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Last week, a senior professorial colleague told me that he will be using Afrika’s Struggle: His Experiential Journey as one of his textbooks starting next spring semester.
Additionally, I flew to the University of Memphis for a day of Ph.D. in Business seminars and for my book promotion. The trip proved to be informative and very productive on both fronts. I look forward to returning next semester for a book signing and a speaking engagement.
Moreover, a student unbeknownst to me purchased a print copy of my book on Amazon. Yesterday, she asked me for my autograph.
Finally, the holidays are around the corner, the print copy, the digital copy, and the audio copy will make great gifts.
The Queens Borough Public Library Central Library purchased Afrika’s Struggle: His Experiential Journey for its collection. It will be added to its catalog in several weeks.
Right now, we are in talks for the library to purchase my book for all 63 branches of the Queens Borough Public Library.
I want to show my appreciation to Lady Cherry Lena Chin for being a fan of my book, Afrika’s Struggle: His Experiential Journey.
Today, I autographed her print copy of my book via her talented and astute son, Anthony Chin – a Jamaican-British musician and a trained chemical engineer. He resides in Chelsea, London, but he is originally from Windsor, Berkshire, in the UK.
Her son and his girlfriend are visiting New York before moving on to Turks and Caicos for the second leg of their vacation in the Western Hemisphere.
And one more thing, I give my regards to the two Nigerian princesses from Calabar, Nigeria.