D. U. Okonkwo

D. U. Okonkwo

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Gives the original woman the confidence to embrace the most unique part of her beauty - her natural hair.  Book out now

Gives the original woman the confidence to embrace the most unique part of her beauty - her natural hair. Book out now

If you struggle to confidently display your natural woolly hair - perhaps you used to wear it but now feel the pressure to hide it - or if indeed the very idea of displaying your woolly hair makes you feel anxious and fretful, this book is for you. It encourages you to dig deep and consider for yourself the answers to many of the questions posed, and to use these answers as fuel for empowerment, to ultimately free yourself from this woolly hair issue, and more importantly…stay free.

If you struggle to confidently display your natural woolly hair - perhaps you used to wear it but now feel the pressure to hide it - or if indeed the very idea of displaying your woolly hair makes you feel anxious and fretful, this book is for you. It encourages you to dig deep and consider for yourself the answers to many of the questions posed, and to use these answers as fuel for empowerment, to ultimately free yourself from this woolly hair issue, and more importantly…stay free.

Natural Hair = The original hair

Natural Hair = The original hair

BOOK SYNOPSIS  I sling my bag over my shoulder. “I’m off now; see you later!”  She hurries towards me, eyebrows furrowing in disbelief. “You’re going out like that?” she whispers.  “Like what?” I reply, quickly giving myself a once-over in the corridor mirror.  She stills; “Aren’t you going to cover your hair? It’s not done. Let me get you a scarf.” She begins to look around frantically.

BOOK SYNOPSIS I sling my bag over my shoulder. “I’m off now; see you later!” She hurries towards me, eyebrows furrowing in disbelief. “You’re going out like that?” she whispers. “Like what?” I reply, quickly giving myself a once-over in the corridor mirror. She stills; “Aren’t you going to cover your hair? It’s not done. Let me get you a scarf.” She begins to look around frantically.

It is likely that natural hair is here to stay...'  Source: 'Black Hair care - US' -  August 2013, Tonya Roberts, Multicultural Analyst, Mintel

It is likely that natural hair is here to stay...' Source: 'Black Hair care - US' - August 2013, Tonya Roberts, Multicultural Analyst, Mintel

One plane crash. One extraordinary faith One million lies

One plane crash. One extraordinary faith One million lies

Literary novel RISE by D. U. Okonkwo.

Literary novel RISE by D. U. Okonkwo.

A sculptress Overcoming obstacles Pursuit of truth

A sculptress Overcoming obstacles Pursuit of truth

Before We Becom Extinct:  How Do I Get the Confidence to Wear My Natural Woolly Hair?   Book out now at all online retailers.  Natural Hair book out now.  Natural Hair book

Before We Becom Extinct: How Do I Get the Confidence to Wear My Natural Woolly Hair? Book out now at all online retailers. Natural Hair book out now. Natural Hair book

TORN, Book 2 of the Salzburg Saga trilogy.  One plane crash One extraordinary faith One million lies

TORN, Book 2 of the Salzburg Saga trilogy. One plane crash One extraordinary faith One million lies

TORN, Book 2 of the Salzburg Saga trilogy.  One plane crash One extraordinary faith One million lies

TORN, Book 2 of the Salzburg Saga trilogy. One plane crash One extraordinary faith One million lies

One plane crash One extraordinary faith One million lies

One plane crash One extraordinary faith One million lies

At age eleven, Ria Ofor was caught in a fire that left her face scarred. Devastated by the apparent rejection by her father, Ria, now twenty-seven, is a gifted sculptress but lives a semi reclusive life. Avoiding art galleries and their consequent publicity, she scrapes a living through online sales of her art. But when she’s hit with a repossession notice on her home, it rocks the shaky foundations she’s lived on.

At age eleven, Ria Ofor was caught in a fire that left her face scarred. Devastated by the apparent rejection by her father, Ria, now twenty-seven, is a gifted sculptress but lives a semi reclusive life. Avoiding art galleries and their consequent publicity, she scrapes a living through online sales of her art. But when she’s hit with a repossession notice on her home, it rocks the shaky foundations she’s lived on.

At age eleven, Ria Ofor was caught in a fire that left her face scarred. Devastated by the apparent rejection by her father, Ria, now twenty-seven, is a gifted sculptress but lives a semi reclusive life. Avoiding art galleries and their consequent publicity, she scrapes a living through online sales of her art. But when she’s hit with a repossession notice on her home, it rocks the shaky foundations she’s lived on.

At age eleven, Ria Ofor was caught in a fire that left her face scarred. Devastated by the apparent rejection by her father, Ria, now twenty-seven, is a gifted sculptress but lives a semi reclusive life. Avoiding art galleries and their consequent publicity, she scrapes a living through online sales of her art. But when she’s hit with a repossession notice on her home, it rocks the shaky foundations she’s lived on.

Saga, Salzburg