This is a review of What Start Bad A Morning’. Using three interwoven narratives spanning the United States, Trinidad, and Jamaica, Carol Mitchell’s debut gives voice to an immigrant woman forced to confront her repressed memories of violent trauma.
Join us tonight, August 29th at 7 pm to discuss Carol Mitchell’s new novel, What Start Bad a Mornin’! This is your chance to ask questions LIVE and get to know more about Carol and the novel in advance of its release on September 19.
I am grateful to be entering 2023 with more life, strength, and health than I did in 2022. I am thankful for friends and family who listened, encouraged me, and showed me that it was okay to take a break, rest, and heal.
In January, we will be reading Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson. It is the Target Book of the Year and a New York Times Bestseller! To join the discussion, join the Caribbean Book Club on Facebook. I will announce the discussion date and how to log on in the Facebook Group.
We have our own versions of scary stories that make American Halloween look like a sad excuse to collect candy and dress up, but for some reason, Halloween just isn’t a preferred event. It’s kinda funny because, nobody does costumes like we. Nobody does stories like we. And we do spiders ALL YEAR ROUND.