Avoiding Mr Wrong by Abiola George
Here’s a fact: most people show us who they are within the first few days we know them, through what they say and do. However, women tend to delete what they can see/feel in favour of what they want to see/feel. This often leads to avoidable heartache.
Avoiding Mr. Wrong looks at some of the guys women should avoid at all cost, and theres also a section on becoming Ms Right because, believe it or not, we attract who we are on the inside.
Listen to Abiola read Chapter 1: Mr. ‘My Mummy Said’ here >>Avoiding Mr Wrong Chapter 1
Download and enjoy Chapter 1 of Praise’s new book: The Gift of Work
The Gift of Work Chapter 1 (read by Praise George)
Sequel to my book 21 Deadly Men (2010), here’s an audio reading of the introduction to my new book: 16 Deadly Women; how to recognise and avoid them.
16 Deadly Women by Praise George (intro read by Abiola)
The book is available at Christian bookshops nationwide.
Aliya stirred. The morning sun slipped in through the window blinds and caressed her face. She opened her eyes, rolled over and muttered a prayer. The smell of flowers wafted into the room. She pressed a button and the voice of Asha serenaded the day. ‘Ojumo ti mo…’ she sang along in the shower.
She had a good reason to sing. She had a great job, did work she loved and was adequately rewarded for it. She slipped on her black pumps, adjusted her skirt in the mirror, applied some lipstick, smiled at her reflection, put some essentials in her bag, picked up her phone and keys and headed for the door. In her haste she knocked over a picture. ‘Sorry darling,’ she picked it up, kissed the smiling
face of her fiancé and placed it gently on the dressing table. ‘Let’s do this!’ she said with passion and shut the door behind her.
(Excerpted from The Gift of Work by Praise George)
The Gift Of Work
Once upon a time, an old man was dying in his home. His three sons hung around his bed anxiously waiting for him to tell them where he kept his secret gold stash. When they were children, they worked with their father on the farm. But they were lazy and hated the hard work on the farm. When they got older, they relocated to the city where they thought that life was going to be easier. But life was tough in the city. After many years of struggle, they did not achieve the elusive success they dreamed of. They all believed that the old man had some money hidden somewhere which would make their lives more comfortable. This was their inheritance and they were going to get their share.
The dying man opened his eyes and asked for a drink of water. The youngest son gave him a drink and he lay silent for a few minutes. He opened his eyes again and tried to speak. His voice was very weak and shaky. They all strained to hear his final words. Before he could utter a word, he was caught in a spasm of coughing. The children were getting impatient. They had plans for the evening. If the old man wanted to die, he should do it quickly, they thought.