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GloryJoseph; myth and legend.

Hey there,

So I’ve been silent for a while now and normally I’d not talk about it so expressly on here, but I am now.

Why?

I have spent the last few weeks rediscovering myself and the need to be true.

We’ve not really had conversations, have we? All you do is read my stories. That’s about to change. 😁

First off, I don’t know if you know anything about me or why I write. Amma share somethings with you, shall I?

So, let’s begin with my family.

I’m the last child and only female of three children born to two Pastors. I live a very conservative life so reading is to a large extent my window into the world outside my home.

I am currently a fourth year student of the department of Medicine and surgery in the University of Calabar, Nigeria.

This means I’m exposed to health information and interact with ‘medicine’ on almost a daily basis. (You should not be surprised to read related stuff in my writings.) I particularly love Forensic and Community medicine.

I love to read. A lot.

My favorite genre is: mystery/ suspense/ thrillers, followed closely by horror. I sometimes read chick lit when I’m bored. So, it surprises me that a vast majority of my works are Christian romance.

My favorite authors are; Preston Douglas and Lee Child, Tess Gerritsen, Frank Perreti, Charles Sheldon, Karen Kingsbury, Francine Rivers, Chris Carter, Dan Brown, John Grisham, Stephen King, Dean Koontz and Ted Dekker.

I love art and I love beauty. If you have ever met me, I must have mentioned something I love about you. I believe in appreciating beauty everttime I see it. I love photography too, though I am not a photographer myself. (At least not at the time of writing). 😂

I love music. It’s what inspires me to write. My musical instrument is my voice.

Singing pays me in two ways: as vocalist and vocal coach. I teach people how to use their voices better and I love to walk them through the process of becoming better.

On music, my favorite genre is Afro soul, RnB and alternative rock. Favorite artists are; Lauren Diagle, Asa, Sia, Andrea Day, Jessica Reedy, Fantasia, Jennifer Hudson, Jon Bellion, Johnny Drille, Simi and Tori Kelly.

I love to talk. I also love to listen to intelligent conversations. I love the sound of people’s voices–It’s my favorite music.

Consequently, I blog about Health, art and faith.

This is the gospel of GloryJoseph. 😁

Thank you for staying with me thus far.

What do we have in common? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section.

Xoxo,

GJ.

Ps: In the next issue I’ll talk about what’s been going on with me in the ‘Rona period. Keep crossed fingers. 🤞

PSS: I looooove bunnies. It’s why a bunny is the featured image in this blog poat

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We are alike in more ways than you know, it's why this blog exists. Every entry is my attempt to show you that your body has ability to heal from all forms of trauma and that the sound of your laughter and joy do not have to be visitors to you. Every entry is an attempt to remind you that peace and wholeness are attainable. I hope you find home here, and I hope, like me, that you fancy dodo, bread and brown pages. Subscribe already. ❤️

4 thoughts on “GloryJoseph; myth and legend.

  1. Dear Adiaha,
    You might not know me but I’m a huge fan and a humble follower of your work. I hope to meet you someday so I can imitate the actions of Mary (Martha’s sister) who did the one thing that is needful, sitting down at the feet of the master and hearing her words.
    We might not have so much in common but I’ve been able to pull out a few things over time now.

    Like

  2. Interesting, we both like Asa and Johnny Drille!
    Mama, I want to be like you when I grow up. 😍🤯

    Like

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