A short, beautiful account of a young life gone too soon…
Bertha Mkwelele and Edward Mkwelele chronicle the short life span of their only daughter and first child Neema Mkwelele in this short biography. After graduating in BA (Hons) in broadcasting from the University of Falmouth in United Kingdom, Neema was getting ready to travel to Chile in South America when she died. She was able to travel, work, and touch many lives before the end of her short life. The Mkweleles’ portraits of Neema are vibrant and heartfelt. Writing in simple prose, the Mkweleles simply document their daughter’s life and avoid any melodrama. This moving biography reveals how much can be achieved through finding beauty in simpler things. It is also a tale of life ardently lived and how tiny things make life meaningful. A parents’ tribute to their lovely daughter!
NOTE: Review of uncorrected proof copy with visible mistakes.
Nature is Unlimited Broadcasting Station: Flowers She Wore on Her Feet
by Bertha Mkwelele, Edward Mkwelele
PUB DATE March 26, 2019
Categories: Non Fiction