Monthly Archives: October 2016

On Language

Every writer knows how useful oxymorons can be; they allow you to express very complex ideas in a single phrase, often in an appealingly funny way. I ran into a great example of that when I did a google search … Continue reading

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What to write, what to do?

First, I’ll honour the Earth, from which I came and to which I’ll soon return. This I’ll do with my work, my sincere effort to write with technical skill and artistic substance. The spirit of my ancestors will illuminate my … Continue reading

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Life of Pi

We’re reading ‘Life of Pi’ by Yann Martel and by ‘we’ I’m not indulging in the Royal Usage but in the perfectly ordinary sense of ‘me and the kids’. One of these days I’ll tell the story of how our … Continue reading

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Me, Obeah and Vodoun

It may surprise some readers of this blog to learn that I’m Caribbean with African, European and Chinese ancestors. I’m a naturalized citizen of the United States of America and a veteran of the US Army. My first book, The … Continue reading

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Indie Author Day Update!

Originally posted on E. A. Hennessy:
Next Saturday, October 8th, is the inaugural Indie Author Day! During the Inaugural Indie Author Day, libraries from all across North America will host their own local author events with the support of the…

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