Author: Aluta NiteISBN 978-1-62137-279-0 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-280-6 (eBook)
This biography is different in that the story is not about a celebrity whose issues are covered instantly by the media. It is about an ordinary man, whose sufferings though extraordinary, will not be written, unless the likes of him, boldly come out of their remote world, to expose what would otherwise not be voiced. The story is unique in that many would shy away from talking about it, due to shame, especially since it involves kinfolks, communities and a society at large and sweep it under the rug. The book is for readers to get to know, in detail, what goes on in a simple being's life. It is filling a gap, particularly in biography writing, of persons who do not live in the limelight. The protagonist's courage, drive, kindness, humility, positive attitude, hard work, saying no and meaning it plus much more are all over the book. The writing is very current and relevant in modern day literature. The story is honestly and truthfully told without any inhibitions.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Aluta Nite is an author and writer. Her extensive background allows her to write by way of collections of prose-poetry/lyrics, children's books, humor/anecdotes, collections of short stories, biographies, one-act scripts, self-help and cookery. She writes for adults, the youth and children. She gets motivated by what she experiences, sees, hears, reads and imagines. Her spare time is spent on reading, writing, observation, conversations, puzzles, scrabble, music, cooking, strolling, volunteering and more. She is a mother and a wife. After graduating from college, she worked in the private sector, became an entrepreneur and now does part-time work and running family errands.
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