Do Road! is a multiplayer game in development for both PC and mobile platforms. Although it focuses on aspects of the Jamaican transportation system, its fun and easy-to-get-into gameplay makes it ideal for any and everyone!
"'Halfway Tree, Cross Road, Town!'
'Papine! UWI Campus!'
'One and ready, two and drive!'
- The all too familiar sounds when traveling through Jamaica's capital city, Kingston. Take to the streets in this fast paced, high-action, competitive multiplayer game and see if you have what it takes to be a true Jamaican Bus Conductor!
With over 10 unique characters to choose from, each with their own special abilities, you're in for the journey of a lifetime as you Do Road!"
Atlas is a 3-part graphic novel series written and illustrated by Michael Talbot. This series, though geared towards the teen and young adult audience, is fit for readers both young and old.
"When the Guardian of this world discovers he is not the only one like himself, his curiosity and desire for knowledge may just lead to his, and everyone else's downfall."
"Growing up as an orphan, Atlas discovers she has unforseen powers – the ability to control and manipulate time. As she learns more about her abilities, Atlas realizes the burden that now rests on her to claim her rightful title as the Time Guardian, and to face her greatest obstacle... herself."
"Despite their history, the Librarian and the Time Guardian both decide to team up to find the remaining Guardians, but as it turns out, some things are better left unbothered."
Jamaican Mi Seh Mi ABC's is a children's book written by Valrie Kemp-Davis and illustrated by Michael Talbot. It takes the classical alphabet book approach and puts a cultural spin to it, weaving aspects of the Jamaican culture into each page.
"So if you think Jamaica is simply coconuts, palm trees, dreadlocks, Drake’s dance song, “Controlla” and Rhianna’s hit tune, “Work”... THEN you’ll be in for a pleasant treat and so much more! This ABC book is the voice and heart of eleven year old Carradice. Though Midwest made and straight out of East Chicago, don’t get it twisted. This young gyal was very much born Jamerican! You are cordially being invited to a JamRock lyrical, patois rhythmic adventure.
Join in as Carradice and Deejay Rewind schools you from A to Z on her father’s culture, foods, heroes, traditions, customs, music... Everyting Mon! She promises that by the time you can say, The End, you will love “Yard” like cooked food and have a greater appreciation for the land of wood and water!
Now available on Barnes and Noble and Amazon.com!