New Xulon Title’s Profits Will Fund a Social Project to Help Africans

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McKibbin’s novel follows one poor girl as she lives the dream of becoming a singer

TiNyiko's Song

‘TiNyiko’s Song’ is a riveting book that weaves together real life events to form the fabric of the story of how a young girl has a startling spiritual encounter that gives her the power to triumph....

In Heather S. McKibbin’s new book, TiNyiko's Song ($20.99, paperback, 9781498428156; $9.99, e-book, 9781498428163), readers will meet TiNyiko, a young girl brutalized by deep personal tragedy. The character finds herself catapulted from poverty into a music competition that offers all of the trappings of wealth and fame. Exploited by a morally corrupt producer and unable to escape the demons of her past, she finds herself standing on a vortex of evil that threatens to snatch away her innocence and deny her true love. The novel explores TiNyiko’s journey as she struggles to choose to pay the price for fame or call on her inner spiritual strength, which no amount of bullying or brutality can defeat, to find triumph in love.

“Africa will come alive,” states the author. “‘TiNyiko’s Song’ is a riveting book that weaves together real life events to form the fabric of the story of how a young girl has a startling spiritual encounter that gives her the power to triumph over personal tragedy and the temptations of wealth. Sensitive subjects, such as: racism, lust, abortion, crime, the results of war and domestic violence are handled with care and pitted against love, integrity, understanding and a determination to positively engage in fighting evil.”

Heather S. McKibbin grew up on a mission station in Zambia before moving to Johannesburg, South Africa, where she worked for large international corporations. In 2000, she left a high-powered life to live in a remote rural village to help establish the charity, Thembalethu Nkomazi, which means “our hope” during the peak of the HIV pandemic. Profits from the book are reverting to “TiNyiko’s” community as a social investment project.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order TiNyiko's Song through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

Media Contact: Heather S. McKibbin
Email: mckibbin(dot)heather(at)gmail(dot)com
Website: http://www.tinyikossong.com

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