Thursday, August 26, 2021

Excerpt Tour and Giveaway - Nature Is Unlimited Broadcasting Station: Flowers She Wore on Her Feet by Bertha and Edward Mkwelele

Welcome to my stop on the excerpt tour for Nature Is Unlimited Broadcasting Station: Flowers She Wore on Her Feet by Bertha and Edward Mkwelele. This tour was organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. On my stop, I have an exclusive excerpt from the book. There's also the tour wide giveaway for a chance to win a $15 Amazon or Barnes & Noble gift card. Be sure to visit the other stops on the tour for more exclusive excerpts. Enjoy!
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Title: Nature Is Unlimited Broadcasting Station: Flowers She Wore on Her Feet
Authors: Bertha and Edward Mkwelele
Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Publication Date: March 26th 2019
Print Length: 87 pages
Genre: Biography
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This is the story of an extraordinary girl and young woman with a brilliant mind, a heart of gold, and who is gone too soon. Neema was a priceless gift to us. Neema was an extraordinary young woman, with joy and wisdom, and remarkably profound and greater understanding about herself and others. She taught us everything worth knowing about life and love, everything about what it means to be a best friend. Neema, outlook for future is something about this book. Neema would have wanted the world to hear the voice of children and young people, girls and young people in particularly young women around the world, their walking sound when they walk wearing their beautiful flowers on their feet. Meaning that those girls and young women around the world have worked hard the same way Neema did, searching for their favorite flowers and they were able to see them and finally finding their ways to broadcast them, and therefore, finding their unique values. This is what Neema would have wanted the world to hear from children and young people saying that we go out and we're asking for help and support, they will wear flower on their feet because they worked hard to get see them and therefore they can now see themselves, and therefore , the walk by itself is a voice and a cry for help and they are saying help us because we would like to contribute to the world and we're read and we know what we love and what we want to do and what we're loving doing and we just want opportunities to let us equip with knowledge and skills then we will all be ready and set to contribute to the world we live in our own unique way happily.

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EXCLUSIVE EXCERPT:
Relationships were something important for Neema. We’re writing to speak on behalf of Neema and happy to share with you that we agree with our late Neema that relationships are important in our lives and something important for our happiness.

In January 2009, on her second year at the University of Falmouth, Neema was shortlisted to be one of the few students selected to travel outside England for an international exchange program. She was one of those students who would travel to Vancouver, Canada. The Emily Carr University in Vancouver accepted Neema to be one of their international exchange students. The program was planned well and prepared by the international student officer at the University of Falmouth. The international student’s officer at Falmouth University arranged and worked with Emily Carr University on behalf of Neema. Neema was so happy and excited at the same time. She came to London to tell us about her trip. She also came to London to work on getting a Canadian student visa. We worked with her and helped her to get a student visa from the Canadian High Commission in London to allow her to enter Canada as an international exchange student. When her departure date came we took Neema to the airport. Neema took British Airways from London Heathrow airport to Vancouver airport. We still remember until today how excited she was when we took her to the airport. She went to check in at London Heathrow terminal five and enjoyed excellent light. At that particular time, terminal five was designated as the terminal for British Airways only, both inbound and outbound, that alone meant a lot to Neema. We still remember her saying, “What a wonderful experience, and I am enjoying every moment.”

Neema was one of the passengers travelling with British Airways from London to Vancouver. As one of the outbound passengers she was excited because it was exciting to all passengers, and Neema found herself being one of them. On arrival at Vancouver Airport, Neema sent us an email and told us that she arrived safely in Vancouver. She also promised to write later on and that she would write more. We can still hear the tone of her excitement, even from her writing. We couldn’t wait for her to get access to a telephone so we could hear her excited voice. It was really a big thing to her and more importantly to us—it was a big thing to us as a family. Neema was the first person from our entire family to put her feet on Canadian soil as well as the first family member to go to North America. We would come to learn that Neema made a big accomplishment in terms of travelling, and she made her own history and left that history behind. We were proud of her and we continue to be proud of her and we are happy to share with the world those happy moments Neema had enjoyed and all beautiful memories she left behind.
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Bertha Mkwelele and Edward Mkwelele are co-founders of the Neema Edward Mkwelele Wellness Foundation, where they empower young girls in Tanzania through education. Click here to learn more.

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GIVEAWAY:
Bertha and Edward Mkwelele will be awarding a $15 Amazon or Barnes & Noble gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter. Good luck!

(All the Ups and Downs is not responsible for the giveaway, its entries, or the prize. Goddess Fish Promotions assumes all responsibility for this giveaway.)
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37 comments:

  1. Sounds like an interesting book.I like the cover.

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  2. Looks like an interesting book.
    Thanks for the contest. 

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  3. Sounds like an interesting book.

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  4. Sounds like a good book. I like the cover.

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  5. This sounds like an interesting book and I also like the cover.

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  6. looks like a fun one

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  7. Love to read this book sounds like one i would enjoy reading.

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  8. I love everything about this book - title genre & cover!
    Thank you for sharing it with us.

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  9. What author do you most admire?

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  10. I enjoy reading biographies. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Looks interesting, thanks for sharing.

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  12. I love the interesting cover of this book. It is one of a kind.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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