Do you love seeing Ghanaian bookworms on Instagram? Do you also love finding your next read on Instagram? To make sure you follow Ghanaian bookworms on Instagram, we compiled a list of Bookstagrammers representing the country and the continent.
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.
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.
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.
Friday 9th August 2019 marked the National Book Lover’s Day across the world and book lovers on social media shared photos of their books and their bookish moments.