- A young Ghanaian author by name Ebenezer Agbey Quist has launched his latest title on WhatsApp
- The book is titled Cheers & Tears of After-School Life and is meant to help young people find their feet in life and also guide them on rare principles of success
- According to Ebenezer, the total cost of getting the soft-copy book via WhatsApp and email is worth $100 (>GHC500) but currently going for only $3 (GHC 15.99) and anyone in Ghana or around the world can get theirs in a limited time
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Ebenezer Agbey Quist, a 24-year-old Ghanaian author has launched his latest powerful book Cheers and Tears of After-School Life on WhatsApp amid the COVID-19 spread.
Authoritative information from YEN.com.gh indicates that Cheers and Tears, as it is shortly put, was launched on June 13, 2020.
This becomes the young author's second big title after his first book Reformed Or Deformed. Reformed Or Deformed, according to Ebenezer, is a complete guide he wrote for tertiary school students to help them graduate (reformed) without regrets (deformed).
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Speaking on why he chose to launch the book online instead of the traditional online book launch, Ebenezer gives a number of reasons.
"We decided to launch online as it is very inexpensive for both the reader and the writer. There is no cost of transporting the book, no expense on a physical venue and the like. Furthermore, everyone at the launch got the book in soft copy in seconds."
He further adds that "this was also an innovative way we thought would help achieve the goal of launching the book but not expose anyone to a risk of contracting COVID-19".
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Cheers and Tears of After-School Life speaks about how young graduates can find their feet amid the different storms life greets them with when they finish school and teaches them the principles needed to become successful.
Ebenezer categorically mentions that with all the investments, energy, and costs put together, the 168-paged Cheers and Tears of After-School Life is worth more than $100.
However, it is currently going for just $3 and anyone in Ghana or around the world can get the entire text simply filling a short form to register.
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, the former captain of the Black Stars, Stephen Appiah, has narrated to the surprise of everyone how his greatness came out of extreme humility and by serving others.
Stephen Appiah, who has also been on the management board of the senior national team of Ghana, made the eye-popping statements in a JoyNews Extra interview sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram handle of Blagogee.
According to the football icon, he used to serve anyone ahead of him without any ego and still does so anytime he meets the people who came before him.
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