GREAT REVIEW FROM LEE ADAMS - UBER TALENTED AND EMERGING AUTHOR OF 'STRAWBERRY WINE': "ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I'VE EVER READ..."
An absolutely spell binding amazing story. I was enthralled from beginning to end. Very well written. It pull in every possible emotion from anger to sadness to elation back to sadness and anger. I will definitely read more books from Jacqueline Malcolm."
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FEATURING: JACQUELINE MALCOLM - IN OTHER WORDS, ME!!!
Yes, I know I would normally leave this section so I can boast about the amazing work that others are doing but I thought this would be the ideal opportunity to give a very quick update on what I've been up to for the last few months.
As you may (or may not) realize, I've spent the last 2 years living on the small island of Syros in Greece which afforded me the time to write the trilogy of novels, which are being published courtesy Seaburn Publishing Group. Well, in August 2013 I have now relocated with my family back to the UK. Why?? Well, first and foremost I desire to take my Masters in Theatrical Directing and have secured my place at the University of East London (I will be attending September 2014).
Why am I taking my Masters at this late stage in my life?? Because I have a plan over the next 5 years to become the Artistic Director of my own Theatre Company / Space and I'm incredibly excited to get started on this venture - and I know the Masters will give me the necessary theoretical background needed.
So keep reading and visiting my website - next update I PROMISE I won't still be talking about me!!!!
QUEEN VICTORIA HAD A BLACK GODDAUGHTER? OH YES SHE DID...
Her name was Sarah Forbes Bonetta and this beautiful black princess (and yes, I mean Princess literally) was born in West Africa and orphaned at the young age of 8 years old in the early 19th Century. Captured by slave-raiders who intended to make her a human sacrifice, she was rescued by Captain Frederick Forbes of the Royal Navy who convinced King Ghezo of Dahomey to give her as a gift to Queen Victoria, stating, "She would be a present from the King of the Blacks to the Queen of the Whites." You can read much more on Sarah Forbes Bonetta's fascinating lifes journey by visiting such sites as www.londonconnection.com,or as always, you can JUST GOOGLE IT!!