It was raw, real, strong, and inspirational. My review is that it definitely is a must read for all ages. And it can definitely inspire the teenage girl growing up with no relationship with her father. Nia speaks on her father being in prison and how the communication was between them. Also she speaks on how damaging it can be when a father breaks promises and personal relationships she endures.
A Very Good Book! After reading "A Father's Love" it have you thinking of your own past situation of absentee parent. But, not just that I was getting to know the Author, Nia's struggles to connect with her father. My heart was crushed to read her pain. Please keep writing, expressing yourself and continue to talk to people in your circle that you can trust.
KRYSTAL SAUNDERS, CUSTOMER
Pan Afrikan, Author, Poet, Blogger, Editor, Proofreader, Afrikan-Centered Educator and Mental-Health advocate.
Nia Makini Kamau, formally Dionna Newsome, was born on May 24, 1996 in Baltimore, MD. Since the age of 10 she has had the dream and vision of becoming a published author. She graduated from Carver Vocational Technical High School in 2014 with a high school diploma as well as her 90-hour child care certification. Nia furthered her career and graduated May 2018 from McDaniel College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Writing. Nia is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. where she has served as secretary and president. Nia is also a poet who goes by the name of NIA The Poet; she has fan favorites such as Queen, Queen Pt.2, Embrace Your Curls, and Evolution. A Father’s Love is her first publication, and the start to many more to come
She is currently working on a poetry book entitled "The Evolution of Nia" which is set to be released December 30th, 2020.