I wish you could’ve met her.
I’m feeling emotional. When a writer dies, a whole Library is lost.
When my author bredren, Kwame McPherson messaged me with the saddest news that our author friend, Roslyn Blaize had joined the ancestors, it was a kick in the gut, a trigger linking me back to the ever changing shape of grief that has shadowed me since 2020, the loss of my first love.
I had known Rose, (what we called her) for just over a year. She interviewed me on her Media Network TV Book Show in 2020.
She kindly hosted my online book launch for my second novel, Love Again . . . she was absolutely amazing, awesome, warm & funny, full on intelligence & a great reviewer & lover of books. A great conversationalist & debater.
She was an emerging author, her book, ‘Truthinghdom’ was published by Austin Macauley & her YA book, Shadow Shadow, was her accomplished dream.
She hosted her own Book Show on Medianetlive TV, where as I said before, I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by her. She was a true professional & took pride in her work as a social worker, a broadcaster & an author. She had the most delicious radio voice which could read you to sleep. I wish you could’ve known her too.
RIP ROSLYN BLAIZE AUTHOR ✍️
I know you’ll be writing masterpieces in Paradise 🙏🏾
Sending prayers & condolences to her children and wider family🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
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