Tips on how to keep your books in “Great” condition

I get sad books when I see books with torn covers, yellow pages and dog eared pages. In a recent discussion with a friend who works in a library, he stated that the maintenance culture of Ghanaians is poor and totally non-existence. In less than 6 months of the establishment of the library, about half of the book pages are dog eared and a few have been left in worse condition. I guess this discussion inspired this blog post.

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5 Tips for Setting Reading Goals:

It is that time of the year when people sit down to reflect on the previous year and make resolutions or set goals for the New Year. I have observed that people often include work/carrier goals, fitness & nutrition goals, personal development goals among others in their New Year resolution and exclude reading goals. Reading goals are very important as fitness & nutrition OR work/carrier goals.

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Project Lit Community launched in Ghana

Project Lit Ghana (214)

Saturday 23rd November marked in important day in the literary sphere in Ghana as Booktique Ghana (an online bookstore) and e-Ananse Library partnered to launch the Project Lit Community at an event dubbed “Just Read it” Book Meetup. The Book Meet up which was held at the e-Ananse Library University of Ghana, played host to five Ghanaian writers and four Nigerian writers.

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