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Andria D. Flax is fortunate to have found literary success and a loyal following of readers. This reputation has led to her being featured in a number of different articles and media profiles, which you can explore below.

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New Book By Local Author Andria D. Flax Salutes VI Seniors

Virgin Islands News Online

“When an old man dies, a library burns to the ground,” is a popular African proverb illustrating that seniors have a lot to share regarding their knowledge and wisdom, having lived a long life. 

For Virgin Islander and Author Andria D. Flax, the journey immortalises some of that knowledge in the pages of ‘A walk through the Valley,” a new book saluting local seniors who live to be centenarians and supercentenarians.

A Walk Through The Valley: Book Launch

Island Sun

Family member, friends, and members of the wider BVI community gathered at the Tortola Conference Room at Maria's by the Sea, Wickham's Cay I, on Tuesday 15th June, 2021 to celebrate the newest accomplishment of local author, Mrs. Andria D. Flax nee Norman.

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“A Walk Through The Valley” By Mrs. Andria Flax; Stories Of The Virgin Islands’ Golden Population

284 Media

The book begins in the 1800’s and leads up to present day while traveling with “la crème de la crème” – super centenarians, centenarians, upper nonagenarians and lower nonagenarians.

New Book Tells A Story Of The Virgin Islands' Golden Seniors

Government of the Virgin Islands

Local author, Mrs. Andria Flax, has said that her new book titled 'A Walk the Valley' tells stories of the Virgin Islands' golden population.


Mothers Who Rock - A Motivator, Mentor and A Role Model To Many

Empowerment Moments Blog

She is a light source that beams through your darkness and you can see the end near, when previously it seemed so far away.

The Way We Were: BVI Culture In Days Gone By

Virgin Islands Traveller

Who has not entertained a fantasy of quitting your job and living the simple life on a quiet tropical island....If you'd like to ponder this particular dream a bit longer, pick up a copy of The Way We Were.

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"The Way We Were" - A Book Of Customs, Values and Traditions

SKN Vibes

The book, which was inspired by a picture of the author's grandfather, the late Fredrick Smith, takes readers down memory lane and portray the life of her ancestors 'the Cay people' on Peter Island and of Road Town.

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