That Time in Bogles is dedicated to Ambrose's mother. Here, she recalls her time growing up in Bogles as she skims the book.
D.E. Ambrose presents copies of his Carriacou tale to the principal of Hillsborough Gov't School.
St. Martin Book Fair Coordinator, Shujah Reiph, with Grenadian authors, Wendy Crawford-Daniel and D.E. Ambrose.
D.E. Ambrose reads from one of his books at a secondary school in St. Martin.
D.E. Ambrose on a panel of Caribbean authors appearing on SOS Radio 95.9 FM in St. Martin.
D.E. Ambrose reads a short story to Grade Five pupils as part of the 2019 Aunty Tek Spice Word Reading Fest.
D.E. Ambrose is about to read at the 2019 KIA in the Bagadere, Harvey Vale, Carriacou.
Showcasing books with Karen Stead at a Grenada Arts Council pop-up exhibit.
These readers in Zimbabwe made sure to show that they are enjoying the stories.
This is how Kayaks turn coucou! Godwin, pictured here, is one of Carriacou's top musicians, and the cousin of D.E. Ambrose.
D.E. Ambrose chats with Richardo Keens-Douglas, host at a Spiceword Festival reading event.
This fan got into Zone One as soon as she bought it.
D.E. Ambrose poses with a fan at a January book event.
D.E. Ambrose autographs one of his books for a fan.
D.E. Ambrose and a White Spice fan at a January book event.
D.E. Ambrose reads in front of the defunct Sheila Buckmire Memorial Library in St. George's.
Ambrose usually plans pop-up events with author Ronald M. Antoine.
A selection of books available at the March month-end pop-up event in downtown St. George's.
D.E. Ambrose sets up the display for the end-of-March pop-up in downtown St. George's.
A elder of the community checks out the table at the March pop-up in St. George's.