OK . So it’s 2020 and I don’t know what resolutions you have made but I hope that you have determined to make this year the year YOU come through for YOU. As for me , I have hit the ground running and as promised I have released my first Audio book – THE COLORS OF ME . I am excited to say the least. Not only for me but for you. Why? Because now you can gain a more in depth experience into the poetic world of Maya And Jello. I struggled with whether I wanted to do the narration myself or hire someone else. But being the fun-loving (sometimes daring ) person that I am, I thought “why not take a stab at it?’ And that is exactly what I did. I took a stab at it, rose to the occasion, explored a new experience and had a hell of a lot of fun doing it. I think the most fun part was watching the guys in the studio try to piece together the story by attempting to place the poems in a chronological order. They thought they were on to something until they realized that some of these poems were written as far back as 30 years ago. LOL. So it was back to the drawing board. Maybe you can do a better job of it. Click on the link below to get a free copy of the Audio book, listen to the poems then leave your interpretations in the comments. Let’s have some good clean fun with this.


Published by MAYA AND JELLO

Maya and Jello was born and raised on the beautiful island of Trinidad, the sister island of Tobago in the West Indies. She migrated to the United States as a young teenager. Her main objective was to obtain a great education in the hopes of affording a better life for herself, her family, and to be a blessing to those around her. This quest led her to attain a Doctorate in medicine. But she never let go of her passion for writing poetry. Her works have been published in various school publications under various pen names. During medical school she wrote a segment in the College newspaper under the pen name Sparkie. The poems in this collection were written over a span of 30 years. She hopes that you enjoy reading them, as much as she enjoyed writing them for you.

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