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                                                                         WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3, 2010


                                                           TRISH  ST. HILL


                               Born On the Island of St Vincent in the West Indies

                                  Within Its Rich Traditional Garifuna Culture

                                                           Writer /  Author:    


                                              "Beneath The Golden Mango Tree"




The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Wd8maG7yK - TRISH ST. HILL




Logo_top            Trish ST.Hill 

Trish St.Hill - Ajani Publishing
P.O. Box 30683
Elmont, NY 11003
ph: (516) 495-6426


 Welcome to my website!

This is just to share a little information about me. I was born Utricia Harvalyn Charles in the tiny nation of St.Vincent and the Grenadines, in the West Indies, affectionately known as SVG.  I am married to Ian and we have a son Joseph and two daughters. Our oldest daughter Rashida is the mother of our grandson Amir. We also recently adopted our daughter Trishnel who is also from the island of St.Vincent. Our household is an interesting one. It is never without amusement. My family is the love of my life and my inspiration in everything I do.

I would describe myself as someone who loves children and who puts God and my family ahead of everything else. I have a strong faith in God that has sustained me through many trials throughout my life.

I attended the Barrouallie Secondary School, before imigrating to the United States of America. After settling in Brooklyn, New York, I attended Medgar Evers College and later attended SUNY College at Old Westbury where I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science. I later attended SUNY Empire State College where I earned a Masters in Social Policy: Adult Education.

For a while I taught adult education classes in computer applications. I am now employed with a prominent firm in IT management. I enjoy working in the customer service environment immensely. Being able to offer services to customers is enormously fulfilling, but I am glad I have my writing to balance my life because I consider writing as a means of relaxation. After leaving the office, I come home to my family and all that life as a mother, grandmother and wife entails. Once the boys are in bed, itís my time to stretch, take a few deep breaths and sit with my laptop to embark on a fictional journey where I can let my imagination soar.

I began writing Beneath The Golden Mango Tree in 1984 and it has taken many trials and challenges to come to itís conclusion. As an Anglophone West Indian immigrant attending college, I have found that there was limited literature depicting the life and culture of English speaking West Indians who settled in the United States. West Indians are still a misunderstood and silent immigrant group. This primarily black immigrant group is still to this day not thought of as true immigrants. That image is mainly reserved for European immigrants. West Indians, instead, are relegated to caricatures that they work six jobs, say "Ok man" and "yeah man", and wear dreadlocks. Sadly this has not changed much over the years. I wanted to debunk the myths that surround the culture and I vowed to make a difference by writing this book. However, life got in the way and I am only now publishing this book. I believe there is a reason for everything and everything happens at the right time. I hope my readers enjoy this book and I look forward to an enlightened and productive relationship with them.  

My Reflections

The ten percent rule Ė someone once said, that ten percent of life is what happens to us, and ninety percent is how we handle what happens to us.


My Reflections

I believe that life will undoubtedly throw us lemons, but we should use optimism to make lemonades, lemon pies and whatever other lemon based delicacies we can make. No matter what we are going through, there is always someone worse off than we are and there is also a lesson to be learned from every unpleasant experience we have.  If we embrace optimism itís hard to be negative or bitter. Everything in a productive vibrant life hinges on optimism.


Trish St.Hill - Ajani Publishing
P.O. Box 30683
Elmont, NY 11003
ph: (516) 495-6426



                                                                                     Guest For WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3,  2010

                                                                               Individual programs can be viewed each week day

                                                                                                (11:00 AM - NOON / (NYC Time)

                                                                        Channel 34 of the Time/Warner, Channel 83 of the RCN, &

                                                       Channel 33 of the Verizon FiOS Cable Television Systems in Manhattan, New York.

                                                              The Program can now also be viewed on the internet at time of cable casting at:


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                                    241 West 36th StreetNew York,N.Y. 10018 Phone: 212-695-6351 E-Mail: HHC@NYC.RR.COM


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