The Seven Mostly Awful Titles I Nearly Used for My First Book. I had done what I'd always assumed was the hard part. I'd not only written a book, but had actually sold it. All that I had to do now was come up with a title and then get ready to pose for the photo for the back cover. I was thinking of wearing a tweed jacket. Something with elbow patches perhaps.
Rarely can a story about central bankers, bullion holdings and maritime shipping be described as thrilling. Nazis, of course, tend to liven things up.
The history of Cuba is sometimes written with a biblical reference to David and Goliath, with Cuba playing the role of David to America’s Goliath. In the Bible David defeated Goliath, so the similarity ends there, but it is noteworthy that Cuba, a small poor Caribbean island, has not been defeated by the American Goliath. In fact new evidence suggests that David didn't have such a difficult task, because Goliath was reportedly short-sighted allowing David to approach from a distance unseen.
South Regional/Broward College Library, located at 7300 Pines Boulevard in Pembroke Pines will host the second annual Jamaican Literary and Holiday Cultural Exposition on Saturday, December 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Some of the most respected contemporary African-American, Caribbean and Hispanic authors will bring their flavor and literary genius to this year’s 31st edition of the Miami Book Fair International (MBFI), presented by The Center for Writing and Literature @ Miami Dade College (MDC). Award-winning authors JaQuavis Coleman, Richard Blanco, Cecilia M. Fernandez, and K'wan Foye will join a legion of other distinguished writers and present their latest works during the Fair, as well as participate in book signings, readings, and one-on-one discussions.