In My Life in England: Dream Come True or Ruin?
by Ntsoaki Mary Mosoeunyane
In My Life in England: Dream Come True or Ruin? Ms. Ntsoaki Mary Mosoeunyane chronicles her journey across continents and cultural obstacles in search of a successful life. She confronts racial discrimination and stark societal differences that shakes the foundation of who she is and what she cherishes. Mosoeunyanes conversational tone and rattling honesty take the reader on a walk in her shoes, seeing through her eyes the world as it has unfolded before her. My Life in England is a tale firmly rooted in the value of strong relationships, the power of positive thinking, and the determination of one woman to overcome lifes challenges.
About the Author:
Ms. Ntsoaki Mary Mosoeunyane is a professional university lecturer, with two childrena girl and a boyaged eleven and nine. She was born in Lesotho and is an only child who was raised by a single mom from the age of nine, when her father was murdered. She has been educated in three countries: Lesotho (mainly her early years, primary to college), South Africa, and the United Kingdom. She has been in health science education for sixteen years, both abroad and in the UK, a very challenging but rewarding job in many aspects.
With the challenges faced, Mosoeunyane has developed an interest in issues of equalitydiversity discrimination especiallyand why people do it! She recently joined an interest group on Black Ethnic Minority Challenges at Work.
Mosoeunyane has always been fascinated by how the body works and its ability to defend itself from most calamities whether physical or emotional. A dream of hers would be to be successful in writing as she earns a living while doing something she loves. She would also love to travel with friends and family around the world.
(2015, Paperback, 114 pages)