Capitol Hill Patient Advocate, Nellie Anita Wosu, Pens First Book

Minister Nellie A. Wosu, Capitol Hill patient advocate and a National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease spokesperson, released her first book entitled, “The Keeper of Me.” The book outlines her journey after being diagnosed with stage IV congestive heart failure.

Concord, NC, January 23, 2013 --( “I truly believe that you can be more than the diagnosis and prognosis of any catastrophic situation and step into your own new life, if you’re willing to do the work it takes to achieve such, by faith!” she says.

The book takes readers through her diagnosis and her physical and mental struggles after learning of her illness. Seeking to educate the public about the heart disease and its effects on not only the patient but family as well, “The Keeper of Me” provides spiritual advice and an honest look at how she has not become a victim of her prognosis.

“The Keeper of Me” is currently available via CreateSpace, Amazon and Kindle Worldwide Distribution.
Minister Nellie A. Wosu