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The effervescent, Glynnis Salmon - compere for the night - welcomes guests to KB Soirée.
Authors Mandisa M Parnell and Richie Drenz along with invited guests are at rapt attention as Roland Watson-Grant makes his presentation.
Author Richie Drenz reads an hilarious excerpt from his novel, Jamaican Ninja Bert.
The incomparable actor/dub poet Sheldon Shepherd is in his element as he performs a poem from his anthology, In the Morning Yah.
Glynnis Salmon gives a very animated introduction of author Mandisa M. Parnell to the amusement of both presenter and audience.
Mandisa Parnell greets the audience.
The reading begins - a tiny piece of "Adina's" story...
Mandisa M. Parnell poses next to copies of her three publications before the event gets underway.
Mandisa Parnell poses with KB's Director of Corporate Services, Sonia Fuller.
Patrons seize photo op with featured authors, Shepherd, Parnell and Richie Drenz.
Authors pose for the camera alongside event organizers from left, Managing Director of KB and Custos of Kingston, Steadman Fuller, hostess Glynnis Salmon, Sonia Fuller and far right, Marketing Officer, Damani Johnson.
Operators of Kingston Bookshop, Sonia and Steadman Fuller pose with author Sheldon Shepherd as they show off their specially-autographed copy of his book, In the Morning Yah.
Authors Mandisa Parnell and Richie Drenz monkey around at the end of the event.
Author Mandisa M Parnell had the pleasure of reading from her book "PREMONITION: LISTENING TO THE VOICES" at Jamaican bookseller, Kingston Bookshop's event dubbed "KB Soirée" alongside the great Roland Watson-Grant, award-winning author of "Sketch",
fashion designer cum author, Richie Drenz and dub poet/multi-award- winning actor, Sheldon Shepherd.
The Kingston Bookshop family is doing its part to ensure that Jamaican authors and their works get much-deserved attention from the book loving public.
We take this opportunity to "big up" and congratulate Managing Director of KB and Custos of Kingston - Mr Steadman Fuller, wife Sonia and Marketing Manager Damani Johnson and the team for a job well done. It was indeed an honour.