Tell Me Who My Enemy Is: -– a four-act closet drama
by Lawrence G. Taylor Publish: Aug 01, 2018Historical FictionLiterary FictionAfrican American Interest
The scene is an outdoor café near a lake. It is early autumn in the 70s in Stockholm. Berry an Afro-West Indian and two Swedish cronies Gun and Kerstin are socialising. Sam, the Afro-American in time, encroaches on the trio. The black men have conflicting views about how it is to live in Sweden. Berry is belligerent towards Sam: suspects him to have something up his sleeve. Sam, on the other hand, is calm and collected though contemptuous. The girls are puzzled by the bickering between the two men.
BIOGRAPHY I was born in Guyana, moved to England in the early sixties. I worked and studied in London. Residing in Sweden since the beginning of the seventies. I retired a few years ago from a mental health occupation and from a private counseling practice.
The seventies, I began writing, wrote mostly short stories, a four-act closet drama, a few novellas, and an unfinished biographical novel, and had spent two years nurturing the ambition to become an author of some repute. But financially the going was tough, as well as the feeling of insecurity for the future. I worked as a hospital porter for some years. I received a BA (Eng. & Ed.). Unfortu.nately, my interest in writing faded until a couple of years ago.
In Feb (2016), I self-published my debut book a collection of two short stories and two novellas, Strangers In Another Country, available only as an e-book.
In December 2016, I self-published a novella The Eternal Struggle: An Amorous Story, in ebook format and paperback format.
Getting it Right, if Ever - a Romance Novella will be available 22nd Aug 2019
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