Generally, I don’t read that much fiction as I usually stick to history.  You have a gift for writing with a real talent for cross-cultural complexities as they play out in personal relationships.  I particularly liked the genre….both the time frame (interesting period/span of world history) and the choice of the Eastern Caribbean, something of […]

About DoD

Dealing with adult and controversial themes, Daughters of the Dance is a beautiful, moving saga of three generations of strong women immersed in the art of the dance and in their profound relationships with high-powered men driven by oil, wealth, war, trade, religious beliefs, nature, female submissiveness, and sexual boundaries. It is a story of […]


For an author to seek the review of a web site that offers an independent review of her novel is risky business but welcomed. Following are two reviews: Following is the official OnlineBookClub review of Daughters of the Dance that received four out of four stars! (reprinted) “Hardly had I come across a book that combined […]

Author of Two Historical Novels….

“The writing of a novel is taking life as it already exists…. The essence will not be, of course, the same thing as the raw material; it is not even of the same family of things. The novel is something that never was before and will not be again.”  — Eudora Alice Welty,  American novelist […]