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Monday, July 25, 2016

LOVE AT SUNSET - FULL OF DRAMA!



A review of my romantic suspense novel Love at Sunset by an Amazon customer: "Love at Sunset is a story about an elderly couple, Violet and Gordon, who have fallen deeply in love with one another. However, they face staunch opposition of that reality from their own children for various reasons. Determining to be together 'til the very end, they make a huge step to ensure that happens, no matter the cost. This story covers the drama-filled lives of a number of very interesting characters and I was amazed at how the author was able to craft such a plot and cover ground so extensively and cleverly. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and highly recommend it. It's gripping, alluring and so wonderfully romantic on many different levels.”

The plot of Love at Sunset follows the people in Violet and Gordon's lives - those who support them, others who wish to resist or harm them, and some on whom Cupid also comes calling. It portrays family discord and evil intent, but is not without a touch of humour. And it reveals the gap between rich and poor and the humanitarian works of those who care.

Available on Amazon and other online retailers as an e-book and in paperback.






Sunday, July 24, 2016

COCOPLUMS – YUM YUM!


A Cocoplum

On New Providence at this time of year, Bahamians can often be seen along the roadsides where cocoplum trees are growing. The trees flourish in low lying areas where rain water settles. There are many along the airport road.

A cluster of Cocoplums

Erskine loved picking the little cocoplums on Long Island, while he was growing up. In those days the children didn’t have many manufactured sweets, which was probably a good thing! The Long Island families lived off the land and the sea – a very healthy life.




Friday, July 22, 2016

BAHAMIAN AUTHOR TANYA R. TAYLOR "A PROLIFIC STORYTELLING PHENOMENON"!


Author Tanya R. Taylor

Bahamian best-selling author Tanya R. Taylor has been described by Diane Morasco in a recent interview on BlogCritics.com as “A Prolific Storytelling Phenomenon”! BlogCritics.com is “The critical lens on today’s culture and entertainment”.

This is the second interview Tanya has had in two months by Diane Morasco. Diane Morasco is the CEO of several media companies in the U.S. as well as being involved with various creative projects. She contacted Tanya when she became aware of the author’s publishing success.




Thursday, July 21, 2016

JUMP START YOUR READING!


It's easy to get out of the reading habit. Choose a book that tickles your fancy and jump start your reading now!


Tuesday, July 19, 2016

.099 CENTS SPECIAL ON SUNBEAMS FROM THE HEART!

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 “What charming stories I enjoyed them all....away from war, politics, bad television. Just lovely stories. They calmed my mind and lifted my soul.” - Amazon Customer 

 “Sunbeams from the Heart - A Collection of Twelve Romantic Short Stories” is available as an e-book and in paperback (regular and large print) from online stores around the world. The free Kindle app can be downloaded from Amazon for most major smart phones, tablets and computers.





Thursday, July 14, 2016

ELEUTHERAN AUTHOR SHERELLE WALLACE FEATURED IN THE PUNCH!




Every Thursday "The Punch", one of our local newspapers, features an outstanding woman in their "Woman In Action" column.


I’m delighted that they have today published my WIA article about Eleutheran author Sherelle Wallace.


Monday, July 11, 2016

MAY/JUNE 2016 ISSUE OF THE BROADKILL REVIEW NOW AVAILABLE

Following is the link to the May/June 2016 issue of “The Broadkill Review”, Delaware, U.S.A. (expires July 24, 2016). Jamie Brown, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of TBR says: “We hope you enjoy it, and our authors would love your feedback!”

https://rcpt.hightail.com/2980177987/19475239cfe383fdf1968213b796570d
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Renowned Bahamian poet Obediah Michael Smith’s poems have been published in The Broadkill Review and I have also been honoured to have short stories in this prestigious publication. A reader mentions Obediah in a letter to the editor in this issue.

“A Journal of Literature”, "The Broadkill Review" is published six times a year by Broadkill Publishing Associates, LLC. "The Broadkill Review" is a member of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP), the Delaware Press Association (DPA), and the Independent Mid-Atlantic Publishers (IMAP), and is listed in Dustbooks’ International Directory of Literary Magazines and Small Presses and the Writer’s Market and Poet’s Market. Website: http://www.thebroadkillriverpress.com/the-broadkill-review

“The Broadkill Review” is full of great poetry, reviews, fiction, articles, photography and more!