Sola Olu is a first time author. She has a master’s degree in Information systems from DePaul University, Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in English from Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria.
Sola took up an early interest in writing having started writing at the age of eight. Her parents encouraged her and helped her enter into various contests. While in college, she won second place at a contest for a class essay entered by her American Literature teacher. Her hobbies include writing, cooking and traveling. The Summer Called Angel chronicles the experiences she and her family endured with the birth of their children, focusing on the journey through prematurity and preeclampsia. Today, Sola shares and uses her experience to counsel parents of premature babies in the new born intensive care unit of a local hospital. She lives with her husband and two children in Illinois.
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