Friday, 18 April 2014

P is for Prah #atozchallenge

Yes that’s me. Other than being the best last name in all of Ghana, there is a river here called Pra (unlike my name there is no h) and pra also means to sweep (which I hate to do) in the Akan language  which is the most widely spoken language in Ghana.

Not much to tell you about me, except that I am fabulous and have written two books, Love Through Time and Midwife To Destiny (on sale for $0.99 at Amazon) which I would super duper highly recommend that you buy, read and review.

In the meantime here are a few of my favorite pictures of me in Ghana (don’t look at my size, sometimes I’m up and other times I upper).


Smiling twins are the best. 
My niece and I like to model. I got her addicted to the camera.


Wheeeeee.

The side of my Aunt's house. Isn't it beautiful?




Visit to Nzelezu in the Western Region. The village is built on water.
My favorite spot at my old job. Peaceful rock garden.

Reveal. My adorable cousins.
Kakum National Park. Walking the canopy.

My climb up Mt.Afadjatu, the highest mountain in Ghana.
I almost died going up.
Showing off my latest release, Midwife to Destiny set in Ghana and South Africa.


Blurb

Ghanaian nurse Aurora ‘Ora’ Aikins never expected to find the love of her life while on vacation in South Africa. Engaged to another and believing that love has no place in her life, she returns to Ghana, and puts duty and honor first.

Three years later, Dr. Jason Lartey still can’t get Ora out of his mind or his heart. After learning she never married, he takes a risk and moves to Ghana hoping to rekindle what they started. His sudden appearance in Ora’s Emergency Department sends sparks flying all over again.

They’re in the same country, working in the same hospital, and together but distance creeps between them. Can they make their destined love one for the ages? 
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31 comments:

  1. Great Pictures Nana!! I'd like to see a village built on water. Your Aunts house is beautiful, and so are you and your family!!

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    1. Thanks, Cathy. The village built on water was an interesting experience.

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  2. Wow, that walking the canopy looks high and the swing looks fun. Good luck with the books.
    Tasha
    Tasha's Thinkings - AtoZ (Vampires)
    FB3X - AtoZ (Erotic Drabbles)

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    1. The canopy is high, but I have no fear of heights so i did well. I love singing. I could have stayed on it all day.

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  3. You have a fabulous surname Nana and lovely pictures! Your cousins are very cute.

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    1. Thank you. I love my last name. It's simple.

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  4. All great pics! And yes your aunt's house is so pretty.
    I'd be scared to death to walk on that canopy.

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    1. It's a stable structure, Julie. Very well maintained. A great way to conquer a fear of heights.

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  5. You are pretty fabulous, and I LOVED seeing pictures of you and your beautiful family. Such lovely images.

    True Heroes from A to Z

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  6. Your cousins *are* adorable. I enjoyed the photos of you as well, and also of your aunt's house :)

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    1. Thanks, Rhonda. And they are good girls, too.

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  7. These pictures are precious. This is a great glimpse into your life.

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    1. Just a little bit of my life. So much more to share.

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  8. Beautiful pictures - beautiful family...and there is nothing wrong with your size! Would love to experience the beauty of Africa - although I don't see myself climbing too many (OR ANY) mountains! LOL! Thanks for sharing with us. Midwife to Destiny is on the weekend read list for me - YAAAY! Enjoy your weekend too!

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    1. Thank you Felicia. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did writing it. There is so much to do in Africa. You can keep the mountains off of your list.

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  9. Love the pix and getting to know you a little better. I'm dying to walk across that canopy bridge.

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    1. Thanks, Leslie. It's fun walking across the canopy.

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  10. That canopy bridge thingie looks terrifying! But it's fun seeing all the pictures of you. You have the best smile - even just looking at a picture, seeing you smile makes me automatically smile back.

    Hope you’re having fun with the A to Z challenge,
    Jocelyn

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    1. It's not as bad as it looks (worse actually), but it's surprisingly stable.

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  11. Your twins are so cute! Your books look good.

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  12. Wonderful pics, Nana! You are beautiful, and you have a smile that's welcoming. Your little boys are adorable. You certainly are blessed. :-)

    I just clicked through your comment trying to figure out why you get the circle with your photo when you click on design. I'm sure it has something to do with Google+. I've tried to avoid having anyone sent to G+ when they click on my name or image. As I said in my post today, Goofle is making it really confusing. They own so many sites, now. And they're trying to do a big information grab to combine our sites. Probably pays much better for advertising if they can get everything linked up. But it's a big inconvenience for readers. Anyway, I'm not sure how to change it, and how to get you where you need to be-- to get into your profile to add your blog url. But the news isn't all bad. When I clicked on your name, it took me to your G+ page, and when I clicked on "about" on your G+ page, I easily found your blog link. Many bloggers add their url to your G+ profile page. So, I think you're good. People should be able to find you. :-) Thanks for visiting my blog! And best wishes with your new book release! :-)

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    1. Thanks for checking that for me. I really appreciate the effort you've taken to help me out.

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  13. Great pictures and you are right Missy, You Are Fabulous! Congratulations on your books!

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    1. Thanks, Lila. By the way I love being called, Missy. My aunt used to do all of the time and it always made me smile.

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  14. All of the smiles, yours and the kids, are priceless! I hate to sweet too, ha!

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    1. Sweep* lol
      Not sweet, I like being sweet.

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  15. I love these photos! The canopy looks like it would be great fun. And you look like you lead a joyful life, which makes me smile on your behalf.

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  16. Wonderful pics, Nana. I love them all. Did you go for the paragliding?

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