This just popped in to my social media newsfeed so I had to pause to big up Floree Williams Whyte who now has her own publishing imprint, Moondancer.
Floree Williams Whyte is part of the Wadadli Pen team: she’s been a judge since 2012 and, in 2016, became a part of the core advisory and action team as we move toward becoming a formal non-profit and solidifying the foundation we’ve been building since we launched in 2004. So, we had to take a moment to shout her out and big her up for this major milestone on her publishing journey.
Per Moondancer’s facebook page: Moondancer Books is a small press, publishing Caribbean based books. This ever expanding brand, owned by Floree Williams Whyte, encompasses anything that is creative, inspiring and literary.
She’s also announced on the page that this book is coming soon:
Per us: Floree is a talented writer who first hit the market with Pink Teacups and Blue Dresses, a book of sometimes quirky and always authentic vignettes of growing up, Antiguan. Her second book was Through the Window.
While Floree has self-published before (Through the Window), setting up an imprint is a different level (a level at which you’re a business woman with an independent publishing house). Kudos to her for taking that step.
And you can be sure we’ll be trying to grab her for a guest post or Q & A about this new step here on Wadadli Pen soon.
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