Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Meet Author Diana Mcbagonluri

Diana McBagonluri is a Ghanaian writer with several books to her name. She writes different genres and audience. Whereas most of her books are for children and teens, she also have books that satisfy the adult population. She is the author of the English text books for primary schools currently used in public schools in Ghana. 


Diana McBagonluri's Collection:
Drama:
Boomerang (February 2001), this is available on amazon.
King's Drumbeat (Kindle Edition published on September 18, 2010), also available on amazon.

Novellete

Mother's Tribute (Kindle Edition was published on September 18, 2010. Click here to make a purchase.

Novel
Tears of a Rain Goddess, is also on amazon.


Short Story Books for Children
My Brother the Footballer (Kindle Edition, September 14, 2010)
Bee Ninja (Kindle Edition, September 2010)
Both of these books is available on amazon.

Serialised Fantasy Novel

Sons of the Skroll: The Battle of the Tigers (August 7, 2010). Sons of the Skroll is one novel I would love to read just because of the the title, and this is saying something since I am not a Fantasy reader. For all you readers out there who love the fantasy genre give this book a try and let's discuss. This novel is available on amazon.

Diana McBagonluri, who is related to Fred McBagonluri by marriage, has agreed to have an interview with me so keep watching this space. I would also try to post the synopsis or a brief intro on each book. 

10 comments:

  1. Wow, I'm always motivated by such prolific writers. I look forward to the interview.

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  2. I like this combination... that they're both writers. That's interesting. I just can't wait to hear her other side of her writing life. Looking forward to this interview!

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  3. Oh interesting that some of the books are on Kindle. I might just have to pick one up to round out my Ghanaian literature week... though it is pretty heavily weighted to young adult lit at the moment!

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  4. @Geosi, I would be bringing it to you...

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  5. @Amy, I hope you are able to read at least one. However, I know you try to spread your reading titles and I appreciate that.

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  6. Glad to have found you via the Hop. Can't wait to learn more about African literature from you!

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  7. Wonderful! I can't wait for the interview!

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  8. @Susan, I hope I am able to provide you your need concerning African Literature

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  9. @Marie... if all go well it would come to you. thanks for always coming back

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