If you think you’ve exhausted all options when progressing your career, there is always something else you can try. That’s what I took away from the Star 100’s ‘In Conversation’ session with TV and KissFM radio presenter Melvin Odoom and Sky TV newsreader Claudia-Liza Armah on 25 February. Continue reading “British-Ghanaian TV personalities share their career tips”
What a year 2016 was for MisBeeeWrites! Thanks to you for your continued support reading, sharing and commenting on my posts. I have made it into some new and exciting publications such as TheNewBlackMagazine.com, Nuime.com and Kasoma Online. Continue reading “MisBeee hits the press”
* Since writing this piece on 26 December 2016, the AllAfrica Customer Service department finally responded to me on 5 January 2017. They have removed the article but have failed to clarify how they sourced my story and why someone else had been cited as the author. See below for more details. Continue reading “Open Letter to Victor Owusu-Bediako and allafrica.com”
This piece was updated at 15:00 on 5 December 2016 to include the response from the John Lewis press office (see final paragraph). The blog was originally published at 00:36 on 5 December 2016.
There was a time – not too long ago – when the airing of the Coca Cola advert in the UK heralded the start of the Christmas season. But in my opinion, UK high street supermarket adverts are slowly but surely stealing Coke’s thunder. Anticipating what our retail chains are going to come out with annually has become a big talking point that even deserves column inches in our top newspapers. Continue reading “Where has the Black family gone from the John Lewis Christmas advert?”
Here is a selection of MisBeee Writes articles that have made it into the press Continue reading “MisBeee Writes in the media – 2016”
MisBeee Writes readers, you’ve done it again!!!
I am through to the shortlist for The Ghana Blogging and Social Media Awards. Continue reading “Vote for me!!!!…. because blogging is finger-clicking good”