Author Iyke Odiche Ozoma shares a story of determination despite of an unfortunate circumstance

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‘My Luck in the Blind Girl’ also features a love story of two people living in poverty

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Determined to share the message of respect and endurance amid trials, Iyke Odiche Ozoma narrates the story of a girl who does not let blindness hinder her in reaching her dreams in his book titled “My Luck in the Blind Girl” (published by AuthorHouse UK). To learn more about the book, visit

This story focuses on a girl who hails from a remote village, keen to obtain a proper education. She has both mental and physical gifts that make her popular in her village along with her respectable attitude and strong Christian faith. However, everything changed when an accident left her blind. Yet, blindness did not hinder her to do well as she finds ways to study without the use of her sight. Though she came from a wretched home, she was determined to be educated.

The story then moves forward when she met a boy with a similar financial circumstance who lived in another town. From the moment they met, their luck intertwined through the blessings of God and the worldly travails that threaten to come between them.

“It talks of determination to succeed despite challenges and the need to be generous to whoever one sees on the way as some are angels with which to test him to usher the blessings of God in wait for him. Because of the great instructional message it carries that would make one change his view of the world,” Ozoma says.

My Luck in the Blind Girl
By Iyke Odiche Ozoma
Softcover | 5x8 in | 192 pages | ISBN 9781546291886
E-Book | 192 pages | ISBN 9781546291879
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Iyke Odiche Ozoma is a gifted and prolific writer. At the time of writing “My Luck in the Blind Girl,” he had been writing for over 20 years in the fields of fiction, Christian religion, and social arts. He trained at Federal Polytechnic Oko Anambra, Nigeria, and hails from Amiyi Umuaka Imo State in Nigeria. He is married with children and currently on staff at Nestle Nigeria PLC in Agbara, via Lagos, Nigeria. He finds his topics drawing on inspirations and circumstances around him. Fondly called Odenkpisi by his admirers, his business is writing.

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