“My Dream” is a gripping novel that follows the struggles of one woman through adversity to be able to achieve her dream. This novel confronts real, dark issues and experiences; following a childhood of abandonment and hard work, this is a tale of perseverance and drive that takes her from the wards of a London hospital to the heart of the Middle East.
Esther is prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice to be free of her pain. This is a story of love and faith; of despair and betrayal. It is a powerful example of a woman who nearly lost her dream, but who found it in the end.
- A powerful exploration of love and faith
• An interesting look at the process of working and volunteering in the Middle East.
• Introduces issues about faith and belief in an immersive yet accessible manner.
• An inspiring tale of how one woman can overcome adversity that will move and inspire others.
About the Author:
Meverly Benjamin is Dutch by nationality. She is a seasoned finance analyst, development consultant, speaker and author with fluent multilingual abilities in English, Dutch, and Twi.
She has a passionate desire to use her communication skills to influence the world, and especially to stir people up towards the realization of their full potential. The faintest pen is said to last longer than the brightest brain, which is why she is committed to putting her message of hope into writings for the present generation, and those to come, to be inspired by them, and to make the most of their lives.
The role of academic qualifications cannot be overemphasized as part of the fundamental requirements for an individual to be well-equipped for global influence. In this regard, Meverly has a Bachelor of Laws degree, with a major in Dutch law, from the University of Applied Science, Rotterdam-Netherlands. Furthermore, she is presently enrolled in a Master’s degree program at the University of Wolverhampton in England, specialising in Corporate Governance and Financial Law (LLM).
She has worked with a number of organizations as well as clients ranging from young individuals, to privately owned companies, public corporations, non-governmental organizations, as well as government agencies. Her work experience cuts across various sectors, with services deployed in a couple of nations including Ghana, Belgium, Netherlands and the UK.
Meverly is currently serving as a non-executive director with Mother Nature Ghana, a leading drinks and beverages company in West Africa. She is an outpatient supporter with Akwaaba Zorg. In this role, she helps immigrants to adjust and fit easily into the norms and cultural values of the countries where they have migrated to. She provides support for migrants in the areas of child raising, family planning, marital and financial advisory services, as well as accommodation and logistics solutions.
“My Dream” by Meverly Benjamin is available in paperback and e-book from Amazon UK.
It is also available from Amazon US.
Press/Media Contact Details:
Grosvenor House Publishing
Tel. 0208 339 6060