Troubador Waves Aligning

Released: 29/06/2019

ISBN: 9781789018776

Format: Hardback

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Waves Aligning


Chinny learned at an early age that with her background and heritage, life does not simply hand you opportunities – especially not when you’re a girl child living in Eastern Nigeria. With only the meagre resources hewed out of her parents’ low-income jobs, the decision to send either Chinny or her male, unenthusiastic sibling to school is inevitable... and defeating. The only bright spot in the tempest of her life is her best friend, Ejiofor.

With every scrap of courage and conviction, Chinny faces her life’s storms as she encounters disillusionment and tragic losses, ill health and betrayal, and worse still a foreboding unwanted marriage, with each wave crashing her dreams down. Will she drown in life’s disappointments or can she rise above them to destinations only yet defined in dreams?

April, 2, 2019

Waves Aligning has now been listed on Foyles, Tondeur Diffusion ,Google books, Waterstones ,Booktopia, and Standaard Boekhandel ..... I am super excited!

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Adaora O

The first in a family of three daughters and a son, Adaora Chinwe I. Ogunniyi was born in Kaduna, Northern Nigeria. With a family heritage in Anambra state, Eastern Nigeria, her childhood experienced extensive travels across the country and she attended schools in Kaduna, Benin and Enugu in the North, South and East respectively.

As a trained Biochemist with other Post-Graduate business certifications, Adaora has over the last fifteen years, held corporate career roles in Human Capital Development and Customer Relationship Management. Her unconventional disposition and proximity to people of diverse backgrounds and cultures, enriches her love for fiction writing. She writes scripts for informal drama presentations in addition to owning a plethora of unpublished articles and short stories. Many travels within Africa and outside the continent has afforded her a happy, eventful and exciting life.

A loving wife, a mother of two adorable children, besides volunteering for writing assignments in her local church, Adaora enjoys swimming, singing and trying out new food recipes.

Often thankful, hopeful.... Sometimes frenetic

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