I am re-posting this from Eclectic Global Nomad
I recently finished reading Gods of Noonday: A White Girl’s African Life by Elaine Neil Orr. It is a memoir of a Missionary Kid (MK) who grew up in Nigeria, West Africa. She writes it while she is waiting for a kidney transplant and possibly facing death.
I’m still not sure what I think about this book. I don’t usually identify with MK’s since they often have issues regarding their faith and feelings of abandonment I just don’t relate to. However, her description of life in Nigeria is beautifully written and brought back a flood of memories for me. The book is also interesting historically because she lived there during the Nigerian civil war. The war was all around her.
Continue reading….. Growing up in Nigeria
I normally read your blog on my iPhone meaning I don’t usually see your full site just the mobile version. Today I’m on my computer and see on your site that you wrote a book! How cool! Did it take a long time and was it hard to get published? I would love to read it and will have to put it on my list!
Yes, buy my book!! 🙂 It took a few years to write it and I self-published. I see you were in town recently. Next time you come this way, let’s have a coffee!
Ok! I would love to read your book and love to meet you too! I will put it on my list!!!! 🙂 If you are ever interested in writing a guest post on my blog about your book, I would be happy to share it with my readers! Perhaps there are some that don’t currently follow your blog and would also enjoy your book! 🙂 nicole
Awesome! I will work on it!
Great! let me know…:)