Two recently published novels about Barbados, the erotic/exotic LUV BAJAN STYLE and the only historic, epic, generational novel published about Barbados, A LONG BEAT TO WINDWARD are available the Woodstock Public Library, Woodstock, NY and also on Amazon and Kindle. The next novel written by the author, Don Kline, THE EPIPHANY OF JILLIAN ASHTON, is now being edited and should be available at Amazon and Kindle within a week, and on the shelves of the library within the next two weeks. The latter novel, much different from the first is political and written from the point of view of a junior who attends a prep school in Upstate New York.
TWO NOVELS ABOUT BARBADOS, “LUV BAJAN STYLE” and “A LONG BEAT TO WINDWARD” AVAILABLE AT THE WOODSTOCK PUBLIC LIBRARY, WOODSTOCK NY AND ON AMAZON AND KINDLEFebruary 13, 2014
THE LONG ANTICIPATED NOVEL “A LONG BEAT TO WINDWARD”, FOLLOWS THE AUTHOR’S FIRST NOVEL “LUV BAJAN STYLE: ALTHOUGH DIFFERENT, BOTH NOVELS ARE ABOUT THE ISLAND OF BARBADOS: “A LONG BEAT TO WINDWARD” IS AN EPIC HISTORIC NOVEL AVAILABLE ON AMAZON AND KINDLENovember 12, 2013
“A LONG BEAT TO WINDWARD” the long-awaited epic historic novel about Barbados is now available on Amazon and Kindle. It is author’s second novel dealing with the island of Barbados, with “LUV BAJAN STYLE” having been published last March, and also available on Amazon and Kindle. “A LONG BEAT TO WINDWARD” whose title is taken from the fact that the island lies most westerly of all of the Caribbean islands, is the first epic historic novel published about Barbados. It tells the story of a tribe of Arawak Indians, and then discusses the origin of Barbados, going into great detail regarding the geological development of the island. The bulk of the book chronicles the families of the brave people who settled Barbados, the positive and negative influences that the Monarchy and the plantation system had on it, and slavery and its ultimate abolition in 1838. It is important enough to be read by Barbadians, members of the Commonwealth and all who have learned to love the island of Barbados and its wonderful people.