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I was born in London, U.K. in the mid-1960’s to parents who had emigrated from Portland in Jamaica. The late 1960’s and 1970’s were a time of so much change, with racism and segregation being an everyday event for black people. I grew up understanding that determination was the key to finding your dreams, and achieving them. To never let someone say, “You can’t” without giving my all. This determination to prove people wrong about where I was heading, led me to obtain a degree in The History of Art & Archaeology, from SOAS, University of London, at the age of thirty-four, while having two young children to care for and also being a single parent. My love is art, especially Oil Painting and Calligraphy, but I’m loathe to give anything away, so my home looks like a mini art gallery. I’ve lived in a number of cities. Cairo, before it became the centre for the Arab Spring; Algeria, my home away from home. London my home town and the place I always return to for a reminder that the world is a large place, all the while teaching and encouraging others to never give up their dreams. I write mostly Contemporary Fiction, which can be anything from Romance to Historical. I am definitely not a one genre author, and I never hope to be. Just as varied as my interests are, so is my writing. I’m an historian by nature, my degree was in history, so I usually lean, slightly, towards this. But I have also been a huge fantasy fan for many years, and this also, is one of my passions. I have a desire to write from the heart, to give a little piece of myself each and every time. I see it as "Changing my world, one story at a time!