Sebitically Speaking: How it Strikes Me – Antoinette Herrmann-Condobrey

In an information-saturated age where skimming through pages has virtually become the standard for reading, you know you got something unique when you find your head willingly buried in a book, checking out every line and with a smile. That is what Nana Awere Damoah gives you in Sebitically Speaking.   Inspired by Damoah’s late

Great time at book reading and signing!

On Saturday 10 January 2015, Kofi Akpabli and I had three sessions of readings at Totally Youth, North Ridge from 11am till 4.30pm, with the audience also reading their favourite excepts and chapters of our books. The second session was jam-packed! We are grateful to the moderators of the sessions: Anny Osabutey (1st session), Kwame

2 Authors, 8 Books, 1 Agenda – Book Reading: 10 January 2015

You are cordially invited to an event for Celebrating Ghanaian Authorship and Writing.   Book reading. Book Signing. Interaction. 10 January 2015. Venue: Totally Youth (opposite Alisa Hotel, North Ridge, Accra). Hourly readings from 10am till 3pm, from 8 books: Excursions in my mind, Sense of Savannah, Through the Gates of Thought, Tickling the Ghanaian,

Author Speech – Launch of I Speak of Ghana

AUTHOR SPEECH AT THE LAUNCH OF I SPEAK OF GHANA 06 DECEMBER 2013   Yesterday, in the afternoon, I drove from Lashibi to Tema with my friend Kola Nut (Kofi Larbi) and my kids to pick up my mum who had just arrived from Wasa. It was in my sister’s home in Community 11 that