digital economy plz if you can reply me in my email

    • Abby Nduta
      February 22, 2017

      Hello Ann, what would you be looking for specifically? I have just dropped you an email.

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