Adwoa Amoako Adjei, a youthful law firm and author has released her 1st fictional novel titled ‘Mixed Up’.
The reserve launch which took place on September 18 at the Accra City Lodge was met with significantly help and enthusiasm from a host of noteworthy public dignitaries.
The party was chaired by Nana Kwasi Gyan-Appenteng, the present President of Ghana Affiliation of Writers and the earlier chairman of the Nationwide Media Commission.
Mixed Up as indicated by Nyamekye Nkansah at the start acquire the reader on a journey by means of the lifetime of a youthful lady who faces agony, horror and battles in her like daily life. It touches on her lifetime as a teen and engages the reader’s empathy.
Ms Adjei hopes to pique the desire of several non-audience and viewers across the country and internationally with her ebook.
She indicated that in addition to the e book presenting the modern-day Ghanaian tale to the earth it will also persuade youthful talents to enterprise into crafting.
The e-book start was attended by numerous general public officers which include the Initially Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hon. Joe Osei Owusu, Deputy Particular Prosecutor, Mrs Cynthia Lamptey, Deputy Minister for Regional Federal government and Rural Growth and Member of Parliament for New Juaben North.
Adwoa, 26, who also happens to be a attorney unveiled that she has 2 other textbooks in the works and hopes to have a assortment of her books soon.
As the 1st Ghanaian writer to publish a mystery thriller novel and also the first female Ghanaian to self-publish a mystery thriller-romance novel, Ms Amoako Adjei considers this e book launch a dream appear genuine.
“So generally than I’ll like to admit, I have been in a posture wherever individuals doubt my capabilities and so normally I am proud to say, I have been in a place to establish them incorrect. I believe that you can do something when you problem on your own. I dreamt, I preferred that aspiration and I labored to it. And this is a dream arrive real.”
Her need is to build a even larger entire world for literature in the country than has been seen in the previous.
Other attendees have been Hon. K. Boateng Adjei, Chief of Tinkong and CEO of Hill Palace Resort, Peduase, Nana Toprah, Director at Nationwide Petroleum Company, Mr Samuel Asare-Bediako, Eastern Regional Bar President, Kwasi Amoako Adjei, President of Ghana Rowing Affiliation, Attorney Stephen Bekoe and a lot of other folks.