Well I’ve been off for sometime now and though I may have a plethora of sound reasons to justify my hiatus, I owe my wonderful readers a sincere apology for not keeping up with the pace of this exciting blogtober challenge. So my dear readers, I beg your sincere forgiveness. Now let’s talk about pink. […]Read More LET’S TALK ABOUT PINK
Some time ago, an older colleague at work showed me an article by the now departed, distinguished, Ghanaian diplomat S.K. B. Asante titled Reading Maketh a Man which was published in the dailies. In it, the venerable patriot sought to bring his readers to the light of the timeless essence of reading. Today, on the […]Read More LET’S READ THESE
I never considered writing a review of anything, be it a movie or book but here I find myself at a task never thought of in my writing journey, so this is my first review- of course apart from the mundane drudgery of literature review in academic circles. I have in later times enjoyed the […]Read More BLOGTOBER CHALLENGE DAY 3 MOVIE REVIEW: PERFECT PICTURE 10 YEARS LATER
Once I met a friend. She is Akosua. She is a poetess. She is a kindred spirit. She told me about a challenge she called “blogtober.” She said we could have a group of writers come together and write on various topics for each day in the month of October. “Let’s challenge ourselves to bring […]Read More Blogtober Challenge Day 1: Just a teenager in love
(Ofuntu wuo san batatwene) They danced treacherously on the evening’s cold winds, singing an unwanted melody that was too piercing for praise. Such nuisance! “Complete nuisance!” She applauded their detestable performance with venom and vengeance. Okonore beat the nocturnal air, slapping her tall, dark legs with the piece of cloth in her right hand. Another […]Read More WHEN THE TREE DIES, THE CLIMBING PLANT DIES WITH IT.
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak WaltonRead More The Journey Begins