Review: The Tale of an Orphan

Book Title: The Tale of an Orphan: A Lesson to Learn Synopsis: This book is about life. How painful and beautiful it can be. It is a lesson teacher as well as a comforter. It is an encourager as well as a chastiser. It is a journey through a storm with a triumphant ending. It is a book that can help change the world; a spellbinding memoir of childhood aching sadness and desperate humor. It is a testament which makes you believe, in spite of poverty and death, there is hope for the future.This chronicle of amazing triumph against all odds will help you understand life properly and live to be a blessing to the world. REVIEW:

“Richard Paa Kofi Botchwey has stunned the world with this extraordinary tale of how a family endured poverty. But what sticks with us is his generosity to share and his richness to inspire.”


CNN/Multichoice Journalist Awards Winner (Arts & Culture)

Author: Tickling the Ghanaian- Encounters with Contemporary Culture

A Sense of Savannah- Tales of a friendly Walk through Northern Ghana Author Bio: Richard Paa Kofi Botchwey is an internationally known Ghanaian Writer, a trained Conventional Stock Trader, a Blogger, a Poet, an Idealist, a Photo Journalist & a Public Speaker.  Born into a humble but poor family, he has come out as a strong, moral, determined young man. He is the founder & CEO of Orphan Trust Movement, an organization established to encourage orphans like himself and make an everlasting difference in their lives by giving them books, clothes and the basic necessities of life.  His organization’s mission is to encourage children, no matter their gender, color, size, religion and origin to arise and bless the world with their potentials. His poems, Life lessons & The Birds were published by Rising Artist Magazine (April 2009) and Imbue Life Publications (December 2010) in U.S.A respectively. Several of his captivating essays such as The Slaps Switch & I’ve Said I Can’t Too Often have also been published online. Kiss of Death, The Soon Drama and The Muted Island are some of his poems which have gained much attention around the world. Currently, he is working on his next books: My Shoes Don’t Fit—a Young Man’s Conversations with God and a novel—The Girl Who Swallowed Fire. For more information, please visit: Purchase Link/Website ON AMAZON: ON BARNES AND NOBLE: ON WATERSONES: ON BOOKWORLD: ON KOBOBOOKS: ON ITUNES: ON SRC.COM.GH:
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