Lynda Nneka Nnagboro is a civil engineer concerned with using her writing to close the gap between Engineering and the Literary World. She believes that words have the power to soften the rigidity of the Engineering world and change the perception that Engineers cannot be creatives. Her interest in the sustainable development goals (SDGs) has led to a career in the renewable energy sector under SDG7, and she hopes to impact each SDG.
Her writing explores themes on family, self-examination, femininity, pain, and imagination. In her writing, she expresses emotions in clear, unique forms that appear personal and relatable to the reader. She weaves words that tell stories of how ancestry can reveal connections we never knew existed.
She has works published in Tush Magazine and her blog. When she is not busy working or writing, she likes to spend her free time watching comedy movies, listening to music, or inventing food recipes. She believes cooking is an underestimated form of art.