On Saturday 21st September 2019, Booktique Ghana held it’s first Book Reading with multiple award-winning broadcast journalist and C. E. O. of GDA Media Oheneyere Dr. Gifty Anti.
The Spider King’s Daughter is a beautiful and intriguing story written by author Chibundu Onuzo about the love of billionaire Olumade Johnson’s only daughter and a Lagos street hawker “Runner G”
On Tuesday 8th October, 2019 twenty-five (25) finalists for the 2019 National Book Awards for Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Translated Literature, and Young People’s Literature (YPL) were announced.
On most days, I find myself reading up to four (4) books at a time. Yes 4! Two e-Books on my phone, one physical book when I am commuting (always in my bag) and one bed side book. I love to read and I try to find space and time to read wherever and whenever. I really can’t help it.
The Shimmigrant tells the intriguing story of a young girl named Obaa Yaa. The story starts from the birth of Obaa Yaa in her village in Kumasi, to the big city Accra and then to her final destination America.
No! Please do not stop” he responded, “. It is better to ask for forgiveness than ask for permission. Come with me. Let’s run. Let’s go to a place where they won’t find us” obviously enjoying the lure of the forbidden.
She is a midwife, book aficanado and art critic. She likes to believe she’s suffering from bibliomania but is disciplined enough not to allow it affect her neither social relations nor health.
On Thursday 15th August 2019, I found my way to the e-Ananse Library/The BabyNest, Osu near the Soul Restaurant (Accra-Ghana). I was instantly transported to my happiest childhood memories.
However, when I turned 22, I stumbled on my first memoir and that changed my life completely. It changed my reading style and how I see life.
My name is Maame Yaa Tiwaa Nantwi. I’m 23years of age and an old student of Achimota Senior High and an alumna of the University of Ghana. I love to read.