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Video Light By Stacey Marie Robinson
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Ryan Wright, a humble 29-year-old Scarborough high school teacher finally has an opportunity to connect with Toronto’s dancehall princess--his long-time crush, the beautiful Delia Chinn--after... More > a Carnival Sunday party. Despite the doubts of their friends and families, the unlikely couple are determined to make their new relationship work, and reconcile their differences in upbringing, values, and lifestyles. Ryan was raised by academic Jamaican parents; Delia has raised herself as a result of a broken home, and the loss of her grandmother. As they attempt to establish a stable relationship, they learn about themselves, their needs, their flaws, and what it takes to truly support one another< Less
Carnival Spotlight By Stacey Marie Robinson
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Toronto's former reggae dancehall princess, Delia Chinn, is drawn back into a seductive party lifestyle when she meets Jessica and Victor, members of the "Groovy Massive" soca dance group.... More > Although Delia's self-esteem is on the rise as a result, it's at the expense of her relationship with Ryan and their five year marriage...a marriage that may not survive her first carnival season.< Less
Request to Rewind By Stacey Marie Robinson
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Abigail, a twenty-seven year old photographer, is in a never ending rut. She spends her time tolerating a job at the mall, enduring pressure from her parents to establish a traditional career, and... More > relying on her older brother Leighton and her best friend Kiziah to help keep her sane. When Abigail meets Toronto’s top nightclub promoter, Karl “Karisma” Marshall, she quickly falls for his charm and is soon introduced to the introspective DJ Rewind and an entirely new world of drama, music, and social unrest. Thrown into an unexpected love triangle, Abigail sees a new side of Toronto, and has the opportunity to raise community awareness and her personal profile through her photos.< Less
Eighteen By Stacey Marie Robinson
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Born to a Ghanian father and Scottish mother, bi-racial triplets Afia, Naki, and Kwame Osei grew up in the border town of Windsor, Ontario, following in their older brother Kofi's footsteps. When... More > Kofi turns eighteen and decides to move out to live with his pregnant girlfriend, the Osei's decide that it's time for a change of pace as their kids are about to enter adolescence, and decide to heat east to Toronto, just as the triplets are about to begin junior high. Adjusting to big city life in Toronto proves to be challenging at first, but Afria, Naki, and Kwame band together as usual, and form a group of friends that help take their minds off the life they left behind in Windsor. Through first-person accounts, the triplets each share their new friendships, entry into dating, transitioning into high school, the trips, the parties, and the adventures that go along the way as they come of age in the 90s, and journey towards the age of eighteen, when they believe they will have life all figured out.< Less

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