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Storytime Pup reads The Magic Word...Please share!!

Storytime Pup is such a cute show for little ones… I’m pleased that The Magic Word is now available on the site!

Belief governs actions

I’m currently re-reading one of the old books I’ve been keeping, titled, “The case against Christ.”by John Young. On this blog I will share a portion on the questions about the church in the hope to help and encourage our next generation leaders be equipped and be in love with reading. 343 more words


TransFics and Love Bites!

Hello all! I just got back to the hotel after the TransFics and Love Bites readings at Hugo House! We had a wonderful time, and J.K. 748 more words

Lgbt Fiction

Trig Point Walks on the Isle of Skye and Raasay

Please join the Reading Room at Edinbane Community Hall for an illustrated talk by the authors of Trig Point Walks on the Isle of Skye and Raasay,  243 more words

Has anyone ever told you to put your book down?

Born a free bird I never had the craving or desire to work or do something big. Just wanted to enjoy life, love and be loved. 369 more words


On the Sebitical Stool: KeniKodjoMeetUp and A Reading to Children

18 September 2016

Two events happened this weekend that brought me immense joy and satisfaction. Over the past couple of years, my friend Kofi Akpabli and I have been contributing our bits to the rejuvenation of a reading culture in Ghana, augmenting the efforts of organizations such as the Writers Project of Ghana (WPG holds a book reading at the Goethe Institute on the last Wednesday of every month) and Ghana Association of Writers who hold a fortnightly GAW Sunday event of book reading and poetry plus events on special days such as the upcoming GAWBOFEST which will be holding on 21st September, a holiday. 1,238 more words

Nana Awere Damoah

Book Review #18 - Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon

I got this book at a book reading some weeks back, but I didn’t read it until last Friday. Bury Me Come Sunday, written by Nike Campbell-Fatoki is a collection of short fictional stories. 261 more words