Hey! Nice to Meet You, I Am Ngozi.

Ngozi Edema Indoor1"Today is only one day in all the days that will ever be. But what will happen in all the other days that ever comes, can depend on what you do todayā€¯. Quote by Ernest Hemingway If you want to write a book, write one letter, one word and one paragraph today and tomorrow you have a book.

I am a children's book author, passionate about everyday stories that motivate and inspire. I love cooking, history and travelling. I create educational content. 

As a mom, I know raising a kid requires a village! Every parent needs a hand in teaching their little ones. And one of the most effective ways to teach is through stories. In this little space of mine, I prioritise storytelling for children. 

And if you want to write a story yourself( which I strongly recommend), I have you covered.

As you may have already guessed, I was not always an author.

A while ago, I was a stay-at-home mom with a dream of becoming published. I started writing to provide value to my customers, helping them use the ingredients I was selling online.

Serving this way had prepared me for the journey ahead.

Today, writing is not just a side hustle but has become a part of my life and business. And I can't wait to show you how to self-publish your book! I offer 1:1 coaching and digital courses to help you become self-published in as little as 90 days. 

What to Expect Here

As moms, we know how to multitask. You can be a mom the nurse, mom the chef, mom the cleaner, mom the comforter, mom the teacher, the list goes on, in just one day!

So, I am not just one thing. I will try not to bore you with hearing the same thing again and again. I am cautious about overwhelming you with too much. So, I concentrate on only a few things. I talk about children's books, busy mom tips and everything you need to know about self-publishing. I will try to keep it simple.

Please check out some of my top posts describing what I do. And I hope you find them helpful for yourself and your children.

Can I Have Your Attention Please?

Have you ever been on a hike? Or are you an experienced hiker? What is your best advice for anyone hiking for the first time?

Would you advise new hikers to go on their own or with someone who has done it before?

While it is possible to go on your own, it is best to seek the help of someone who has been on that hike before. You need to know the trail and the best route to follow. It is part of your safety measure. And hiking on your own may also be dangerous. If there is a problem, you need someone to call emergency services.

 Would you encourage your friend to get necessary things like snacks, water and bear spray if you live in a bear country? Yes, you probably would encourage any new hiker to stay safe by going with people familiar with the paths and who know the safest route. You may even suggest going in a group for their safety and encouragement to finish the hike! 

I am a six times self-published author and, I help other moms become self-published. If you ever said: I think I have a book in my head," and you want to write and self-publish, let me be your experienced hiker. I will be your guide or coach and take you through the steps until you reach your finish line.

Here is the deal: Sign up for a risk-free assessment call and let us see if we are a fit. Click on the button below to get you there.

Also, before you leave I would like to give you and the little angels in your life a welcome gift. My book Mel the Monkey And The Alligator is yours to read. I hope you and your little ones will enjoy reading it and do check out my other books! Click on the image below to get your digital copy of the book

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