This is my fourth month in Ghana, and I'm only just getting into the writing flow! I originally came to Ghana to do some research for the sequel to my novel 'Single, Spiritual...AND Sexual!'. It didn't take long for me to realise that the information I was seeking (around sex rituals) wasn't to be found here. … Continue reading New Cover Designs for the Revised Editions of my books!
My Tenth Week in Ghana: On Sunday I travelled 5 hours to the oil city of Takoradi for an interview with Bob Gee on Melody 91.1fm for his show 'The Hall of Fame'; I was surprised at how much research he had done regarding my books, art and poetry - he even read stuff I'd … Continue reading Two interviews in the oil city of Takoradi!
I've been in Ghana for two months already, where has the time flown to? I spent the first month in the beautiful beach resort of Kokrobite, after my 10 day tour with The Calabash Hub. I tried sitting at my computer to write, but nothing came! I decided not to beat myself up about it, … Continue reading Two months in Ghana already!
Just in case you weren’t able to follow my posts on Facebook, here’s a quick run-down of my 10-day tour of Ghana with The Calabash Hub; it was action-packed, so I’m only able to share the highlights: I missed the flight with the group because I booked my ticket in the name ‘Cezanne’ instead of … Continue reading My Tour of Ghana with the Calabash Hub
I'm really excited, I'm leaving for Ghana TOMORROW! This is going to be a trip of a lifetime; First I'm doing a 10-day Cultural Tour with The Calabash Hub, where we will be travelling all around Ghana; I'm especially looking forward to visiting the place where my ancestors were held in squalid conditions before being … Continue reading Leaving for Ghana TOMORROW!
I'm finally on my way to fulfilling my dream of visiting my Motherland! I'll be doing a 10 day tour with The Calabash Hub from the 7th November, including visiting Cape Coast where my ancestors were held in dungeons before being transported across the Middle Passage to be sold into slavery. After the tour, when … Continue reading 3 Weeks to Go for Ghana!