FEATURING: Nana and The Bushwoman A Tale with Truths by Dr. B.K. Edmond
AVAILABLE: Audiobook and Ebook on Amazon and IBooks in Print on Amazon
“We as women understand the power of the village of the sisterhood; it protects in ways that allow for the maturation of our true selves. Breast cancer robs us of some and yet offers an opportunity for the strength of the village to be realized for those who remain in its care. Thanks for sharing this truth.”
Dr. Valerie Montgomery-Rice, President Morehouse School of Medicine
I am Dr. B. K. Edmond, thank you for choosing to find out more about Nana and The Bushwoman: A Tale With Truths. It is a short story (35 Minute Read) with a novel health message that also touches on, sisterhood, a woman’s value and relationships. It is a humble attempt to integrate traditional with modern healthcare while addressing a critical need for improved breast health awareness.
The story is dedicated to three women whose lives were affected by breast cancer, Mrs. Lee Dorothy Edmond, Mrs. Delisa Jordan- Dodson and Ms. Karin Hart. The foreword is by a survivor, Dr. Mary Lindsay Barber.
Set in Ghana, hundred year old West African Symbols are repurposed to show a new generation of modern women how to perform quality self-breast exams. Using Wisdom, Versatility and Greatness as positive guides, a refreshing uplifting approach to self-health is presented. The short story introduces you to the mysterious Bushwoman. She is a misunderstood traditional family matriarch that by the end of the story makes you want to join her dynamic clan.
The short story is an easy 35 minute read, and is available in print form on Amazon for $5.99.It is available in Audiobook and e-book form on Amazon and Apple i-books for $4.99. Partial proceeds from sales support two Atlanta based nonprofits, Sisters By Choice and The Pink Frog.
Take a picture of the square with your cell phone to watch the promotional video and use the smaller square to purchase a copy today .Video Link https://youtu.be/WX6r9kq1vGk
Visit www.TheBEdmondproject.com for more details .
Dr. B.K. Edmond , 410-419-0809 , email@example.com
ENDORSED BY NATIONAL HEALTHCARE LEADERS
“I am blown away by this tender story that preaches to the soul. Nana’s journey is a testimony of trust and faith in the face of uncertainty that leads to triumph. Gye Nyame.”
Dr. Cedric M Bright 112th President National Medical Association
Excellent piece! This work speaks clearly to the need for understanding among people… family, and friends. His attention to the seriousness of healthcare risk, even potentially mortal risks, reinforces our collective responsibility to care for one another.”
Dr. Rahn Kennedy Bailey 113th President National Medical Association
“I really enjoyed it, it was a fun read. That’s important because if it’s not enjoyable it will not be consumed. I like the Afrocentricity of the story and the underlying theme of breast cancer prevention and awareness.”
Dr. Oliver Brooks 119th President National Medical Association
“I am moved by the gentleness of the stories of women told by the men who love them. We as women understand the power of the village of the sisterhood; it protects in ways that allow for the maturation of our true selves. Breast cancer robs us of some and yet offers an opportunity for the strength of the village to be realized for those who remain in its care . Thanks for sharing this truth.
Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice , President Morehouse School of Medicine