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When Last Did You Read A Book Written by A Liberian?

It’s raining; I’m in bed with a bottle of wine and a great book.  Ok, this is not a romance movie, just me reminiscing on what I consider a great day.  I’ve always enjoyed reading, since I was a little girl.  I do have a huge collection of books around my house.  There is a connection between my love for reading and another passion of mine, Liberian arts and culture.  I do have passion for Liberian traditional music, food, fashion, arts and drinks.  I’ve come to realize that there is something very important that is missing from my list, Liberian literature.  How could that be?  For someone who loves to read and has a passion for the Liberian culture, why is my collection of Liberian literature so low?  Well, I’m on a quest to fix that and if you are in the same situation as I am, I’m encouraging you to join me.  Below is a list of few books written by Liberian authors, please take a look and start building your collection of Liberian books.  One Love. 


  1. Thanks for the plug..."Sassywood Man"...and thanks too for the introduction to other Liberian authors.


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