Tuesday, April 23, 2019
A Lady Who Loves To Read

A Lady Who Loves To Read

Cape Coast…Somewhere in the 1990s A little girl descends the hill from the Mfantsipim Staff Flats. Her dad is a teacher in The School so...
Times

Capture The Spirit of The Times

I would like to thank all the people who sent me messages about last week’s short story. As I have always said, feedback from...
reading

The Sebitically Romantic Ho Experience

For the few lucky people like me who were involved in planning the event, Romancing Ho Sebitically was not just a one day, few hours, event but a weekend trip that entailed many “romantic” happenings. The reading event itself was the best icing on the cake for an excellent finishing.
Questions. Damn Questions

Fathiya Reviews: Questions. And Damn Questions

I have heard people say "own your flaws so that nobody gets to use them against you". However, I seldom come across people who...
Kenkey

‘Kenkey For Ewes’ to be launched at Pagya 2018

A book featuring the short stories of 27 young Ghanaians will be launched at Pagya! Literary Festival, at the Goethe Institute, on Sunday. Titled Kenkey For...
movie

Writing-Worthy Lessons From A Movie

Last weekend, my friend Perk recommended a movie to me. “You’d love it”, he convinced me. “It is about writing”, he added. And that...
Reading

Two PhD Candidates Fall In Love; It’s Love At First Reading

It had been a leisurely walk up the tree-lined University Avenue from the Kwame Nkrumah Institute of African Studies (IAS). We had walked to...
tickled

Behold! I Was Tickled Sebitically

The book reading initiative is one of the best things that this country has. As I read feedback from people on Facebook, I wish and pray that the readings will grow bigger and better and permeate all parts of the Ghanaian society. I hope and pray the reading culture will catch on with as many people.
Ayesha Harruna Attah

Meeting Ayesha Harruna Attah: An Evening of A Big Surprise And Seven Lessons

There is a conception that creative people are different from the large mass of people. Though it isn't always true, there is a great...
Unforgettable

Book Review: Unforgettable by Nesta Jojoe Erskine

Title: Unforgettable – Living A Life That Matters Author: Nesta Jojoe Erskine Year of Publication: 2018 Number of pages: 127 Publisher: Hetura Books Reviewer: Elikem M. Aflakpui When I read...