If you have a great memory and want to brag to your friends that you wrote a book, come to me!
If you are more of a visual person, and you do not read books anymore, it can be very good to write in order to remember. According to Meltzer’s 2018 book Executive function in education: From theory to practice published with Guilford Publications, writing is a form of fighting such things as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Here is a list of books that I have helped to edit
Steppin’ Out by Mariam Ibrahim (edited by Donna Kakonge) available on Amazon Kindle
Pinnacles of Vandalism (A selection of thoughts, feelings, and musings) by R. William Patry (promoted by Donna Kakonge) available various places, please search Google
Girl Power: Chronicles of the True Power of Female Friendships by Teresa Madaleno (edited by Donna Kakonge) available various places, please search Google
Anansesem: Telling Stories and Storytelling African Maternal Pedagogies. Toronto: Demeter Press. (editorial assistance by D. Kakonge).
BoomerBroadcast: Baby Boomer reflects on the journey from living life in the Sixties to living life in her Sixties by Lynda Davis (edited by Donna Kakonge) available various places, please search Google
Anansi and Rococo by Phyllis Broom Walker (children’s book edited by Donna Kakonge) available at http://lulu.com/spotlight/phyllisbroomwalker
Never Far Apart, by Kitty Salsberg and Ellen Foster (part Ed. Donna Kakonge). Toronto: The Azrieli Foundation. http://secondstorypress.ca/books/350-never-far-apart
Here are my qualifications:
If you have any questions, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Three Quarters [Second Edition]
How To Talk To Crazy People [Second Edition]
Siete Borrar [Seven, Delete, In Spanish]
Seven, Delete [In French]