“LOVE AFTER” NOVEL GETS LOCAL NOD AT JAMAICAN PRE-RELEASE

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Jamaican born actress, model, and now published author Jacinth Headlam launched her first ever novel, ‘Love After’ in Jamaica. She is known for playing the lead role in the film ‘Diary of a Badman.’

Jacinth Headlam
The motivational memoir shares with readers her love, pain, heartbreak and how she found the strength to rebuild, with the intention of inspiring others to overcome their own challenges and find that “Love After.”

Jacinth, who currently resides in the USA, visited the island to promote the project. She hosted a pre-release book signing for ‘Love After’ at Bookophilia in Kingston. Headlam got a chance to interact with her fans in an intimate setting where some shared their personal stories.

“To interact with my fans directly made it more real. To get that instant gratification and to interact with them both individually and collectively, while hearing their personal stories was amazing.” Jacinth explained.

Jacinth Headlam

Jacinth Headlam


The launch was a success and the book was well received. Those in attendance were eager to buy and excited to read the memoir in hopes of finding their own personal purpose.

“Many need help letting go of their past and finding their love after within themselves, many are eager to discover their purpose and how to manifest their dreams to reality,” Jacinth added.

The international launch of ‘Love After’ will be in New York City on February 9, 2019, at Stuart Cinema in Brooklyn, NY. Then Jacinth heads to London and Canada for more promotional appearances.

The official release of the memoir will be on February 9, 2019. ‘Love After’ will be available at Bookophilia in Kingston, Jamaica. Barnes and Nobles, Amazon, Audible and Kindle are other outlets. Printing and distribution by KD Printing and Infinity Publications LLC.

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One comment on ““LOVE AFTER” NOVEL GETS LOCAL NOD AT JAMAICAN PRE-RELEASE

  1. […] Jacinth is transparent about the challenges and advantages of being a Caribbean woman in entertainment. She talks about her reggae inspiration and favorite artists from then ’til now. […]

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