“PAINTING FROM THE HEART” – Jeremy Davis’ New Caribbean Novellette

Iman is a traveled and cultured Barbadian Rasta who seems to have everything but is unsatisfied. This book takes the reader through a portion of his life and subsequent migration from Barbados to the UK. It takes you from depression to sadness to disappointment to glorious triumph and joy/c’est la vie. It is a roller-coaster of emotions that will sweep the most hard-heartened off their feet.

Jeremy wants the readers to be ware that it's;- "An artist’s desperate search for love and his inability to find it."

Jeremy wants the readers to be ware that it’s;- “An artist’s desperate search for love and his inability to find it.”

Painting from the Heart reminds us of what is truly important in life, and it cautions us not to take things like love and life for granted.

About the Author: Jeremy Davis

“… Davis’ conversational writing style is effective in advancing the plot. Apart from the overriding theme of conflict between the individual and society, Davis wrestles with universal issues like understanding women and the psyche of the Caribbean man.” – Trinidad Guardian

Classic Caribbean novelette, with all the novelties of a fresh 21st century, piece of literature. (CLICK FOR BIGGER)

Classic Caribbean novelette, with all the novelties of a fresh 21st century, piece of literature. (CLICK FOR BIGGER)

Jeremy Davis is a socially conscious Writer and Explorer but he also works as a Marketing and Creative Consultant when called upon. Jeremy also enjoys teaching and working with young people. He has taught and motivated- hosting youth writing workshops on ‘The Art of Passionate Public Speaking‘ and ‘Developing a Plot‘, among other themes and topics. He has consulted with businesses on the subject ‘How to improve My Marketability Using Creative Content and Social Media‘. He is the author of three books.

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