The Three Little Wolfettes

Age Range: 6 – 18  years

Once upon a time, there was a Daddy Wolf and his three little ugly wolf-cubs. They lived together lovingly in a deep dark forest. Until the day his daughters came of age and they had to leave home to set up on their own. This they did with some difficulty, as they did not know how best to fend for themselves. Moreover, they also had to watch out for a big bad and hostile hog. But with time, teamwork, and determination, the wolfettes survived their forest escapades. And being so kind, they made friends with the big bad hog too. At the end of this tale, Daddy Wolf is reunited with his darling daughters and they all-together lived HAPPILY EVER AFTER.

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Lɔgɔligi Locomotion: A Logologo Collection of Poems

This is a scattered jigsaw of poems that come together to exhibit the world in which the artist, Hondred Percent, inhabits. Each poem is a cog, spinning tales and depictions of Ghana, love, Christianity, life, desire, and women.

Just like life, the poems in this book take you on a journey of loco-motion. The path is wriggly with bumps, smooth roads and ups and downs. Thus, the term ” lɔgɔligi “.

The Poet Rapper immerses readers into his world and thoughts asking questions and repainting the world in his own color.

Lɔgɔligi Locomotion is a unique Ghanaian kente cloth of diverse colours of poetry that navigate emotional landscapes of humor, hope, tragedy, and identity.

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Rising Strong: How the Ability to Reset Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead

‘Thanks to Brené Brown I learned how to be vulnerable… a life changer’ — Miranda Hart

The physics of vulnerability is simple: If we are brave enough often enough, we will fall. This is a book about what it takes to get back up and how owning our stories of disappointment, failure, and heartbreak gives us the power to write a daring new ending. Struggle can be our greatest call to courage and Rising Strong, our clearest path to deeper meaning, wisdom and hope.

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Love, NASAB

Love, NASAB is a collection of poems that touches on the subject of love, happiness, heartbreak, pain, rejection, mental health, self-love and death. The book, developed under five major themes – Love & Happiness, Heartbreaks & In-between, Daddy Issues, Sun Kissed, and Death & Goodbyes – takes its readers on a reflective journey through the different feelings and emotions we are confronted with in our everyday lives.

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Vacancy for a Lover

Vacancy for a Lover is the lead story in a collection that explores diverse themes—love, lust, mind-matter dichotomy, political intrigue and the tragedy of mortal despair.

A young man finds love in the most unusual of places; a poet pines over unrequited love, an intrepid author rethinks his philosophies and a bunch of political players makes plans. …

Vacancy for a Lover is a collection of 10 stories that highlight the author’s attempt at exploring the human condition.

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In His Journey to Fame

“In His Journey to Fame” is a captivating story set somewhere in Africa, where polygamy is a rule, making male children kings is a law and patrilineal inheritance is a norm. It is the first of the trilogy that include ‘Pastors on the Move” and “When women go crazy”.

A young prince is born into a family of nine adult princesses, who also have ambitions to ascend the ultimate crown when their father dies. Ably supported by their mothers, these princesses hatch snares for the young prince in order to eliminate him.

The struggles, trauma, hardships, treachery, deceit and death are beautifully mace and put in a matrix where both the King and the heir apparent died in the process, leaving the nine princesses to battle it out with the young daughter of the prince in their quest to occupy the powerful stool.

In the end it is an all women affair to break the rules, laws, norms and finally tradition.

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Realities Trapped in Ink

Realities Trapped in Ink is a collection of poems and essays. This book looks away from nothing. It is contemplative, funny and bold. The author obviously has an observant eye and is able to examine societal issues with keen intelligence and a concrete set of images.

Realities Trapped in Ink is unique among its contemporaries, producing an entirely new experience for the reader.

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Madness & Tea

Fans of the ‘Madness’ category on the blog Mind of Malaka, rejoice! This book contains pages and pages of just that: absolute insanity, frivolity and utterly unusable information. If you’re ever in need a break from reality; or a little something take your mind off the woes of the world; or if you haven’t found the strength to find humor in your own sorrow, I offer the my angst – and that of half a dozen other willing victims as well – as a panacea for those problems.

Lose yourself in the misadventures of Butt Crack Man or imagine yourself as a victorious troll-capturing woman in rural Tennessee. Fun, fun, fun for everyone!

Warning: May cause mild offense to just about everyone.

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