Make it Shine!

Make It Shine!Make it Shine! Ingrid Dover-Vidal was born in Georgetown Guyana. She came to England at a very young age. She grew up in Ladbroke Grove West London.

Ingrid studied English, Drama and Religious Studies. Consequently went to becoming a teacher with a career spanning over 34 years. Continue reading

Manokwari West Papua a journey of a life time

Manokwari
Rendani Airport in ManokwariFrom time to time we are presented with special moment.  My trip to West Papua in Indonesia was one of those moments. After some four  hours flight  we landed at Rendani Airport in Manokwari the capital
of West Papua, at the western end of New Guina. I was privileged to visit West Papua one of the world’s few remaining unspoiled places.  It was a place where time stood still. Continue reading

Never Saw You Coming by KLS Fuerte

Never Saw You Coming by KLS Fuerte

Never Saw You ComingNever Saw You Coming is a very intriguing love affair. Beatrice, travels  from the sunny shore of Martinique a French Caribbean Island to cold but invigorating rural Hampshire.  She is the new French girl in town. When she met Edward it was love at first sight but what do you do when the man you love is no longer the man you once loved? What do you do when the picture perfect family is far from perfect?
Never Saw You Coming is the first of a trilogy in which KLS Fuerte touches on love, romance, trust, lies, death and illusion of happiness in marriage. Continue reading

Letter to my children

Letter to my childrenA letter to my children to say first of all  that I love you.

I saw you grow to become tremendous young adults. We have taught you to be kind, considerate of others and mindful of life. We also taught you to  respect, to understand and to be attentive to nature.
As youngsters you have travelled the world and consequently discovered its beauty through the kindness of the people you met along your journey. Continue reading

Swimming with Fishes

Title: Swimming with fishes
Author :Rasheda Ashanti Malcolm

Swimming with fishesSwimming with fishes is an amazing love story.  It takes us to in the foreground of Jamaica where the characters come alive. It seems that  each one provides a different aspect of love, respect, strength and determination. Rasheda  beautifully described  life as it is  on the off beaten tracks of Jamaica. However I believe this as can be seen throughout the Caribbean.
I recognised many of the characters.  It seems like everywhere you go,  there is a Mother Cynthy with all the wisdom in the world, a Nellie Potato who minds everyone’ business except her own, an old rum-head man who everyone thinks drinks more rum than water and not to mention friends that are honest, supportive and non-judgemental. But most of all a mother with her faith and belief being the basis of everything.

The dream: Swimming with fishes.

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Black Boy Can’t Fly?

Black Boys Can’t Fly?

Have you ever been told you cannot achieve something because of your gender, race or background? Black Boy Can't Fly? is a true account of a young black boy's quest to live his life-long dream against all odd.

Anthony  is from West London a place where he lives with his family. He rises above the stigma of "The Grove" to soar among the clouds and fulfil the ultimate height of his dream to become a pilot.

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