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From Netherlands with ‘Beauty in the broken’

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Netherlands-based writer Grace Nyasulu last week launched her book, Beauty in the broken.

Nyasulu said she was happy to have launched her book, describing it as inspirational and spiritual.

“The book dwells much on the inner scars that people have in life. It answers questions like, “Are we broken?” It addresses real issues like the root of comparison and the process of embracing the scars that we may have as we allow God to heal us,” she said.

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Nyasulu said the book also highlights the importance of walking in purpose and that reminds people of the truth that “they were meant for greater thing if only they work on themselves and do better”.

“Besides “Beauty in the broken”, I wrote two other books; “Through the eyes of my father” and “As I walk” which were written and released in 2019,” she said.

The launch of the book took place in Deventer, one of the cities in Netherlands.

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“It was a successful launch despite the current situation of Covid-19 pandemic and issues of social distancing, people still showed up and we had a great time. My guest speaker was Dity Teerling who is the co-founder of Food for life project in Malawi but is based in the Netherlands. I had guests from Nigeria, Cameroon, Uganda and Angola,” Nyasulu said.

She said the book is currently available in Netherlands and Malawi.

“If one wants to grab a copy he or she can call or text the following numbers; 0992891089 and 0881006695. The books are available and can be sent anywhere in the country. Currently, the book is being sold at K5,000,” she said.

A last born in the family of five, Nyasulu was born on 1997.

“I am passionate about God and I love motivating the youth to live a life of purity, I love advocating for young girls.in general,” she said.

Nyasulu is a holder of Bachelor’s Degree in Business Communication from University of Malawi – The Polytechnic and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Digital Marketing at Wittenborg University in Netherlands.

“I believe as young people we ought to be vision-oriented, know what you truly want in life and work towards it, people that are successful now did not just get there, they had to work hard and push forward regardless of the situations around them; pursue your dream and be willing to invest in it because it is very possible for us to achieve what we desire,” she said.

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