My name is Confidence. Writing under the name Aku Sedodo. I am Ghanaian and that is where I reside. I'm a student who loves to write, my pen and notebook are never far away from me. I love nature too and love having quiet times with my Father. All critiques and reviews very welcome!
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
Growing up, I found myself in the quiet suburbs in the second largest city in Ghana. On holidays, when most of my peers would find themselves busy at play, I would find myself some of my dad's novels and read. Occasionally my dad would get me new ones when he saw how interested I was. It took a book gifted me by my Uncle to get me thinking about writing. And I've been writing ever since that young age, the quiet atmosphere being the back bone as in the silence my thoughts flow freely and I channel it through a pen onto a paper
What's the story behind your latest book?
The story of Choosing came about as I was thinking about life and how we make the choice to hand our will over to God for his will to become ours. I was sort of in a state where I was wondering if I made the right choice in choosing for the Lord's will to be done in my life and there the idea was born.
Faced with the choice of taking a side, and both sides provides you with things you could never imagine and do want. But to know whom to choose you must know the truth. Follow Eunice as she makes her choice.
The Life I Left Behind
on April 01, 2015
This really does apply to the Christian life. It was so detailed, I felt I knew the characters. God bless for writing this book
The Storm's Journey
on March 12, 2016
Two people with abusive pasts meet and there is an instant connection. But to work on that connection, they must look to the one who drew them together in the first place. As they draw closer to each other and work on overcoming the pain of their past.
And to deal with that, Tiffany and Toby are surrounded by friends that are more like family who help them each step of the way. The Storms Journey reaches out to the abused and relates to them in a way that provides healing and hope.
I realize through this book that we walk through storms in the journey of life but with our eyes on Christ we can make it out stronger.
Miss Lydia Fairbanks and the Losers Club
on May 21, 2016
I love this book. I love how it kept me glued and always wondering what will happen next. Absolutely felt Lydia was real and had to warn myself it's a book. This is an interesting and well written book. I'll give it five stars because you can read and not get tired of it. God bless you Mr . Duane
on June 14, 2016
I love this book. It easily hooked me from beginning to the end. Wonderfully written. I give a five stars cause I enjoyed it. God bless you sir.
A Beautiful Faith
on June 25, 2017
Through her telling, Kay Edwards provides insight into the plight of souls in darkness and unimaginable anguish are revealed. You get to feel the pain of this young woman and her beautiful faith which is simply amazing. Also you experience the joy she has finally coming to God's feet and the joy that she actually meets her other half right there in His presence. Even after losing her everything she gains all in the gift of a loving family who introduce her to a world of love.