This book catapulted me into reading so many others, looking for that good feeling I got from reading yours. It was so well written! I absolutely love it. You are a genius. —Monique Forgie-Scott, National Library of Jamaica
Hi Alexis I work with KOOL97 FM radio and there is a segment I write with a patois word for the day. It led me to your article and I just wanna say, it really helped! — Abigay Cherise, Radio Personality at KOOL97 FM
My word, what to say. At first I thought this would be a nice heart warming nostalgic tale of kids, new houses and new friendships. Knights, Damsels, skates, what more could one ask for? Then it all went dark…Loved it! Even more my cup of tea. More please. — The Satyr, Owner of Satyrtales.wordpress.com
Alexis Chateau PR has helped tremendously with overcoming the obstacles I face as an indie author! I no longer have to do everything myself! Alexis Chateau PR has been a godsend with online marketing, social media, and helping me to create a game plan for moving forward. They have almost single-handedly made my Facebook…
This was awesome! I really loved the breaking down of Kevin’s misconceptions about Cindy, but the whole thing was great. I love the short, punchy sentences and the way the story moves along. Can’t wait to read more 🙂 — AZ Pascoe, Blogger on Keeping Secrets on Gravestone Hill
Your prose is so immersive and powerful. An unexpected story to start my day. So glad I recently found you! — Gabe Burkhardt, Blogger-in-chief at (Almost) Unsalvageable on Keeping Secrets at Gravestone Hill.
May I just say, this is bone-chilling, and I will be sleeping with one eye open tonight. — Ben Berwick, Author of Meerkat Musings on The Man in the Closet.
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This was probably the most empowering post I’ve read in a while. We need to better embrace our distinct features-hair, skin color. It’s tough when we live in a society that is constantly reminding us our features are not “beauty” standards. I hope things do change. In order for them to change though, we need to…
Great story Alexis. Actually, ANOTHER great story of yours. Really admire how honest and personal you get. One thing is make the life decisions that are best for you yet another is to justify them on your blog. — Sonia, Sonia’s Storyge.