When Donald Whitman semi-retired, he expected to kick back and enjoy his lakeside retreat, but soon found himself deep into writing financial and medical thrillers. He has now released his third novel, Isle of Deceit. Drugs, arson, murder and island charm carry the compelling novel which features Martin, who retires …
It was a special occasion at the Abaco Inn on February 11 when more than fifty people gathered for a book talk, signing and lunch to celebrate the 12th volume of poetry by Adelaide Cummings. Mrs. Cummings has been a second home owner in Hope Town for many years and is well loved within the community; so friends were delighted to come and help her celebrate on this memorable day.
Joyce Riviere and Jason Mortimer of the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) took great pleasure in presenting boxes of books to the students of Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) on Dec. 5. In her remarks, Riviere acknowledged that the books would benefit students and she assured that they would get full usage out of them.
Following the workshop presentation on “Quality Education: A triangular Love Affair”, the speaker, Dr. Althea McMillan, also the author of “Definitions of Love”, was the guest of honour in a book signing ceremony. The event was held at the Government Complex under a tent.