Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Literary Fiction, Romantic Fiction

Writer Biography

I was born in 1982 and grew up in Praso, a small town, a few miles from the coast of Ghana. My local community has a traditional history of story-telling, which is an important part of my cultural heritage. As a child I learnt some of the values of life whilst listening to my Grandfather’s stories and these early influences are reflected in the stories I write today. Whilst at college, I had the privilege to serve as a student counsellor, an executive adviser of an independent club and a club chaplain. I left Ghana in 2001 to study at Nottingham University where I gained a BA (Hons) in Finance and Accounting and, subsequently, an MSc in Banking and Finance at Loughborough University.

During the time I have lived in the UK, I have always remembered, and been supported by, the Ghanaian stories of my childhood.


Selected Publications

Of Life and Love: Eight Moral Tales

Performances & Workshops

I attended the writers industry conference 2010 held at Loughborough.

Available for the following:

  • Lectures / Talks / Panels
  • Teaching
  • Workshops
  • Community Group Work
  • Volunteering
  • Work Experience/Qualifications

    I have served as a student counsellor, an executive advisor and a club chaplain, all at college level.

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    My Work

    Of Life and Love: Eight Moral Tales
    Publisher: Matador Publishing

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