#RRBC 2018 WC&BE SPONSORS BLOG HOP: PREGNANT FUTURE by Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko @Jinlobify

I’m very excited to welcome fellow #RRBC & #RWISA author, Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko here for the #RRBC 2018 WC&BE SPONSORS BLOG HOP!
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If people know what the future holds in store for them, they will chose from one of two options: To go headlong in pursuit of their future, or to end it before it starts. That is where life stunts us. Because of this hidden future, we spend our lives as if we are swimming in troubled waters, not knowing which way to go, and choosing our directions by chance.

Karen Ingalls

March 15, 2017

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Author Bio:

Joy Nwosu was born in Enugu, Anambra State of south-eastern Nigeria. Her parents were Charles Belonwu and Deborah Nwosu. She is the fifth in rank of the seven children of her parents. Joy was born into a music family.
Joy, now retired, was a music teacher, trained in Santa Cecilia, Rome, and obtained her Ph.D. in Music Education from the University of Michigan, USA.
She has written and published extensively on national and international scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers.
Her short story I Come from Utopia was published in African Voices, Spring/Summer, 2007, pg. 18, and her first English novel; Mirror of Our Lives: Voices of Four Igbo Women was published in 2011, and was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Book Contest in 2012. She has also two books published in the Italian language.
Joy is a trained musician, and taught music for 35 years.  She writes, performs, and record folk songs.

I invite you to follow the tour here: #RRBC 2018 WRITERS’ CONFERENCE & BOOK EXPO SPONSOR BLOG HOP

39 thoughts on “#RRBC 2018 WC&BE SPONSORS BLOG HOP: PREGNANT FUTURE by Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko @Jinlobify”

  1. Joy, good to see you here and learned more about you. I love to hear your recording of the folk songs.

    Thank you, Denise for hosting the blog hop. 🙂

    1. Thank you, Miriam for stopping by. Yes, I am first and formost a musician. I studied it, taught it, and practised it. Some of my songs can be found on uTube. 😀

    1. I was excited to host you Joy. You are always so supportive of everyone. I hadn’t checked the other stops today, that is a wow that we are hosting each other! Yes very good company, I agree;)

    2. I just woke up Joy. I thought you meant today…lol. Yes you hosted me the first day. Thanks again:)

  2. Nice to meet Joy on your blog, Denise. Her book sounds interesting- not sure if I’d want to know what the future holds for me (though there are times when it would be handy!)

    1. Knowing would certainly come in handy at times, Jacquie:) Like you though I’d rather not know. Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Hi Joy and Congratulations. I have all your books and loved them. They present a different perspective on an age old problem.

    Thank you D.L for hosting Joy’s book “Pregnant Future.”

  4. I love your storytelling, Joy. I haven’t read Pregnant Future yet, but will add it to my Kindle library. Thanks for hosting, Denise. You always do such a lovely job!

  5. This is one of those books that’s been sitting on my Kindle way too long. I need to move it up my TBR list! Thanks for hosting, Denise!

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