Grief and Cuba

prison wall

Since I began writing Antonio’s Glove, I lost four family members through car accident, heart attack and that most ruthless opponent of all, old age. I transferred my own grief into the angst Tomas experiences when his own life dissolves into chaos around him. His best friend is gone, his girlfriend is probably spying on him, and he learns his own beloved brother has died. In addition, he’s made a ridiculous promise to his father: he’ll manage to get off the island with his mother and sister.

Have to admit, my own grief felt easy to handle compared to all that!

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About toniimariekelly

I migrate between Miami, FL and Gort, County Galway Ireland. I've written all my life, and now have http://www.amazon.co.uk/Antonios-Glove-Tonii-Marie-Kelly/dp/1523306610/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1456994692&sr=8-1&keywords=Antonio%27s+Glovee I also like to bake, read and argue anything at anytime. My goals for the next year are to begin my second book and to finally create the perfect pie crust.
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