African Roar

Shiny, Bright and New – Review by Maureen Moore

Current events in the good ole U.S. of A. are causing me to turn my sights abroad for inspiration. Thus today’s perspective focuses on the recent work of Nana Awere Damoah, an emerging writer in Ghana whose work is simultaneously intellectual and inspirational. Damoah has published two books, including Through the Gates of Thought, as

Guardian of the Rented well – short story (complete)

  The man behind the desk was bent over sheets of paper spread all over the desk. He was seriously working, oblivious of the rhythmic humming of the air conditioner, the soft music being played on the radio, and the continuous knocking on his door. The secretary, who was not unaware of this occasional eccentric

Outlets in Ghana and worldwide for my books

Accra: Silverbird Lifestyle Shop, Accra Mall; Beacon Bookshop at Special Plaza 1, East Legon; Evinodent Bookhouse, Near TV Africa, Awudome. Cape Coast: Contact Mr Johnson Adjei of the Department of Science and Maths Education, University of Cape Coast, Old Site. Call or text on 0243562189. Takoradi: Princess Chemist, in Mankessim White House, near STC. Contact

Exciting news – my books now available in Kenya!

Exciting news for those in Kenya and East Africa. You can get both of my books (Excursions in my mind and Through the Gates of Thought) as well as the anthology African Roar, which features my story Truth Floats, via The links are: Through the Gates of Thought: Excursions in My Mind: