Colin Andrews grew up in the resort city of Montego Bay, Jamaica before moving to seek opportunities elsewhere. He constantly aspires to get persons to try to see a different world around them; to recognize and to take advantage of the opportunities presented to them, no matter how small. He is married with four children, and enjoys outdoor activities and multicultural events.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Having my kids read and actually like reading what I have conjured up. Teaching children by example that there is no boundary to what they can do; no limit to their potential.
What are you working on next?
I'd really love to start the sequel to Curse of the Kin as soon as possible. As for 'The lying Little Rascals', I have two other events to write about shortly as well
The Lying Little Rascals are four siblings who are always up to no good. They annoy, tease and fight with each other and seldom get along. When major events happen in the house, no one will own up to it and so the parents decide to let each sit down around the table and write, in their own words, what happened. It's a tricky task, but the truth must come out and someone will be punished.
Curse of the Kin: Return to Jamaica is a fantastic and comical story that follows a small family who have decided to take a cruise vacation. The first itenary stop is Falmouth in Jamaica. They get off to explore the town but unbeknown to them, they should never have. The excursion triggers a curse and, with it, a series of unbelievable events.