Here you'll find links to titles that have been self published by independent authors we have worked with.
LOUISE RACHAEL MWAPE MILLER
A captivating collection of poetry, telling the stories of the author's life experiences, some from a childhood eye, until her current adult years, whilst journeying through her own traumas and pain to find healing from within.
Suma & Oko and the Stupendous Pot of Okra Soup
This is a fun, rhyming story for 4-6 year olds, which will have them picking up new words and discovering a new culture. The best part is, adults can also get involved as there’s a recipe at the back of the book for the whole family to try.
DR GILLIAN LAKAREBER
A Guide to Patient Recruitment & Retention in Clinical Research
This book is for everyone interested in clinical trials or want to enhance their understanding of this topic. It is a fantastic resource for clinical researchers, scholars, and students. It offers great insight and guidance on crucial considerations within patient recruitment and retention.
LOUISE RACHAEL MWAPE MILLER
Life of A Sickle Cell Carrier: An Invisible Disability - My Story
A first-hand account of the author’s personal experiences with a so-called rare blood condition, not widely researched, yet stereotyped as benign. This book provides an intimate, never before disclosed experience with the author, who has been symptomatic all her life. Growing up in a community where the full blown disease was commonly recognized and dominant, her experiences as a carrier were never validated in early childhood, because of a gross lack of awareness in the medical world and in clinical publications and textbooks. This is her story from a faith-filled perspective! This book aims to spread awareness of the dangers and highlight the risks of such gross ignorance.
ABIGAIL OHEMAA SPEAKS
Dear Sis will empower and encourage women who have had life experiences, dealt with trauma and who are now bringing their stories to life.
This book will allow you to be a part of the journey of 10 ladies stories and may also help you to address your own experiences that you may have wanted to keep quiet but nw want to overcome.
IT'S THE 2021 FOR ME JOURNAL
Ready for 2021?
This planner will be your partner and assistant throughout the year and will help you plan and stay Focused. 160 plus pages with a week-to-week view for the whole year. Featuring Gratitude pages and exclusive tools to support you throughout the year as well as personalised pages for goal setting, reflection, habit and health tracker, planning your journey and much more.
Organise all aspects of your life and achieve things that are most important to you with this Ultimate Planner!
Available in digital and physical formats.
HYPREMESIS GRAVIDARIUM: A BAME MOTHER'S STORY
Finding out that you are pregnant brings joy all around. You begin to envisage the promised pregnancy glow and the joy of telling your family the good news. Of course, you are aware of the possibility of ‘morning sickness’ but you never imagine that this sickness could take away your ability to function and leave you hospitalised or bedridden for weeks on end. A diagnosis of Hyperemesis Gravidarum can leave you feeling scared, isolated and questioning why me? These feelings are made worse by the constant judgement from those around you due to lack of awareness. A BAME Mother's Story gives a detailed insight into the experience of a hyperemesis gravidarum survivor; it covers everything a mother needs to know, including the physical, mental and cultural challenges that it can bring. It gives a relatable insight into the true reality of the condition. It offers comfort and encouragement as it journeys through the highs and lows of the authors own hyperemesis gravidarum story as well as other survivors.
WHAT ABOUT ADJOA
Adjoa is excited about the arrival of her baby brother but she begins to notice that things have changed. At times Adjoa feels like she is being left out and asks the question 'What about me?' Throughout the story, the answers to Adjoa's questions help her to learn that despite her feelings, being a big sister isn't that bad after all.