In “Glowing Embers!: A Tale of Two Worlds”, the new book by Louise P.N. Kibuuka, a woman makes a treacherous journey to save her village from the ravages of war.
London (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
A war torn country is in jeopardy, with its shredded infrastructure, eroded moral values and loss of hope. The only chance this country has lies in the hands of Nakayima, a young woman who must go abroad and fight for the family and village she left behind. Nakayima vows to carry the burden and heal the scars of war.
Nakayima has no idea what lies ahead of her and what stands in her way on her mission to save her family and village. It is a treacherous adventure only kept afloat by a tale of traditional proverbs that not only change the lives of the community left behind but also the attitudes of those she meets abroad.
An excerpt from “Glowing Embers!”:
“That night, Nakayima had a sleepless night. She had strange dreams about immigration officers pounding their house, searching for illegal immigrants. She dreamt swimming in a muddy river and drowning. During the dream she cried to her friend to rescue her but she seemed to be ignoring her as if she had never seen her before. She woke up with a sad, when Namuli knocked at her door.”
About the Author
Louise P.N. Kibuuka was born in Uganda and lives in the United Kingdom. She is the winner of the 2006 prize for the best contributor to Spore Magazine (CTL – Netherlands), and was a writer for African Farming (UK) magazine. Kibuuka ran the Mama-Shamba farming column in the Uganda Daily–Newvision from 2000-2004. She was awarded a prestigious long service award for her 10 years service as a committee member of Kenya Agricultural Society of Kenya in Nairobi. In addition to “Glowing Embers!,” she is also the author of 'Unfolding Beauty of the Odds in the Garden.”
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