When Bats Fly, I Dream Of Nigeria

As a teacher in Ibadan. Story by Vera Mountney despite poverty, fear, violence, death and survival, living and working in Nigeria confirmed the author in it, to the good in the people to believe. Even if a woman’s life is not much in this country, so she’s made but proud and strong women in Ibadan, which do not give up and fight for themselves and their children. From them it was welcomed as a white European as one of them. “The silence had a face voices that echoed in the soul, and the darkness. The Moon was kugelrund that night, almost seeming to smile in his quiet, steady way.

Only the vampires that flew past, as always, looked suddenly menacing.” Short biography: The author lives and works in the rider’s city of Verden, where she has written poems and texts between the work and published in several anthologies. She enjoys long walks in the Lower Saxony nature that give her inspiration, but also relaxation together with her husband and dog. You is recorded as a member of who’s who in Germany and is involved in clubs, devoted to the multilingualism of children and help for women. For several years, she is a member in EBN in Bremen as well as FMKS in Kiel as well as funding member of the Association of HEARTKIDS, devoted to the helpless children in India. She speaks several languages. Her hobby is the Forensics and the visit of meetings on this topic. Yoga helps you to relax if it’s even too stressful.