Nia's Sick Sense: The Emergence of Kanti

Nia's Sick Sense: The Emergence of Kanti


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Nia's Sick Sense: The Emergence of Kanti by Prescella L. Monger, Ashley Alcime

Nia Kpelle is a timid, self-conscious teenage girl who has just started her freshman year at Adam A. Korrupt High School. Nia is on the brink of self-discovery as she begins to develop the gift of foresight, tapping into the thoughts and recollections of young women who have been sexually or physically abused. The gift becomes a curse, often leaving her worn down from the reality of it all. Nia soon realizes that the source of her power is derived from her own past. Nia wonders what is so special about these girls in her dreams and why she feels such a strong connection to them.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781519665096
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/03/2015
Pages: 116
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.18(d)

About the Author

Prescella Lanai Monger hopes that the message of "Nia's Sick Sense" inspires many and encourages young people to dream and think BIG. She attended Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School in Brooklyn, NY in 2004, where she met artistic genius Ashley Alcime. It wasn't until the summer after her freshman year at Clark Atlanta University visiting home from Atlanta, Georgia, when Prescella and Virginia came up with the story line of "Nia's Sick Sense". In the Spring of 2010, Prescella travelled to Monrovia, Liberia with her father for the first time meeting her extended family - an experience she will treasure for the rest of her life. Two years later, she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a dual concentration in Supply Chain Management and International Business. Prescella is currently pursuing her Masters in International Business at Hult International Business School in Shanghai, China.

Virginia Alexandria Monger always knew growing up that she wanted to be someone that could make a difference. It was never good enough to just become a typical worker; she always knew she needed more, to be her own boss. Growing up, being raised by two middle class parents in a town house in the middle of the 'hood', it gave Virginia a balance between the street, school and church life. Virginia was blessed to have what appeared and was at times a pretty well structured childhood, but it was not always a sweet ride. Despite what she had gone through in her teenage years, she had her first child, Brooke-Lynn Madison Monger at the age of 20 and she still continued on her path to success, graduating from Brooklyn College in June of 2015 with a Bachelor's of Science in Accounting and a Minor Degree in Small Business Management and Urban Entrepreneurship. She is currently a social worker for the City of New York, HRA/FIA division. While aiding in providing temporary government assistance to the people of the City of New York, she has not stopped pursuing one of her many dreams, that of becoming an established author.

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