The Tamarind Hill Press family wants to share with you the progress and growth we have experienced over the last few weeks since we made our last blog post.

After a successful launch on Instagram, we experienced much needed and positive results. Authors from all over the world have reached out to share their beautiful gifts with us and in turn you our readers.  Works showcasing the beautiful and creative minds of writers are being submitted in the forms of poems, fiction and non-fiction. We are still reeling from the amazing works received and this makes us love what we do even more.

In the last few weeks, we have published the novel Web by Elizabeth Parker as promised and Project Recycle by Sharne Williams. Project Recycle is different and full of life. The author showcases the ups and downs experienced by a lesbian in her intimate relationships. Izzie the protagonist faces a lot of hurt and also inflicts emotional pain on the lives she invades. You will have to read to the end to see how it all unfolds and you will not want to miss out.

Today, another book we are proud to present to you became available worldwide!  The Illusions of Life by Jamaican author Antonio Erskine is filled with beautiful poetry, along with some of his ever popular quotes. The Instagram poet takes his poetry to the next level in this his first book, which promises to keep you captivated and ready to have a conversation on some of the topics he touches on. You will want to get hold of your copy!

We have a lot more in store for you all. Look out for more of our books hitting the market over the next few weeks and note that we are working hard to get all our books in stores near you.

On December 5, 2018, an author we are pleased to have signed; Max Davine, comes to you with his sixth novel Might Mary. This is a must read, and no we are not just saying that. Remember the elephant hanged in Tennessee in 1916? Yes that adorable circus elephant. Journey with Max as he presents this fictional biography bound to evoke all sorts of emotions as you read.

Thanks to all of you who are on this journey with us. Enjoy reading and don’t forget to leave comments on Amazon, Goodreads, Facebook and all other platforms for our books.

If you are a writer thinking of publishing you works, reach out to us. We are always on the look out for new talent.

November 14, 2018.

1 Comment

  1. Angelique

    I didn’t know where else to leave my review but compliments to the author of WEB. Parker has done a great job at showing how the internet can be a danger for not only young people but for people in general. This is a book that young people should read. Too many of them are caught up with trying to fit in that they would go to any lengths. This book shows them what the consequences can be. It also touches on bullying so well. Loads of lessons to learn, well done.

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