by Donsi Kunene
Indlovukazi Mapule, Author of “Leaving the shadows behind” is helping other women to prevent and to overcome their life challenges while they can. The book is a treasure for gifted young people, troubled souls, teachers, counsellors, parents, mentors and friends. This book integrates insights regarding the social and emotional characteristics of the individual. Everyone will discover themselves in these pages.
Just in time, as we celebrate women’s month in August, this book will come in handy for all women who seek to look beyond their life misfortunes and soldier on. The book has 10 fascinating chapters that display her life challenges and jubilees as a widow, teacher, spiritual coach, actor, businesswoman and a wife.
Indlovukazi Mapule’s life has been everybody’s business; society has been creating and telling her story in their own different versions, muddling the truth with lies, speculations and assumptions. Now she is telling her own story in her own way revealing uncensored truths about marriage, life and death.
“I couldn’t put “Leaving the shadows behind” down when I started reading as it is packed with bleak truths, difficult topics and ironically a lesson not to judge or talk about something you have never experienced. It was not what I was expecting at all. What I got was an utter shock and a sincere, to-the-point road map of one brave lady’s fight against her odds,” says Gugu Madonsela, one of her close business associates in the media industry.
Indlovukazi Mapule became fascinated with helping vulnerable women and established an organization called “Esigodlweni SeziNdlovukazi”, after observing too many incidents where women give up their lives because of devious families and friends.
The author is a revered giant in the field of gifted teaching, enlightening us over the years concerning moral sensitivity, creativity, leadership ability, and spiritual development of the gifted.
Read more in her book which is obtainable through placing orders directly to 076 120 9023/071 999 4846. The book will hit bookshop shelves soon.
Visit thelink Mapule’s Book images and bio for photos, and an author bio. For interviews and queries you can contact Donsy Kunene on 060 914 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com