NEW YORK, NY, May 28, 2017—Sisal Publishing and Story Depot Announce the Release of Andrene Bonner’s latest Book, The Dolphy Code: A Pastor’s Legacy. It is a memoir of Pastor Dolphy L. Morrison’s inspirational life journey and 40 Inspirational bible verses and meditations on principles of trust in God, education, service and unity.
Rabbis attended his hospital bedside and his funeral in New York. Who was this Caribbean man from the red hills of St. Ann, Jamaica who had Rabbis as part of his community? One would be quick to say that Bob Marley, Marcus Garvey and Usain Bolt are immediately recognizable Jamaican ambassadors to the global arena. However, from his New York church environs, Pastor Dolphy L. Morrison joins the ambassadorial trio of communicators to cross borders and break down barriers. He welcomed all.
Andrene Bonner is making her entrée in the inspirational genre with The Dolphy Code. Named a Motivational Teacher of the Year by the Black Scholars of Westchester, New York, Bonner is an in-demand speaker, Common Core expert and curriculum designer for K-12 through undergraduate learning. Bonner is the founder and president of Literacy Gateway Institute, an educational solution business. She is the award winning author of Olympic Gardens, a story about a young abandoned boy’s search for identity and education. Her full-length musical, Ruby teaches high school students about the Harlem Renaissance. Bonner’s next collaborative with Story Depot is a transatlantic anthology around her praise poem Woman In The Wind, for First Lady of New York City, Chirlane McCray. The book by the same name is set to be released late 2017.
Story Depot is a book development, writing and editing service in Washington, DC founded by Faith P. Nelson.
Award Winning Author, educator, and artivist.