British Council

Conversations with Writers – Interview by Ambrose Musiyiwa

Nana Awere Damoah is a Ghanaian Chevening alumnus who studied in Ghana and in the United Kingdom. He keeps a blog of his articles at Excursions in my Mind. So far, he has written and published two books, Through the Gates of Thought (Athena Press, 2010) and Excursions in my Mind (Athena Press, 2008). His

Through the Gates of Thought: a review – by Francis Doku

I AM notorious for not being a big fan of motivational books hence I do not spend my time reading many of them. My reason is simple: it appears to me that most authors of motivational books just recycle old material, put new covers on them and then take them to the market to sell

Interview with British Council Africa – December 2006

Full transcript (unabridged), done in December 2008, just before the book launch for my first book, ‘Excursions in My Mind’. ================================ 1. Can you tell me more about yourself? My name is Nana Awere Damoah, born in Accra, Ghana and residing in Tema, Ghana, with my family – my wife, Vivian, and our boys, Nana