Truth, spoken word for people who hate poetry, is an autobiographical depiction of the author’s life from age 16-40 years. If you like poetry about flowers and blue skies this is not a book for you. This book is a glimpse into the author’s personal diary about issues affecting the average Trinidadian girl into womanhood, where she wrestles with becoming aware of self and of others in what turns out to be a very different and unanticipated life.This book is a recommended for all women of all ages and for all men who want to understand their womenfolk.
The author is a native and resident of Trinidad. Born July 2nd, 1977. She was educated at Malick Girls Roman Catholic School Barataria, Success Laventille Composite, St. Dominic’s Convent, Sir George Monoux College London, Trinidad and Tobago Police Service, University of Trinidad and Tobago, University of London and Staffordshire University. She is currently employed by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service. She is the second of five brothers and sisters, her both parents are still alive. The author lived abroad in the United Kingdom for a period of time.
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