- Frances Mensah Williams is a Ghanaian-British women's fiction author
- She is an award-winning entrepreneur, executive coach, editor and a recent CBE honouree
- Williams' latest book, Imperfect Arrangements, features smart and strong-willed women dealing with themes of substance including love, guilt, race, careers, and others
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Ghanaian-British Frances Mensah Williams is a women's fiction author whose latest novel, Imperfect Arrangements, projects smart and strong-willed women.
In her latest novel, Frances Mensah Williams uses the power of story-telling to project smart and strong-willed women and also accentuates the interesting and dynamic culture of Accra to the world.
Frances Mensah Williams contemporary British fiction in an African setting features smart, strong-willed women dealing with themes of substance including think love, guilt, race, careers, identity and the challenges of clashing cultures and written in a humorous and accessible style.
Africa.com reports that Imperfect Arrangements, the latest novel from Frances Mensah Williams was released on March 6, 2020.
The fascinating and dynamic culture of Accra, Ghana’s capital city, provides the backdrop to this story of the intertwined lives and relationships of three best friends: Theresa, a Black British ex-pat, Maku, and Lyla.
Theresa has gambled everything in leaving London for cosmopolitan Accra with husband Tyler.
Feisty Maku is desperate for success and her dream white wedding to Nortey. Churchgoing Lyla married Kwesi in haste and is fighting her attraction to another man.
Each couple must deal with the truth of who they have become and the arrangements they have enabled.
On the back of a shifting culture, each woman must come to terms about what and who she is willing to sacrifice for the perfect marriage.
Imperfect Arrangements explores the complex blend of love, ambition, envy and guilt that can nurture or crush relationships, especially when set against cultural norms and conflicting expectations.
According to Africa.com, British best-selling novelist, Dorothy Koomson, describes Imperfect Arrangements as ''a brilliantly written novel'' .
Mensah Williams is also the author of the From Pasta to Pigfoot series featuring pasta-fanatic Londoner, Faye Bonsu, and her struggles to reconcile her British and African cultural identities.
The creative genius is an award-winning entrepreneur, executive coach, editor and recent CBE honouree.
In August 2019, YEN.com.gh reported that former Ghanaian Scripps Bee participant, Adom Appiah, has put out his third book titled Kids can Change the World.
Young Readers’ Edition - Kids can Change the World – Young Readers’ Edition aims to inspire other kids of his age and to urge children to write.
According to Blacknews.com, the 15-year-old's book has already been accepted by the United States Library of Congress.
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