Let me tell you a bit about my journey leading to the book launch. On the 3rd of March, I woke up with serious pimples on my face. Being someone that suffers from severe allergies every now and then, I assumed it was just one of those allergy moments. A week later, they were not going away despite taking meds, including antibiotics. They were becoming worse. I had never ever had an acne problem in my life so I wasn’t quite sure how to deal with it at age 31. Continue reading →
You can finally purchase my book in both ebook (Kindle) and Paperback (hardcopy/Print) versions on Amazon HERE.
Read more about the book below.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
of betrayal is a work of fiction in the drama
genre. With an African setting, the novel tackles themes of betrayal, divorce, family,
love, nature vs nurture, gender inequality, fertility, parenting, culture, religion,
and many other issues faced by couples whose relationships have been plagued by
is both an entertainment and inspirational novel. Despite being fictional, the
exposition of the novel is neither driven by a complex plot with numerous twists
and turns, nor does it promise a fantastical ending or experience. The book is
written in a true-to-life form, with characters telling their stories from
their points of view; what they saw, what their thoughts were in those moments,
why they reacted the way they did, and why they made the decisions they made.
the book endeavours to delve into the hearts and minds of people that have been
betrayed or have betrayed their loved ones. It captures both visible and
invisible side effects of betrayal on families. It puts to paper the most
intimate of thoughts, feelings, doubts, as well as hope for such couples whilst
detailing their journey to restoration and recovery. It is my hope that people
can relate to the book at a very personal and intimate level.
dramatization of true-to-life events, Echoes of Betrayal will address
questions such as; Why do I do the things
I do? Why did this happen to me? What do I need to do to earn his/her
forgiveness? Did I do something to deserve this? Should I stay, or should I go?
Is my relationship worth another chance? How long will I be punished for this
mistake? What is the right thing to do? And what about my children?
of Betrayal introduces us to three main
characters/couples; Melvin and Susan, Isaac and Hilary, and Hilda and Bernard.
It is a collection of six stories that are entwined and told from the first
person narrative. Every detail in the narration, action, reaction, and dialogue
is as seen and experienced from the points of view of our protagonists.
Sometimes what we do for a living or the hobbies we indulge in frequently have a way of defining the way we look at things in life. Sometimes we are aware of this and sometimes we aren’t. Sometimes it’s a good thing and sometimes it isn’t. I had both the fortune and misfortune of meeting someone a couple of days ago that taught me something about myself I wasn’t even aware of.
“You look lonely, like you would rather be anywhere else but,” he said. Continue reading →