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Theresa Uchechi Ezeuko is a Canada (Calgary Alberta) based creative writer and author of four lovely books, “Storytales For Little Minds“, “Jasmine The Ladybird“, “Kachi the handyman” and “Betty’s Desire.”Her passion for writing evolved at an early age and her creative writing skills are phenomenal. Theresa’s writings encompass a wide range of diverse events, findings, and ideas. Her writings can be found on her website at www.busyhandz.com.
Her three published children’s books are read worldwide and used for educational purposes, silent reading and bed time stories. Her novel, a romance thriller titled “Betty’s Desire” has received very positive reviews from a wide range of audience.
She obtained a bachelor’s degree in theater arts from Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka Nigeria and went further to acquire a master’s degree in International marketing from the university of west of Scotland United Kingdom. She obtained a specialization in Creative writing from Wesleyan University Connecticut in United States of America . She also obtained a specialization in coaching skills for managers from University of California Davis.
Her combined expertise in both arts and marketing has helped her successfully launch her books worldwide.
Theresa is inspirational and passion driven. Having acquired a huge fan base of readers with curious minds in creative writing, she opened busyhandz.com where she inspires her readers through creative writings and poetic inspirations, while also answering questions from readers and providing feedback.
Theresa Uchechi Ezeuko was a member of the writer’s alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador and was also a member of the writer’s guild of Newfoundland and Labrador Canada.
She was one time member of board writer’s guild of Newfoundland and Labrador. She was also a jury for the Newfoundland and Labrador 2018 young adults/children’s book award. She is a public speaker as well. She did a public speaking on the “The artistic inspiration of an immigrant author” at the arts and culture center St. John’s Newfoundland. She also did a public speaking on “The women of Suriname, a world day of prayer”
She was also one time member of board with St. John’s public library. She is also a mentor for Coursera on Creative writing specialization program.
Theresa wrote, developed and hosted a radio show titled “Inspirational Timeout with Theresa Ezeuko” for CHMR 93.5FM.
Theresa is the CEO/Founder of CritiCurb, a FasTide Production.
YouTube channel @CritiCurb
You can reach Theresa at firstname.lastname@example.org