Author Spotlight: Reinfred Addo on Writing, Publishing, and Inspiration

The Ghanaian-American author of ‘The Dedicadas’ shares insights on his craft and his top 3 favourite books

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Image created by editor on Canva. Photo courtesy of Reinfred Addo (raddocentral.com), taken by Robert Johnson.

Our latest Author Spotlight piece, part of a series exclusive to Coffee Time Reviews, features an interview with Reinfred Addo, writer, speech-language pathologist…

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