JOY NWOSU LO-BAMIJOKO
Joy relates in her bio that she was born in Enugu, Anambra State of south-eastern Nigeria. She is a 35-year retired music teacher and was born into a musical family. Based on her smile, I suspect she is a stirring singer. She writes and records folk songs. This white-haired intellectual lady has a Ph.D. in Music Education, has written and published extensively in national and international scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers. And now books!
Why did I choose Joy’s book to travel with me?
Congratulations to D.E. Howard (@dehauthor) for superstar status on today, Tuesday. Pick up a copy of her book today. Tip on what to expect:
“Human love can last a lifetime, the love of a Goddess is eternal.”
LIES SELL BOOKS – TRUE CONFESSIONS SELL BOOKS – ILLUSTRATIONS SELL BOOKS
Books are written to #educate, #entertain, #make money, and deliver a #powerful message. Books are written to be #read. Let’s have some midnight fun! When the morning crowd wakes up to this blog, they just might send Grandma a nastygram.
The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity by Amelia Earhart.
Grandma is sassy tonight and stepping out on tenacity.
While drinking my hot tea laced with a little something that I won’t discuss around young people, my college age grandson decided to give me a lesson in social media. The conversation went like this:
Grandson: “G-Mom, you need to set up a blog so that people get to know you as an author.”
Grandma: “That’s cool. Everybody knows me. By the way, what is a blog?”
Grandson: “You were a senior executive, and don’t know how to blog? That’s crazy… if you know how to write books, you know how to blog.”
Grandma: “Although I hired experts to take care of my media department, if you give me instructions I can do just about anything. But, since you just finished a course on Information Technology, you should set up a blog for your technology challenged grandmother.”
Grandson: “G-Mom, I would not want to deny you the privilege of learning a new skill. You taught me to dig deep and never let anything get in the way of progress. You taught me that I could do anything that anybody else can do. You taught me to explore new challenges. You taught me to (G-Mom gives him THE LOOK) shut up when I am about to put my foot in my mouth. But, I must say one last thing – I love you G-Mom!
MY BLOG PAGE IS UNDER DEVELOPMENT – NO THANKS TO MY GRANDSON. COME BACK OFTEN FOR A VISIT TO READ MY SASSY AND OUTSPOKEN BOOK REVIEWS, QUOTES, AND ARTICLES THAT NO ONE ELSE DARE TO SHARE. KIDS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE SLEEP AT MIDNIGHT.