Journeys into Creativity: African Writers Tell their Story


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Eleven determined African writers share their joys, struggles and aspirations on their personal writing journeys. All are published authors. These writers are busy people with regular jobs from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Some with demanding professions. But even so they make time to write with personal conviction and commitment. Journey with them in this book and discover what motivates them to brave the storms of discouragement and trial that sometimes cloud their wars as writers. They keep writing!

Published in 1994, this is a pure classic and a must-have for every young writer and even established writers.

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Lawrence Darmani

Lawrence Darmani is a Ghanaian novelist and publisher. His first novel, Grief Child, won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize as best first book from Africa. He is editor of Step magazine, and CEO of Step Publishers. He also writes devotional articles for Our Daily Bread, which touches the lives of many Christians around the world.

He is married and lives in Accra with his family. Lawrence enjoys church life and volunteers at other Christian ministry activities. He says that he derives writing ideas "out of personal experiences, reading, testimonies, and observing the world around me."

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