“Fokumlah S. Nchungong is a product of the 80’s and father of two adorable sons. He has ventured his clutches on several pathways in life from farming, teaching, promoter, topographist, therapist, and now writing. Being a mind mapper who never dithers to any creative idea, ‘audacity’ defines his character. Not Always the Best of Both Worlds is his debut as a writer.”
Born and raised in Bali Nyonga(Hausa quarters), the North West province of Cameroon. My adjustability in persona while growing up, has gained me nick-names such as, Le Marshall, Alain Joker, Kolo-lupemba, L’Enfant aquatique, Class mannequin, not forgetting Slim.
After obtaining my G.C.E, Ordinary and Advanced levels, my higher education was pursued at the University of Yaounde 1, where I obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Geography.
I proceeded by teaching Geography in a Secondary school in Bamenda before providence brought me to Sweden for a Master’s Degree Program in Eco-Technology and Sustainable development at the Mittuniversitetet in Östersund.
Subsequently, I worked as a Topographer in Uppsala before moving to Stockholm to engage in an Industrial firm as a Product Designer.
My desire to understand human complexities reoriented my career objectives to Psychology/psychiatry, thusly prompting my studies in Psykiatri Verksamhet för Barn, Unga och Vuxna; Kognitive Beteendeterpi, Psykodynamisk med inriktning inom KBT steg 1 och 2.
I currently work in a Psychiatric institution in Stockholm, but my insatiable quest for knowledge, still has me bent in books.
Being so passionate about life, my hobbies pirouettes around poetry, astral ruminations, football, music, dance, fashion, reading, watching documentaries, traveling and silence.
“Spännande och gripande berättelser om livsöden och kulturkrockar. Välskriven debutant som belyser frågor om människors erfarenheter och drömmar.“
“Incredible, insightful and outstanding. The author’s unabridged diction escalates reader into marathon of extraordinary narratives from ordinary people who plunged deep in a socio-psychological issues that needed consideration.”