Kay-Marie Fletcher

Kay-Marie Fletcher
Kay-Marie Fletcher
Believe In Your Own Fairytale
It is a creative non-fiction/memoir about a young, single, ambitious, black woman from the Caribbean who has big dreams about becoming a journalist and New York Times best selling author. However, in order to achieve these goals, which everyone else sees as “fairytales”, she has to overcome various hardships. These include grief, disappointment, depression, poverty, anxiety, crossing geographical borders and overcoming many psychological barriers. The poor girl from a tiny island goes on a journey of self-discovery and takes a leap of faith to go after her dreams. In the end, she achieves much more than the New York fairytale but also establishes a relationship with God, falls in Self-love and discovers her true purpose in life.

It is for all the wanderers, dreamers and all those who dreams are so big it scares them and everyone around them. It is for those who lack support from others and struggle daily to achieve their lifelong goals. If this young, naive but strong-minded, island girl can pursue and make her fairytales become reality then so can you!
Trinidad and Tobago
I am an energetic, enthusiastic and passionate millienial with an incurable case of wanderlust and love for writing. My background is Psychology and I am a professional blogger and broadcast journalist from the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. I am also a bibliophile, advocate for literacy and believe that books have the power to change lives.
Fairytales, Believing in yourself, Travel, Grief, Having a relationship with God, Prayer, Faith, Self-love, Heartbreak, Relationships, Anxiety, Disappointment, Sabbaticals, and the pursuit of happiness.

“Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe it can achieve!” – Napoleon Hill