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British born Brian Nwakanma thanks corporate wire for their mums award.

07-30-2020 10:32 AM CET | Media & Telecommunications

Press release from: Graceland Book publishers

/ PR Agency: Graceful Newspaper
Cambridgeshire prestige award

Cambridgeshire prestige award

British born Brian Nwakanma speaks about their book and their mums works.

Britain’s teenage author and the former head boy of Brook house Primary school London Brian Nwakanma speaks about the inspiration behind their book “ The Santa Who did not get a gift at Christmas” by Brendan and Brian Nwakanma.They created the book when their mum’s works as an author and poet seem not to be seen. But they are delighted that their mum the Children’s Author, Poet and Publisher Chinyere Nwakanma got her award as this year’s boutique publisher of the year and he thanks corporate livewire for giving his mum the Cambridgeshire prestige award to encourage her and that he is very grateful .He also thanks the marquis world who is who in the U.S.A for the honour of contacting his mum. He said that they have grown up under so much scrutiny, but will be delighted to be allowed to be like every other normal teenagers. He encourages everyone to buy their book even though it is not yet Christmas www.amazon.co.uk.

Graceland Books and Allied Ltd
86-90 Paul Street London EC2A4NE
Email debbienwakanma@gracelandpublishing.org.uk

Graceland Book Publishers
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