Budding writer Etsey Atisu’s ”Epistles to my Bubune ” has been launched in Accra.  The book chronicles everyday issues that break or bind relationships.

Each epistle, brings into perspective the need to invest in each other’s space while at the same time promoting the need to recognize the importance of respecting one’s need to be themselves.  ‘Bubune’ simply means Giving reverence or honour to God.

The launch attracted personalities from all walks of life, especially the media.

BOOK REVIEW: Of Etsey Atisu’s “Epistles to My Bubune”

 The author, Etsey Atisu, who was happy about his maiden book, in his speech, thanked God for how far he has brought him and stressed the need for the youth to invest their time in reading,  to sharpen their spelling and writing skills.

The Chairperson of the launch, Madam Abla Dzifa Gomashie, commended the author and urged all to keep ‘working’ on their relationships and appreciate their partners more each day. She added, “Epistles to my Bubune” is a must read.

The 318 page book was forwarded by Madam Abla Gomashie.

The author, a twin, is a trained journalist with a huge passion for writing right.  He has been writing professionally, since his first year at the Ghana Institute  of Journalism,  where he obtained a Diploma in Communication studies certificate as well as Bachelor of Arts in Communication studies(Public Relations).

See images from the launch below:

Credit: Yayra Lawoe.

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