It has been long – but it is never too late to read a good story! I was inspired by a colleague’s story to put this fictional piece together. I hope you enjoy it. Feel free to leave a comment and share! Happy Reading!
I have been very silent for a little too long. Forgive me. I am putting together amazing things for your reading pleasure in the year 2018. I pray the plans will pull through. In the meantime, I intend to make the rest of 2017 count. This is a short story – I hope you enjoy it.
Sophia stared at the raindrops as they smashed into the mesh behind the closed louver blades. Continue reading “Longing…”
The first day I met her, “beautiful” was the last thing on my mind. The dress she had on was terrible and her face told the same story.
Pomaa was bored out of her mind. She counted the minutes that passed and passively drummed on the notepad on her lap. Continue reading “Exposed!”
The Mpeasem villagers couldn’t remember the last time the sun’s rays were so harsh and Kwakyewaa couldn’t have been more glad. The icy feel of the wind against her cheeks were getting too familiar. Continue reading “Chasing Dreams”
Bitter Honey is a Ghana-based series, centered around the Quartey family. Kojo Quartey; a taxi driver, his wife Aba; who runs a bank’s canteen, and their three children; Kuku, Abena and Maama live through a series of fortunate and unfortunate events. The Bitter Honey series tells the story of different bittersweet experiences that build their characters and teach them life lessons. Enjoy. *** Previously on Bitter Honey… Kojo was … Continue reading Episode 15 – The Midnight Call
Hi Guys! So its been a while since I put up an episode of Bitter Honey🙈. I promise to be good from this week on… Here’s a brief description of the series, and the newest episode in the series. *** Bitter Honey is a Ghanaian-based series, centered around the Quartey family. Kojo Quartey; a taxi driver, his wife Aba; who runs a bank’s canteen, and their three … Continue reading Episode 14 – Blurred Lines
Esther enjoyed quiet nights. She loved admiring the night sky and was fascinated by windows. Her favorite window at home was the one in her bedroom. It was a big glass window with white wooden casings. It helped her ‘think bigger’. Continue reading “Cravings”