Broken Pottery

Broken Pottery
                                                       
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BROKEN POTTERY was a finalist in the CALEB AWARD 2012
                                                        No award was given for fiction as the judges were irreconcilably divided in their opinions. link to omega writers site
                                                                                           
ENDORSEMENTS                   
HOW YOU CAN HELP?




IT IS MY PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE THAT 10% 
OF ALL ROYALTIES RECEIVED BY JENNIFER FROM ANY BOOK SALES IN ANY FORMAT WILL BE DONATED TO ONE OF THE FISTULA PROJECTS LISTED ON THIS WEBSITE.
So while you enjoy reading "Broken Pottery; the life of an African girl" you will also be contributing to the support of these very needy girls and women.
Please contact Jennifer to make your purchase count.

To find out more about obstetric fistula (VVF) from the World Health Organization, click here: World Health Organization Site



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About BROKEN POTTERY

After counseling VVF {obstetric fistula}, patients for some years and being deeply moved by their suffering I felt compelled to write about their plight. I approached a fellow counselor and told her of my idea and her response was this:  many people have written about VVF but they did not know us, you Jennifer, have lived among us and know us, you should write about us. And so a few years after leaving Africa I started writing the book“Broken Pottery”. It is a fictional account of a possible journey from disease to cure of a VVF sufferer. The characters are completely fictional but I hope I have captured enough realism for the reader’s heart to go out to these girls and women and to be inspired to support them in their quest for healing.







    

Jennifer Ann has her own blogspot at:   

                            JenniferAnn/ aroma of Life


   









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Jennifer Ann: available as a paper back  - just email from "contact"page.

     
 
WRITING STYLE
 In writing this book, I intentionally wrote in the style of what I consider to be the classics. Writers like Jane Austen and Charles Dickens. In fact I remember thinking to myself that I hoped I could produce an Austen - esque styled story set in Africa. Of course the language and themes are contemporary. So if you enjoy the omniscient narrator and the twisting and turning of a plot line you will love this book.