My name is Mumbua Nzula Nzyoka but everyone calls me Nzula. I am, in short, a writer with a side of (Public Relations) PR. After graduating from Daystar University with a degree in Communications, I landed my first job as a Communications Officer at a well-known company.
Having given my time to Public Relations, I decided to try my hand at writing. It was eye opening once I discovered that I loved writing even more than I did PR, so I set sail in search of an occupation that would allow me to write to my heart’s content . Needless to say, I found that in Freelance Writing.
When I am not writing for other publications, I help develop content for companies such as Karay Murage (www.karaymurage.com)
By Mumbua Nzula Nzyoka. Spoiler Alert! This article contains spoilers from the Batman vs. Superman movie. In case you haven't watched it, I suggest you do. Spoilers begin from this point. Here's a tidbit we should get out of the way before we get any further. Batman vs.
Published in Couture Africa Magazine in 2015 for their Mothers Issue
Outcast offers up the kind of scares that Damien should have had. Eye covering, goosebump-inducing scenes that are just shy of causing terror. It's not "The Exorcist" but it comes close. The show is set in a small town, just like Cinemax likes it, where a young boy has been possessed.
'Love' is a broad term and explaining it can be complicated especially if you are trying to teach your kids about love. However, a few authors have untangled the complicated web that is love and made the process easier. Here are five books to help teach your child about love.
It is the month of love and a great time to teach your child all about love. As Bob Talbert once said, "Teaching your kid to count is fine but teaching them what counts is best." Love is a necessary emotion, and the Bible agrees.
Review by Mumbua Nzula Quintessentially Tarantino: Hateful Eight is a swaggering, racist, unapologetic, vulgar Western painted in the broad bloody strokes of Quentin Tarantino. You can always trust Tarantino to deliver on three things, great dialogue interwoven with a lot of swear words, sequences of bloody violence and plenty of moments that leave you enlightened or with a bad taste in your mouth.
Written for Couture Africa Magazine for the Beauty issue
It is commonly agreed by scholars of Victorian fashion that that period was the golden age of fashion. Not only were the clothes elegant and modest but when worn, the dresses helped the wearer exude class.