A Woman: Her Struggle Continues, Her Life, My Story, by Jane Beatrice Ejim, details as woman’s perspective of life in the aftermath of the Nigerian Biafran War and then settling in Ireland.
Dublin, Ireland — Jane Beatrice Ejim’s A Woman: Her Struggle Continues, Her Life, My Story is a look at Nigerian life and culture from an Igbo woman’s perspective. It examines a country and people with strong tribal and family ties trying to find its national identity after civil war and post-colonial unrest.
This book details the challenges women face in our society, brought about by the three striking Institutions: Culture, Politics, and Religion. Jane has highlighted these challenges through her personal life story and the close observation of her family, friends and colleagues.
Jane Beatrice Ejim is an Accounting technician and member of ATI Ireland. She is from Nigeria and lives in Kerry. Jane writes poetry and short stories. Jane Beatrice published Halo life book of poetry in 2010. And, Triad of poetry and stories in 2014 (triad of poetry and stories is 1 book in 3 versions – Igbo, Irish and English); she is a member of Tralee Diverse Writers Group, Women Writers In The New Ireland, and Also Kerry Women Writers Network. She is a motivational speaker, a workshop facilitator, and community development inspirational worker.
Genre – Culture, Politics, Religion, Woman, Lagos, China, Dreams, Biafran War, African, Irish
The 130 page print book version of A Woman: Her Struggle Continues, Her Life, My Story, ISBN 9781506902142, is published by First Edition Design Publishing (http://www.firsteditiondesignpublishing.com) and distributed worldwide to online booksellers.
Jane Beatrice Ejim