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A young reader purchases the short story, Zone One, at the 2021 St. George's Christmas pop-up.
D.E. Ambrose shows a copy of his children's book soon after he collects them from the shipping company.
D.E. Ambrose poses with artist and new Grenadian author, Tricia Bethel.
D.E. Ambrose donates a copy of The Kayak Tourist to the library at the Teacher Ed. Department of TAMCC.
D.E. Ambrose donates 2 copies of The Kayak Tourist to the Community Library Resource Centre in St. George's.
(L to R) Tricia Bethel; Roger Byer; D.E. Ambrose; Maureen St. Clair
This visitor to Grenada was very happy to get a copy of a book that could provide some history about his ancestors.
Some fans grabbed copies of The Kayak Tourist at the Carriacou launch. Aliya read an excerpt for the audience.
D.E. Ambrose signs a copy of That Time in Bogles for a teacher.
(L to R) Roger Byer, Amy J.W. Jones, D.E. Ambrose, Rita Leone made up a panel for a TV literary discussion during the 2022 Spiceword Festival.
N.C. Marks (St. Vincent), Wendy Crawford-Daniel, and D.E. Ambrose at a bonfire and story-telling event.
Kamille John, D.E. Ambrose, and Amy J.W. Jones at Poetry/Spoken Word evening during the 2022 Aunty Tek Spiceword Festival.
D.E. Ambrose gives some remarks at Poetry/Spoken Word evening during the 2022 Spiceword Festival.
Wendy Crawford-Daniel, N.C. Marks (St. Vincent), D.E. Ambrose after N.C. Marks launched her book, Children of the Ash, in Grenada on October 22.
D.E. Ambrose had a successful showing at Kia in de Bagadere 2022 in Carriacou in November.
D.E. Ambrose appreciates this purchase of 3 of his titles at the TAMCC mega fair.
D.E. Ambrose and a couple fans at a December 2022 Christmas Market.
D.E. Ambrose on a tour of St. George's with a couple of guests from the UK.
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