"Letters to My Sisters: Plain Truths and Straightforward Advice from a Gynecologist" by Dr. Ngozi Osuagwu
Reading is an activity I exercise from time to time as a therapeutic experience. One book I recommend to Feels Good 2 B Home readers is "Letters to My Sisters".
Nigerian and African women, in my opinion, sometimes don't speak about their health-related issues to one another but Dr. Osuagwu's cautionary tale breaks down that wall. "Letters to My Sisters" is similar to that one crucial talk a female would have with their role model or mother. Only 128 pages long, "Letters to My Sisters" is a easy read and has a friendly conversational tone.
Spearheaded by Ben Posah Books (a publishing company lead by Nigerian engineer in New Albany, Ohio), "Letters to My Sisters" is quickly becoming a underground book success as Wendy Williams and MC Lyte are its famous readers.
"Letters To My Sisters" is available via Ben Bosah Books.