Marsha Gomes-Mckie is the founder of Caribbean Books Foundation, an organisation dedicated to assisting authors after they have published their books.
She is the Regional Advisor for the Caribbean South Chapter of the Society of Children Book Writers and Illustrators, an International NGO committed to Children’s Literature.
Marsha is a published author of a line of Children Books, “Aunty Marsha Children’s Books” which she writes and illustrates personally. She also writes Romance and Folklore Fantasy Fiction. She is a Public Relations Innovator and avid Caribbean Book reviewer.
The website www.caribbeanbooks.org is fast becoming an inventory for the Caribbean community and its diaspora to find Caribbean books. It is an international platform that connects authors and readers.
Readers can support authors
This site is a great way to support the Caribbean book industry.
Visitors to the site can look through the list and purchase a book or two from Caribbean authors. By purchasing a book through this site you help fund an NGO that supports authors.
If you are a Caribbean author you can be added to the catalogue. The aim is to make the catalogue as extensive as possible.
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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By Marsha Gomes-Mckie, Founder, Caribbean Books Foundation.
If you have written a book you may add it to our catalogue on caribbeanbooks.org and request a free review by contacting us at email@example.com with the heading Book Review Request.
Caribbean Books Foundation is an international platform that connects the Caribbean community and its Diaspora through its literature.
We have a robust book review programme and have reviewed a number of books in 2015. Reviews are posted online and made available to the author to promote his or her work.
We invite readers to look through our list and purchase a book or two from a Caribbean author. By purchasing a book through this site you help fund an NGO that supports authors.
Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ Caribbeanbooks.org/?fref=nf . Join us and invite as many friends as you wish and let’s keep the conversation rolling. We want to make this catalogue as extensive as possible.
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