Rosewitta is born somewhere in Africa, to a large but poor family. Her mother Hattie, and the rest of the family struggle to survive on a daily basis; in a society laden with certain cultural beliefs and imbalances. As Rosewitta's life story unfolds, the realities about women's lives in such an environment also unfold. But how do the women survive? How do they raise very large families? Does anyone recognize what these women do? Are attitudes towards them changing? At the end does Rosewitta succeed in her search for a better life? What happens to all those women whom she represents?
“It is a very moving story portraying some of the sad realities that Zimbabwean women face. ….. Many will shed a tear as I did whilst reading it.”- Dr Mercy Nyawanza
“A very good story line ….. with an unexpected ending.” Monilola Ogundare (University of Hertfordshire law graduate)
“An intense and gripping read......... it brought tears to my eyes.” - blog follower on ruthpink.blogspot.com
About the Author
RUTH PINK was born in Zimbabwe. She has a keen interest in politics and stays current with as much as she can through reading and personal involvement. She lives with her husband, Paul, in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England.