Empi Baryeh has been writing since the age of thirteen after stumbling upon a YA story her older sister had started. The story fascinated her so much that, when she discovered it was unfinished, she knew the task of completing it rested firmly on her shoulders, and somehow the ideas and the words for the rest of the story began to pour into her mind. She’s been writing ever since. It wasn’t until another thirteen years later, however, that the romantic in her geared her toward romance. She now focuses on heart-warming multicultural romance with enough passion to enthral readers who want a little sizzle with their romance.
She is the founder of the online writing community, Fiction Writers of West Africa, which got a mention in BBC’s Focus on Africa Magazine (Jan – Mar 2011 edition). She is also a member of several other writing groups.
When she isn’t writing, she’s plotting a new story in her head, reading, browsing or watching one of her favourite TV shows. She currently lives in Accra, Ghana, with her husband.