This page will list the published books of Guyanese writers who have blog entries in the Guyanese Online Blog, and who want easier reader access to these entries.

Writers may advertise their entries for a small contribution to Guyanese Online.

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Guyanese Authors: Links to Blog Entries



  • Mureen baljit  On October 20, 2014 at 11:55 am

    I want to make a comment about the Guyana Police Force they to stop take Brive from people and who are working with the government need to stop take money from people stop take Brive .. give the people what they nee👩

  • Mureen baljit  On October 20, 2014 at 12:08 pm

    I mean Brive the motor vehicle is one of them taking money and who are working in gra stop take Brive and do your job Guyana .. government needs a lots of improvement 👩

  • Ramesh Gampat  On April 29, 2015 at 4:34 pm

    Dear Editor,

    Just a short note to inform you that my two-volume book has been published:

    GUYANA. From Slavery to the Present. Volume 1. Health System
    GUYANA. From Slavery to the Present. Volume 2. Major Diseases

    I shall be happy to provide more information, if need be.

    The book is available at


  • walter  On September 15, 2015 at 11:55 am

    Read the Ronald Sanders review of Oscar Ramjeet’s book “From errand boy to Solicitor General” Had the book as a birthday gift, it did allow a look into the backroom planning going on during the Burnham/Hoyte period. I agree with Sir Ronald, was very interesting reading.

  • Vivette Davson  On December 21, 2015 at 3:56 am

    Guyanese born DEEPBLAQSOUL aka Vivette Davson has been penning exotic and conscious poetry for 40 years.
    For her 2 books check the following links

    Exotic  Poetry by DEEPBLAQSOUL

    Exotic Poetry by DEEPBLAQSOUL

    Her ebooks can be downloaded also at and Barnes and Nobles

    She has magic at her fingertips. Enjoy

    Purchase  Perfumed Whispers in Soft Cover  from Xlibris

  • C Taylor  On September 27, 2016 at 5:53 pm

    Please note the new addition to the list that was omitted earlier, in error:

    PATH to FREEDOM: My Story of Perseverance by Guyanese-author Conrad Taylor. The Smithsonian Institute, the world’s premier archivist, displays it as part of its Anacostia Museum Collection about the History and Culture of Peoples of African descent in the Western Hemisphere.

    PATH to FREEDOM is available in eBook and paperback formats at major online book retailers, such as:

    Amazon at:

    Barnes & Noble at:

    Apple iBookstore at:

    Google Play Bookstore at:

    Best wishes!

  • Wayne Jones  On December 2, 2016 at 9:54 am

    Dear Editor
    I would like to announce that my new chapbook, ‘GREAT GUYANESE HUMOUR
    Guyanese History Through Jokes’ is now available in bookstores in Hamilton, Ontario. Interested readers could email me at
    and I would be too glad to have copies sent to you. Thanks
    Wayne Jones,
    Hamilton,ON. Canadaa

  • Johnny Serrao  On January 23, 2017 at 11:28 pm

    You left out a talented and factual author on Medical Errors. Errors and misdiagnoses by Doctors and Nurses. Published in the United States of America : The other side of the Medical Coin by Desmond Serrao.
    Thank you.

  • T. Abby  On March 22, 2017 at 11:15 pm

    Any word on DANGEROUS TIMES by Aggrey Jones?

  • Nat Khublall  On May 17, 2017 at 8:05 pm

    I am aware of many more Guyanese who have written books of different types, fiction and non-fiction. I am a Guyanese and have written nine textbooks in Singapore, six study manuals in Hong Kong and nine print on demand books in London and available on Amazon. The latter nine books are also available as eBooks. Dr Nat Khublall

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