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Still A Mum   

Akeyo and Mark are soul mates who struggle through a childless marriage for 15 years. Their marriage is filled with love, passion and prayer. Her patience and resilience keep her hopeful for a baby and their life as Akeyo sees it is perfect, until something shocking happens. She will soon learn just how her trust has been badly broken.

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  1. 2 months ago

    Maureen Babu

    Beautiful and impactful!

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  2. 3 months ago

    Maureen Babu

    A timely book that everyone needs to read!

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  3. 3 months ago

    Kipwola irene

    Great story Shelia Ajok. Still a mum is a book that one can’t put down after reading a few pages,it gives hope and courage for women struggling with infertility.

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  4. 3 months ago

    Janet Ayo

    This is great stuff and style of writing. I read the book in one sitting because I eagerly wanted to know the ending. It is a life experience many can relate to. Already looking forward to more books from you, Mrs Lubangakene

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  5. 3 months ago

    Pamela Babirukamu

    Still a mum is a tale that many of us that have struggled with infertility can relate with. From cradle to the grave, any woman struggling with infertility will find it by far, the most defining moment of their life. keep writing Sheila.

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  6. 3 months ago

    Allan odong

    Inspiring book for everyone ready for commitment

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  7. 4 months ago

    Faith Chagara

    Still a mum…. great stuff. Well done Sheila

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  8. 4 months ago

    Mic Dikdikmoi Adonai

    My own is a writer, wow. Beautiful writing

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  9. 4 months ago

    Babalanda Jean

    A book that talks the truth, that many shy away from.Thank you for deciding to put it in ink. The write up inspires the broken hearted to know they are not alone

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  10. 4 months ago

    Babalanda Jean

    A book that talks of realities in life. Thank you for deciding to put it in ink.

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  11. 4 months ago

    Rose Auma

    Sheila, beautiful writing. Your writing gives comfort, hope to couple, lady,going through infertility. And it’s a beautiful read.

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  12. 4 months ago

    Belinda Adia

    Well written and encouraging book. It talks about real struggles in marriage and above all else restoration

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  13. 4 months ago

    Berna

    A moving read showing strength, resilience and determination. The in-depth struggle on the journey to motherhood but with hope till the end. Thank you for this great book.

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  14. 4 months ago

    Catherine Mugabi

    Thank you Sheila for daring to walk this journey. Its worth every minute

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  15. 4 months ago

    Norah Wanok

    Still a mum- a book I would not stop reading over and over again. It talks about one of the challenges that couples go through and that people fear to widely talk about. Thankyou Sheila for this good book. God bless you.

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  16. 4 months ago

    Rebekah

    Thank you so much Sheila for opening up this wound in writing _ these stories open up this wound that it may eventually journey to a place of healing. For all the lives that have been touched, thank you.

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  17. 4 months ago

    Gilbert wayu

    Thank you Shiela for being an inspiration to our modern society and your boldness and high spirit to speak about the issues in struggling relationships today is something that can’t go Un noticed, God bless you and please bring the award home.

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  18. 4 months ago

    Simon James Mone

    Still A Mum is a unique book. One of those books that speak to a particular situation and motivates all of us that are about to lose hope, to never give up. I will recommend it to many more couples

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  19. 5 months ago

    Anthony Ayebare

    Still A Mum by Sheila Ajok Lubangakene is by far my best book.A very touching motherly story

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    1. 5 months ago

      Sheila Ajok

      Thank you for the review Anthony. I am humbled.

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    2. 4 months ago

      Ann Kalega

      This is the best read I have read on motherhood. Worth every minute of my time. Thank you Sheila

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  20. 5 months ago

    Anthony Ayebare

    Still A Mum is by far my best book.A very touching motherly story

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  21. 5 months ago

    Zipporah Kuteesa

    “Still A Mum” by Sheila Ajok. L.

    My review has been done in a blog post. The link to it is the one in the website slot.

    https://seforadarling.wordpress.com/2022/02/11/still-a-mum-book-review/

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    1. 5 months ago

      Sheila Ajok

      Thank you for the articulate review Zipporah. I pray the rest of the readers enjoy it as much as you did.

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      1. 4 months ago

        ILEMUT INNOCENT ROBERT

        Still a mum very touching text that relates to the challenges women go through,keep on reaching out there.

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        1. 3 months ago

          Adong Loyce

          Still a mum by Sheilla Ajok . The beautiful book that has touched many. Still a mum just came in time for us. Big up

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