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Local Author Rosheena Beek To Sign Books

Local Author Rosheena Beek To Sign Books

Local author Rosheena Beek will be at The Bookmart from December 16 through December 19 from 12.00pm to 2.00pm in order to sign copies of the second edition of her book Mommy Says!. Ms. Beek said, “This is the second edition to my first book, I Find It So Hard!, with amazing new illustrator Warren L. Maye, a Harper Collins respected veteran, and... Read more of this article

Author Nominated For NAACP Image Award

Author Nominated For NAACP Image Award

Author Toni Ann Johnson, who has Bermudian roots, has been nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work by a Debut Author for her book “Remedy for a Broken Angel.” “Remedy for a Broken Angel” — which features Bermuda —  is Ms. Johnson’s debut novel, and was published on June 10, 2014 by Nortia Press... Read more of this article

Book On City Of Hamilton Presented To Library

Book On City Of Hamilton Presented To Library

The seventh bookin the Bermuda National Trust’s Bermuda’s Architectural Heritage Series was recently gifted to the Bermuda National Library [BNL]. The book Hamilton – Town and City is a collection of stories and the history behind the buildings of the City of Hamilton. The other books in the series have been about individual parishes but this... Read more of this article

Book Celebrates Bermuda’s Royal Connections

Book Celebrates Bermuda’s Royal Connections

Just in time for Christmas, the National Museum of Bermuda has released a photo-packed new book celebrating the Island’s connections to the British Monarchy. Royal Bermuda, by the Museum’s Executive Director Dr. Edward Harris and journalist Rosemary Jones, of Brimstone Media, is a pictorial history of Bermuda’s four centuries of connections to... Read more of this article

Author Lindsey Walker’s Book Signing Event

Author Lindsey Walker’s Book Signing Event

Author Lindsey Walker will be available to sign copies of her book, You Be Me, I Will Be You, on Saturday, November 29 from 1.00pm through 3.00pm at The Bookmart in Hamilton. You Be Me, I Will Be You introduces three young teenagers, Brooke, a tomboy, Hosea, the only guy in the group and there is Zaiha, the new girl on the block. These young teenagers... Read more of this article

Children’s Reading Festival On November 22nd

Children’s Reading Festival On November 22nd

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Bermuda Alumnae Chapter is celebrating 15 years of promoting literacy throughout the island on Saturday, 22nd November. A spokesperson said, “This event allows us to give each attendee one book, enjoy the day listening to readers and interacting with some of our local authors. All activities in the park... Read more of this article

Book Signing: Samantha’s Secret Hiding Place

Book Signing: Samantha’s Secret Hiding Place

Sheila V. Holder will be holding a book signing for her latest release — Samantha’s Secret Hiding Place — on Friday, November 14th at Brown and Company from 12:00pm – 3:00pm. The book is described as “A thrilling adventure book for children between the ages of four and eight. The story captures the interest of children... Read more of this article

More Sacred Thoughts: Standing In The Light

More Sacred Thoughts: Standing In The Light

Melodye Micëre Van Putten, has released her fifth collection of poetry entitled, More Sacred Thoughts: Standing in The Light. Published by Kephra Publication this collection of poetic offerings explores jife as a vehicle for goodness found in nature, expressions of love, purpose, identity and gratitude. An international education consultant, Van Putten... Read more of this article

Bermuda Born Author Pens Historic Novel

Bermuda Born Author Pens Historic Novel

A new book by Bermuda-born author Annelise Freisenbruch follows the tale of a daring investigator in ancient Rome who works against the wishes of her father and husband to follow a trail of not only murder, but an attempt to destroy the Republic itself. Ms. Freisenbruch was born in Bermuda in 1977 and lived on the island until she was 8-years-old, when... Read more of this article

Bermuda National Library’s 175th Anniversary

Bermuda National Library’s 175th Anniversary

Earlier today [Oct 9] the Minister of Community Culture and Sports Wayne Scott held a press conference to launch the year-long celebration to commemorate the 175th Anniversary of the Bermuda National Library. The Bermuda Library was founded in 1839 by Governor William Reid and was located in what is now the Cabinet Building, thus making our library... Read more of this article


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