The 2022 Los Angeles Times Book Festival presents,


From Ghana to the Bronx, USA – A memoir of an author’s life from childhood to adolescence

“We took part in dance, poetry, music and singing lessons. We were the first group of graduate students from the school. I contributed to the decision making for the student.

— Dr. Henrietta A Abbey

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, April 19, 2022 / — Author Dr. Henrietta Abbey will be one of the featured authors at the upcoming 2022 Los Angeles Book Festival with her published book titled Memoir Memes. The book is an autobiography of the author’s fascinating life. It tells the story of her life, the school and the institution she attended as a child until she grew up into adolescence. It shares a section that she emigrated to the United States and experienced a marriage and motherhood that did not last long. In this event, she stops and wonders why such things and events happened to her life.

In the final part of the book, thoughts and lessons she received and moving forward with positivity in mind. Sharing thoughts and life experiences can inspire many people to be motivated that you are not alone and collectively you can achieve your dreams, plans and aspirations in life.

Dr Henrietta Abbey is from Accra, Ghana. After graduating from high school, she started working for the Ghana Statistical Service and joined a drama troupe, wrote and recited poems in her local church. In 1995, Dr. Abbey emigrated to the United States and resided in the Bronx. She earned an associate’s degree in early childhood and began working for the Manhattan and Bronx Police Department. She received awards for her work and her church.

Memory Memes
Written by: Dr. Henrietta Abbey
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