Jamaican Book Launch of “Loving To Be WE”
by Cheri Avery Black
Event: Jamaican Book Launch of “Loving To Be WE”
Date: Saturday, December 14, 6-8 pm
Venue: At the DLE Café (back street across from Courts) Fairview Shopping Center, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Contact: 876-488-7867, 876-347-9500
Come enjoy the celebration of “a remarkable memoir that reads like a fantasy, but it is as real as life gets.”
Inspired by the movie, How Stella Got Her Groove Back
, filmed in Jamaica, the author Cheri Avery Black details a 25-year cross-cultural journey with her Rastafari husband, families, and friends.
Themes in the 397-page book "Loving To Be WE: Receiving Mountains as Stepping Stones to Cross the Cultural Divide Between Jamaica and the U.S.A./Babylon"
- Cross-cultural Romance
- Spirituality and Rastafari
- Health/Healing Cancer
- Manifesting Desires
- Loving Jamaica
- Relaxation, and
- Why Write a Life Review
Featured guests include family from the RasNatango Gallery and Garden
, the Rastafari Village
, the Pirates Shack
, and My-Island-Jamaica.com
All are encouraged to purchase raffle tickets for a drawing with prizes, including:
“Loving To Be WE”
- A stay at their top-rated guest home
- An autographed copy of the book
- A set of designer mugs
- 50% discount at the House of Cigars Gift Shop,
- and more!
is more than a love story! It crosses racial and class boundaries, which often limit us, and shows us what an enriching experience it can be.
It is a primer on how to live in the moment, face challenges, and respect one another,” says Kathryn “Kitsi” Watterson
, award-winning writer (three New York Times ‘Books of the Year,’ and the Christopher Award university instructor, and author of I Hear My People Sing: Voices of African American Princeton, Not by the Sword, and Women In Prison: Inside the Concrete Womb.
About The Author (Cheri)
Cheri is contributing author of two Amazon Best Sellers and former Editor of FunTimes Magazine for the African and Caribbean diaspora.
With her Jamaican husband, Jah B, they host their guest home, the Topaz Dream Palace
, in Mt. Salem, Montego Bay.
The book is available on BookLocker.com; Publisher(BookLocker.com/books/10559.html
, BN.com, Amazon.com
, and CheriAveryBlack.com (for shipping in Jamaica and USA). You may reserve your free seats at email@example.com, text 215.882.4351 (also WhatsApp) or call 876.779.3692.
About The Author
A patriotic Jamaican who adores his culture, Wellesley has been using this medium to share what he calls 'the uniqueness of Jamaica with the world' since April 2007.
To date, he serves over 9,300 unique readers / viewers per day.
efforts have earned him featured positions in local publications,
including the Jamaica Gleaner's Hospitality Jamaica, Carlong Publishers,
as well as recognition from numerous prestigious international agencies
and universities. Read more about him here.
He invites you to join his friends list and stay updated on all the latest. You are also invited to join his exclusive patron community.