Guest Blogger for mid Feb:Kaanayo Nwachukwu

I’m excited to have Kaanayo Nwachukwu blog here at Discuss Me Some, and at the Discussions tab on Thea’s Writing Page on FB. Kaanayo is a sought after Speaker, AIDS Activist, and the author of the highly acclaimed, Canadian best selling memoir, “A Dream of Canada: An Incredible Story.
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Thea Atkinson is a writer of character driven fiction.

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8 comments on “Guest Blogger for mid Feb:Kaanayo Nwachukwu
  1. B says:

    The book is amazing, did you know that it was first sent out to be published by publish america with the title “One African Life” and under the name Anayo Wachuku. Only a couple of copies were made and I am the lucky one to have one of these first original copies of his memoir. I have to say I do prefer the booked under this title rather than “A Dream of Canada.” Not as catchy.

  2. Hernandez Diaz Rodriguez says:

    Simply an amazing book however it is looked at. Really, nothing compares the experiences shared in this book.

  3. Chiedu says:

    A Dream of Canada interestingly epitomize the life of most Eastern Nigerian middle/lower class families growing up after a devastated civil war. The hard realities of life and success of their quest for a better change. It’s a message of reality. A must read.

  4. Ronald Aquino says:

    Simply a great work of art, merits the good reviews.

  5. Kelechi Ugoeze says:

    Wonderful book. Don’t know how Winfrey missed this one!

  6. David Schroder says:

    A friend of mine heard Kaanayo Nwachukwu speak in Switzerland not quite long ago and ordered his book. After reading it, he recommended it to me. I was hesitant but reluctantly borrowed it from him. After reading it, I ordered a copy from Amazon. His tribe and country should be very proud of him. It is a very wonderful, life-changing book, nothing like everything else I have read.

  7. Ever Donald says:

    Wonderful book. Easy to understand. Funny. Sad, sometimes. Blunt. It opened my eyes. Nwachukwu is not a writer. He is a storyteller.

  8. Shat Perez says:

    I have read this book; it is a great read. I think everyone should read it!

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