Thursday, April 30, 2015

Tips on nonfictions book, know your story line, ever write the masqueraders real name, or your protagonist, let your have element of style. Research where your story takes place, it best to go and live there. Off and on until your book is done. 
The Manuscript of a black Caucasian scenes began in the Bahamas. I lived there on the Island for months at a time. That why books like that very expenses to write. Nonfiction books you spent lots of money.

The Manuscript of a black Caucasian 
By Dorothy E. Miller
     They were approaching the downtown district of Nassau, the traffic was heavy, two-story frame buildings, some to the tinted pink and yellow, with their shaded balconies, mellow, in the sun. The shops offered liquors, French perfumes, and British woolen's at duty-free prices. 
     At this time of year, day creeps softly upon the Bahamas, flaming out across Eleuthera toward New Providence and Nassau. Andros and Berry Island, create a giant palette by the sea with smears of indigo, pink, yellow, and blue.  
     With the sun came the first light stirring of wind, which would freshen later. Now it did little more than riffle through the coconut palm trees,
as they shook the lacquered branches of bayberry bushes and set the flat pink pads of woman brushed against one another in their endless gossip .  

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