The Terrible Truth about the Truth: A story of a Tutsi Rwandan genocide survivor - When home doesn't feel like home, and when abroad feels far from home

The Terrible Truth About the Truth is an all-in-one dramatic, romantic, horrific true story, not without some humour. As a Tutsi who experienced a number of close calls during the Tutsi genocide conducted by extremists Hutus, Emma identifies herself as a Tutsi and a genocide survivor, but many of her compatriots question that reality. More
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About Emma Kay

It's never too late to be what you might have been! It wasn't until in her early fifties that the first-time author Emma Kay discovered her passion for writing, even though English is not her first or second language. One thing Emma always knew about herself is that she likes to speak her mind, and she hates everyone who takes that right from anyone. Although Emma can't do much about the lack of freedom of speech, the killings and other human rights violations in Rwanda, she only feels at peace when she tries to do something about it. Emma is the host of Tuganire (Let's Talk) on Radio Iteme, a show intended to educate Rwandans to freely express themselves. Emma started a YouTube channel not only to help her advertise her book, but to share sad and true stories of realities her Rwandan compatriots live every single day. Through her posts, Emma and her narrator remind everyone who grew up living a normal life and being treated fairly to never take that for granted, because it's not given to everyone.

Please check out Emma's posts at EmmaKay: Never Take Anything for Granted.

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