New book reminds people about God

2016-01-28 06:00
PHOTO: precious gumede Irene Nteyi Myingwa invites people to buy her book ‘I’m Wonderfully Made’.

PHOTO: precious gumede Irene Nteyi Myingwa invites people to buy her book ‘I’m Wonderfully Made’.

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IRENE Nteyi Myingwa recently published her book, I’m Wonderfully Made, which reminds people to appreciate the way God created them.

“When we look at ourselves as a human­, some take it for granted and we do not appreciate that many of us were born physically complete with arms that function, ears that hear, eyes that see, a mouth that talks and legs that enable you to walk,” said Myingwa

“The book it tells you about each part of your body, and its purpose.”

She said each chapter speaks of one part.

“My eyes - my camera, my ears - my voice recorder, my heart - my engine and more, my blood - my life.

This is Myingwa’s fifth book, and she spoke to Fever about her journey as an author and her writing career.

“The first book I wrote was published in 2011. All together I have written four books, and there are three in the pipeline.”

Myingwa is also a praise poetry writer and writes personally for people on request.

“I can write a poem about anything and anyone.”

Myingwa’s previously published books and her latest one is available at Ramsgate Stationers, alternatively contact her on 083 743 3812 or email her on resdev@vodamail.co.za

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