After so Many Years of Tears:
Letters to My Distant Soul-Mate
A mesmerizing tale that chronicles one woman’s journey of love and self-discovery. Nna Beti was a sophisticated Cameroonian woman who seemingly had it all. She came from an influential background, had a doting husband and amazing children to match. However, Nna carried a secret; she was unfulfilled. After embarking on a journey she originally believed to be leading her back to her first love, Nna began unlocking not only the mysteries of what it meant to love another human being, but what it meant to love oneself. After so Many Years of exploring her restless feelings, Nna comes to an eye-opening revelation that her distant soul-mate was never far from her at all. Get ready to meet Obioma, the Nigerian Philosopher, Hatsukoi Sai, the Asian-African Navy Officer and Oddnie O'Dell, the Navajo Preacher. So buckle up for an exciting adventure as you walk into Nna’s world through every letter on the page.
Mona Minga, Mona Fam
Evindi Moto, a German-Cameroonian Programmer, has traveled a great distance in order to visit his family in the United States, but his arrival doesn’t offer the easy comfort he’d hoped it would. As he struggles to assimilate and to build long lasting memories, he finds himself moving farther and farther away from the memorable vacation he envisioned.
Lonely days traversing the unfamiliar streets of New York City lead him on an unexpected journey as he encounters strangers struggling with troubles of their own. From Akinbode, a Yoruba warrior, to a girl with luxurious hair with a heavy past, turmoil and identity crisis are a part of the rendezvous. The turbulence in their lives begins to create waves in his, and he’s compelled to aid in any way he can.
Evindi Moto’s curiosity takes him through uncharted territories that raise the stakes significantly for him and his new acquaintances. Will the unexpected twists help or hinder them as they break past the roadblocks placed in their way?
My star, my moon, my midnight dance appeared to me that night like an angel on a less traveled road. She was simple, she was caring, and she was curious. Her every words were enough to quench a suddenly appearing thirst which until then seemed non-existing and unquenchable. Her every move substituted pain with laughter in a fraction of second. A peace to appease my worries, it seemed. A piece of heaven in a dark dungeon, it appeared. A light, a gentle stare that captured my soul and in one second, a quiet voice that forever made me hers, it felt. She walked next to me. I paused and I embraced the moment; I had been visited by an angel. That night, that starry night, I can still remember it as if it were yesterday, she gave me my purpose. I live to love her. But soon in the morning, she was gone, and she never came back. I was broken. I am Sam Mawendji, and this is my broken heart story.