Review: Letters to my future wife

Award winning journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni launched his second book, Letters to my future wife, on 3rd May. He gave me the honour of reviewing his book at the launch, which was attended by people from all walks of life. I was hesitant at first because I don’t consider my writing style to be ‘serious-review-at-launch’ worthy, but Manasseh wouldn’t take no for an answer. So … Continue reading Review: Letters to my future wife

Searching For Story Series? Check Out My Top 3 Lady Bloggers

Originally posted on Joseyphina's World:
So you know I’ve started a new series called?Swapping Places (The Twin Game)?? and if you haven’t read it yet, I encourage you to do so. I’ve planned to put up a roundup post of other story series from other amazingly talented writers that I’ve been relishing for some time now. I figured it would be selfish on my… Continue reading Searching For Story Series? Check Out My Top 3 Lady Bloggers

Final Lessons From The KeniKodjo Story

Originally posted on Pappy's Space:
Photo Credit: Makeni Padiki kodjo Facebook Profile I’m finally drawing the curtains down on the lessons that could be derived from the KeniKodjo Story. I must admit, it’s been fun chronicling these lessons. The final lesson that could be learned from the kenikodjo story is, We all need each other to survive. As I scrolled through her blog, I… Continue reading Final Lessons From The KeniKodjo Story

Lessons 3 & 4 from the Kenikodjo story

Originally posted on Pappy's Space:
Photo Credit: teamblackimage studios I’m here to fulfill the promise I made yesterday to continue with the lessons that could be learned from the KeniKodjo story.Before I do that, I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who read the post,especially the amazing keni kodjo  readers. I’ve never received such traffic on my blog like yesterday. It shows… Continue reading Lessons 3 & 4 from the Kenikodjo story

Lessons learnt From the KeniKodjo Story(Best blog of the year winner)

Originally posted on Pappy's Space:
Photo Credit:Blogging Ghana I had  the privilege to attend the 4th edition of the Blogging Ghana Awards which took place at the Chartered Institute of Bankers Hall, East Legon on 20th May 2016. The purpose of the awards ceremony was to award individuals and organizations who have distinguished themselves in the field of blogging and Social Media. I must admit,… Continue reading Lessons learnt From the KeniKodjo Story(Best blog of the year winner)

This one is for all of us! 

One word to describe how I feel about #BloGhAwards16: WOW!!  When I walked up to receive the Best Blog Award, I shared snippets of the Kenikodjo story. I started updating my Facebook status more frequently two years ago because I was done with National Service and out of a job. (Vodafone browned me😢)  I wrote about everything- from roasted plantain to trotro mates and dumsor. … Continue reading This one is for all of us!