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Dare to Love and Betrayed get a coming out party on October 13 2012 as Penny Dixon (aka Predencia) holds a launch party at the Harriet Tubman Bookshop and Development Centre. The night will feature readings, and special song written … Continue reading
Betrayed is now available in hard copy from the publishers http://www.troubador.co.uk/book_info.asp?bookid=1897 Pick up your copy now. It’s a fascinating read.
‘My mind holds only what I think with God.’ (137) When I am healed I am not healed alone. (138) Heaven is the decision I must make. Back in Manchester attempting to grapple with UCAS forms (hopefully sorted it now). … Continue reading
I received a text from Becks today. http://www.zumbawithbecks.com ‘Hey Penny, I just thought I’d let you know I’m reading Dare to Love. I’ve just gotten to the point where I’ve found out what the husband did, and I just want to … Continue reading
Octavy Designs is pleased to announce the release of the web site http://www.pennydixon.com today with improved look and feel along with new servers. Please enjoy the site and feedback through this post anything relating to the site you feel we … Continue reading
Wow, a week ago I was just getting ready to go to the Plantation in Barbados for what turned out to be the last of my revelling nights. I had to turn down the offer to go to McBride’s on … Continue reading
The sleep thing was not to happen last night. At 6.45 p.m. I had a call from the head of the open campus of the University of the West Indies, (someone Gracelyn had given my details in terms of developing … Continue reading
On Thursday I had the pleasure of meeting the Director of PAREDOS, the organisation for parenting education and development in Barbados. It’s a voluntary organisation whose motto ‘building strong communities one family at a time’ is lived in its day … Continue reading
Yes, Wednesday night at McBride’s in St Lawrence Gap is Fully Loaded night, the eight piece reggae band that rocked the night through its transition to morning. We were invited by Elvis, the base guitarist who also played with the … Continue reading