Seeing with my own eyes how people in Africa suffer completely changed my view on how I should lead my life, and the way that I should raise my children,” Diallo writes. “I hope that readers will be inspired to go after their dreams no matter what.
MIRAMAR, Fla. (PRWEB) January 07, 2015
As a young woman, author Carine Colas Diallo chose to relinquish herself to God. Inside, she could hear an inner voice – God’s voice – speaking to her and offering advice in times of need and trouble.
Diallo’s new memoir, “No Fear: A Personal Memoir of My Journey with God” (published by WestBow Press), recounts some of the most poignant memories of Diallo’s life as she devotes her life to serving others through the Peace Corps, International Rescue Committee and Africare.
With Diallo as their guide, readers venture all over Africa as Diallo shares her moving stories of faith and hope along with brief histories on the countries she serves in and visits. Her writings offer a rare glimpse at life in poverty-stricken areas of Guinea, Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Ivory Coast.
When faced with danger, Diallo always listened to her inner voice, which saved her from many dangerous situations. With her book, she hopes readers will be inspired to seek a closer, more personal relationship with God.
“Seeing with my own eyes how people in Africa suffer completely changed my view on how I should lead my life, and the way that I should raise my children,” Diallo writes. “I hope that readers will be inspired to go after their dreams no matter what.”
By Carine Colas Diallo
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 232 pages | ISBN 9781490861289
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 232 pages | ISBN 9781490861272
E-Book | 232 pages | ISBN 9781490861265
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About the Author
Originally from Haiti, Carine Colas Diallo immigrated with her family to the United States when she was four months old. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in international relations and diplomacy. She served with the United States Peace Corps for two years and later worked for Africare. Under her leadership, the Africare Guinea program became an official member of the agricultural committee.
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