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Those Danjumas…Kammy is Bae

The response to Mended With Love has been nothing short of amazing. I had so much fun penning the novel that I’m glad the readers loved it.

If you haven’t met the Danjumas what are you waiting on. Check through this blog and meet the brothers, Meanwhile let me share a partial review of the final book in the series by Romance in Color

You taught me that a life without love isn_t one worth living. You mended my damaged heart with your love, showing me how not only to receive love but give it. With your help, my life

“I like how Unoma weaves spirituality into her stories without coming off too “preachy.” I understand that Christian Fiction may not be everyone’s preference, but Unoma Nwankwor is such a gifted writer that you will find yourself completely engaged in the story. MENDED WITH LOVE is bound together with romance, love, forgiveness, redemption, Biblical truths, great music and food. I highly recommend this novel. While you are at it, I recommend that you also read the books about the other Danjuma brothers: Rasheed, A SCOOP OF LOVE, and Jabir, ANCHORED BY LOVE. You can thank me later.”~ Romance In Color Review

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The Danjumas Are Back!!

Happy Pub Day to me!

After two years the Danjumas are back with the release of the final book: Mended With Love

Je's a soccer star bad boy who always got

“He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” Psalm‬ ‭147:3‬
Bad boy and celebrated soccer star, Kamal Danjuma is the youngest of the Danjuma brothers. Unlike his brothers, he handled his abandonment issues quite differently. His whole career was driven by the need to prove his absent father wrong. Recently however, his career has been plagued with erratic decisions and health issues. A return to the United Kingdom to play in the Premiere League, where it all started for him, was just what would erase the disaster of his last season in America. He had one goal in mind; remind the fans and team management why they loved Kammy Danjuma.

Ebele Ashiedu is months away from earning her Bachelor’s degree. Growing up without her father, left her insecure and unable to decipher how a man should treat her. The result? A seven year detour that has made her media leery. Through the grace of God, she’s back on track. Now all that mattered was finishing school, establishing herself and helping her mother out. She has no room for distractions.

A mix up in seating arrangements, bring these two together. An injury and a father’s rejection force them to deal with their pain and insecurities their complicated pasts have created. Will they make it past the unmasking to get to their happily ever?

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10 Anchor Tips from the Olympics

So every four years rolls around and we get to witness the best from the best, new comers and those trying to maintain come and compete in the Olympic games. Each competition have a lost of valuable lessons I always learn from. Things that I can look back on and say “Well if they could do it, then I know I should keep the faith in my own area of expertise.

There have been some real inspiring moments and let’s discuss 10 things that we can glean from to keep us inspired.

3 consecutive 100M Olympic medals for Usain Bolt. Now if he does this for the 200M and 4by100M…a hattrick in back to back games.
No man ever! When he started, he couldn’t even afford shoes…he ran bare foot.

1. Don’t tarry in due season it will surely come to pass.

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Wayde Van Niekerk( newcomer from SA) won the 400 M tonight.
His win tonight was so amazing for me and here’s why…
He ran for so many who had the ability and excellence back in the day but because of Apartheid, only whites were allowed to represent the country internationally. His mother was one of those people.
Also, I sat in my living room listening to the commentators “decide” his destiny. One said “although he is good history is not in his favor cos he is in lane 8” (position).
Another said, “it’s not looking good because two others that are better than him are in the race”
He not only WON, he BROKE the WORLD RECORD that has been in place for 17 years.

2.God always has the final say.
3.Delayed is not denial.
4.Stay focused on YOU and YOUR process.
5.Do not let your fellow man/woman speak over what they think you can or cannot do.
6.Prove them wrong.


See them? They are brothers that made Irish history by winning a medal..not gold but a medal for the country. It was the country’s first medal EVER in rowing and it was Bronze.
The thing about them is they celebrated like it was a Gold medal… One of the brothers said “They are happy they got to wear their podium pants”
They prepared when everything looked bleak.Celebrated like they had won GOLD.They believed they would win, I mean they made podium pants!!

7.Be Faithful in little.
8.Be thankful for everything.
9.Believe in your come up.

All in all.

10. Never Give up no matter what.Keep yourself Anchored in Jesus. With that you can do anything

What were some of your favorite moments?



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