i have been recently nominated for the Leibster Award by a fellow blogger and literary soul sister @Mizzpeh. in that small frame of hers lies an amazingly talented writer that says her mind freely in her articles and brings to the fore some personal issues that we usually take for granted. she makes the phrase ‘it’s the little things that count’ take on a new meaning.

iImage  i am truly honored for the nomination and i thank all my readers especially you and anyone who reads my posts.

now to answer Mizzpeh’s 10 Questions:

1. What inspires you to write?

the thought of my brain as a muscle becoming defunct and weak inspires me to write.

2. Summarise yourself in a sentence.

crazy fun with a warped sense of humor

3. What legacy do you want to leave behind?

a legacy of the knowledge that life is simple and you don’t have to complicate it any more than it is

4. Your favourite place to write?

obviously behind the pc but it’s actually the loo

5. What do you want your blog to be remembered for?

a blog full of articles that will be food for thought

6. What is your best and worst quality?

best quality is my intelligence and worst quality is my compassion

7. What is the most memorable day in your life and why?

the day there was no food in the house and an auntie we haven’t heard from in years just dropped by with a van load of food.

in a matter of hours we were distributing foodstuffs in the neighborhood. miracles do happen!

8. What are you most passionate about?

my life and my wife

9. What do you cherish the most?

life and love. once we have life, you know you gotta have love.

10. Your advice to others?

the resources are there and if you can make somebody’s life better with your articles why hold back. keep writing!

My Nominees:

1.      @Nana Awere Damoah accomplished writer and blogger who with witty satires easily brings to the fore the state of the Ghanaian nation

2.      Soulbase: this guy is so creative his forte, i think, is suspense. He keeps you getting  on the edge of your seat with imagery that will even make a chameleon just wanna stay where it is and not merge into the shrub.

3.      Kwame Gyan: a sharp wit that goes with sharp fingers. If only tongues could write, i am pretty sure his would have been branded a double edged sword. Journalist by training and communication expert by profession, he puts his skill to pointing out what evils plague our society. His articles on entertainment are classic pieces to always refer to.

4.      Mynah: the self professed thinker. His pledge is to leave a legacy of food for thought and his random posts will irritate you and force you to read.

5.      Bernach Buachi’s daily posts have come to be a ritual for me. Wake up and check my mail for his posts because he always have an interesting perspective on all subjects from various topics

6.      Efo Dela;Sars Poetica is a blog post that makes you lick your lips and tickle yourself for the puns and imagery in the poetry. Creativity at its best.

7.      Mutombo da Poet writes in free flowing prose no embellishments and it is like he is talking to you when he meets you in the street. A constant street walker i love reading about his experiences and views on society.

8.      Akua Asare’s Reflections give an insight into love and life of a person carving an identity for herself. When i want to feel human, this is the blog to read. It is very humbling to see and read such talents.

9.      ReboundGh; what is all this intellectual activity without a bit of recreation. This blog provides me with the latest on my favourite sport basketball in Ghana and how to make it better. Serious articles on how to blend sports and life and its importance to a person’s personal growth and development.

10.  Adventures from: this blog is profound for the liberalization of African women and their thoughts right from the bowels of women’s bedrooms. Women telling the story of women in this modern day African society where sex is not discussed. Trend setting if you ask me.


1.       1 What is your most memorable or favorite blog piece you have written? Why?

2.       2  Who inspires you?

3.       3 Summarize yourself in a sentence.

4.       4 What is your best and worst quality?

5.        5  Where is your favorite place to write?

6.       6 What do you want your blog to be remembered for?

7.       7 What are you most passionate about?

8.       8 If you could meet any blogger, who would it be?
9 what do you think of Ghana and Africa? Can we make it?
10 what is the one thing you will not live without?

Thanks again to @Mizzpeh for the nomination.

Now, in order to formally accept this award you must:

  1. Link back the person who nominated you (me!)
  2. Answer the 10 questions which were given to you by the nominator (above)
  3. Nominate 10 other bloggers for this award who have less than 200 followers
  4. Create 10 questions for your nominees to answer
  5. Let the nominees know that they have been nominated by going to their blog and notifying them
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3 Responses to “LEIBSTER AWARD”

  1. My blog is currently undergoing renovations darling…when it does, I can answer these questions and thank you ever much for nominating me!

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