CLEVELAND, OH, December 04, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Emeka Iwenofu is an accomplished author who wrote the three book series, The Miracle Trilogy, which helps people properly identify the principles necessary to achieve success. Since publishing his first novel in 2012, Emeka has been a frequent expert on multiple radio stations: Dare To Dream award-winning, syndicated radio show with Debbi Dachinger, Life's Dash Radio with Michelle Mattia, Masterful Choices with Monique Chapman, Spiritual Insights with Charlotte Spicer, Purpose Without Limits with Dallas Snider, The Author Show, Conversations Live with Cyrus Webb, The Michael Dresser Show, Don't Box Me In with Lana Reid, and other important media. Emeka owns the publishing company, Hope Point Press. He is the finalist of the highly coveted award from The Author Show called: Fifty Great Writers You Should Be Reading for the 2013-2014 season. Emeka attained a degree in accounting before detours and challenges in his life later led him to pursue his passion for writing while going on a personal mission to inspire people how to live abundantly and happily through the techniques he writes about and discusses with people throughout the world. http://francinesmiracle.com/---
Told within a 1920s setting, this book is an exciting adventure through the life of a young Irish girl named Francine who immigrates with her family to the United States from Ireland in the search for the American Dream. This story is the beginning of The Miracle Trilogy which takes place during the 1920s era. In this setting, Francine incurs many challenges during her childhood. Despite the world of Prohibition and organized crime, the young girl endures a life of verbal abuse, violence, a dysfunctional family, poverty, tragedy, endless domestic chores and a constant plea for help away from her surroundings.
"Francine's Miracle" is a book with a lot to teach its readers about the law of attraction. It's a fast read and its message is easy for readers to understand and take away. Because dealing with hardship and wanting success are such universal issues, many readers will be able to relate to the story; it's especially recommended for young readers.
When asked about becoming a writer, Emeka Iwenofu, explains "I first fell in love with the pen, during the summer between my 4th and 5th grade school year when my dad would drop me off with a snack bag at the library before he went to work at 8AM and asked me to stay there until he returned from work at 4:30. In essence, I was at the library for nearly 8 hours each day. Within a short time, I began bringing books home, suddenly liking to read, from which my imagination began to take a life of its own and compelled me to want to write little stories. As time went on past the seventh grade, I began to get serious and attended writers workshops and wrote two novels by the age of 15."
"Although I wanted a major in literature and English in college, I took on a much more "reputable" major which was accounting since I had a gift with numbers and enrolled at Cleveland State University. For a while, things went well and I was due to graduate in a few months until life turned in a different direction that would alter my life forever. I was suddenly fired from a federal government position and later with the city government from which I later worked work odd jobs that were short lived while struggling in business During this time, I began to dislike not being able to provide for myself and endured massive setbacks without any reasonable breakthrough in sight, from which I became negative, blaming the system, government, and other institutions for my problems. I had a brief stint in jail for my crimes, appearing as nothing except a bitter disappointment to myself and my family. Then I received a letter in the mail that suggested I listen to a CD set on how to properly obtain success in my life and live the life I always wanted; it ended up becoming the most important investment I made in my life. My whole outlook on life changed and I began reading over 20 different books on success and positive development, which led me to write a novel that taught how anyone can achieve success in their life through the characters in my Miracle Trilogy series that I published through my company, Hope Point Press."
Francine's Miracle is the start of The Miracle Trilogy series, and all three books in the Iwenofu series have received much acclaim and positive reviews for their great impact with readers.
Listen to award-winning, syndicated host and producer, Debbi Dachinger, in conversation with Emeka Iwenofu on Dare to Dream radio. Hear the show via podcast at: http://www.deborahdachinger.com/interview-archives. Dare to Dream radio is featured in news sources around the world. Dachinger is an International bestselling author of two books, keynote speaker, goal achievement expert and media personality. Dare to Dream radio airs live on the following networks: http://www.HealthyLife.net (Southern CA/ worldwide); it is also syndicated on WROM Radio (Detroit), WHTB (Massachusetts), Butterfly Radio (Florida), LiveJamz Radio (Missouri) and AirCheck (Florida) and is heard on 66 syndicated radio stations.
Debbi Dachinger is a Media Personality. Her specialties are: Radio & TV Show Hosting, Spokesperson, Bestselling Author, Goal Achievement Expert, Frequent Interview Guest, Keynote Speaker, and Radio Coach (Teaches A-Z How To Be Interviewed and Get Booked On Right Shows, also How to Host Your Own Show).
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