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Kinna Reads is hosting the second annual Ghanaian Literature Week which begins Monday, November 14th and runs through Sunday, November 20th.

I’ve gathered a small stack and I’m making bookish plans: one of my favourite things to do…make book lists!

So I plan to read one children’s book (Adwoa Badoe’s Ananse Stories) because I’ve been curious about her work since I read her novel Between Sisters earlier this year. (That’s the skinny book at the bottom of this stack.)

And I plan to read a short story and an interview (these two collections are also in the photo, the top and the third book).

And that’s the end of my plans; that’s where the possibilities kick in.

I could re-read Esi Edugyan’s Half-Blood Blues. 

Or I could finally read her first novel which I’ve had on my shelves for years.

But I’ve got some others to choose from here. What do you think?

Which should I push to the top of my reading plans for this week’s event?

If you’re participating, what are you planning to read?

::rubs palms in anticipation::