Today is the 100th day since I began this blog and the 100th prompt as well. To celebrate, I’m having a contest! For more details, please check out the contest page. Right now, I want to tell you about one of the sponsors and the fabulous books she is offering.
Myne Whitman (a pen name) was born and raised in Enugu, Nigeria, where she spent most of her time, studying, reading and daydreaming or climbing trees and playing with the boys. Myne has a Master’s degree in Public Health Research, but chose to follow her childhood dream of spinning stories. She writes and blogs full-time, while also volunteering as an ESL tutor for a local charity. She critiques with the Seattle Eastside Writers Meet-up, and is also a member of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association. Myne is generously sponsoring two categories in the contest, Flash Fiction and Non-Fiction.
For the Flash Fiction Contest: A Love Rekindled – Efe returns to Nigeria after years in the United States, and her nights become plagued by nightmares of Kevwe Mukoro, her ex-fiancé. Sparks fly when they meet again, as Kevwe claims he’d never stopped loving her. Can the traumatic events of the past be resolved, and will she give in to rekindled love? (ebook)
For the Non-Fiction Contest: A Heart to Mend – Gladys Eborah has spent most of her life in a suburb of Enugu. but moves to Lagos to seek a job and gradually transitions into an independent young woman. Soon, she begins to fall for wealthy Edward Bestman who is haunted by the past of his illegitimate birth and other secrets he will not share. (ebook)
You can find Myne online at:
- On her blog, Myne Whitman Writes
- On Twitter @Myne_Whitman
- On Facebook Myne. Whitman
- On SheWrites Myne Whitman
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