Kya Publishing Releases Special Anniversary Edition "Urban Toronto Tales" eBooks on Amazon Kindle

TORONTO, ONT (April 2019) - Toronto-based publishing and communications company Kya Publishing has just released a special anniversary edition of  their Urban Toronto Tales collection. The nine novels and short story collections are now available online in e-book format with special new cover designs, through Amazon.com.

Written by Stacey Marie Robinson, the stories in the Urban Toronto Tales collection are a fictional documentation of life, love, and relationships in the urban Toronto city.

"I love Toronto and the people that live here, and my stories have always been dedicated to preserving the natural essence of life in Canada from a cultural perspective," said Robinson. "Kya Publishing's objective has always been to document, support, share, and encourage growth through urban fiction. The lives of my characters represent the young African and Caribbean descendants of this multicultural city, and it is my hope that this history will be authentically preserved through literature."

The first Kya Publishing novel available in print, "Video Light," went on sale to the public in the summer of 2008, followed by the birth of the Urban Toronto Tales collection with "Friends with Benefits," "The Way We Used To Be," "The Hook Up," "First Year," "Request to Rewind," "Eighteen," "I Wish I Never Met Him," and "Carnival Spotlight," the latest novel that was published in 2014. The 10th book of the Urban Toronto Tales collection, "Bonafide Toronto Love," is scheduled to be released later this year.

In addition to the literature by Stacey Marie Robinson, Kya Publishing also features Kamilah Haywood's novel "Diamond in the Rough: Part Two," a story that takes a fictional look at the urban Toronto experience from inside a women's correctional facility.

All Kya Publishing paperback books and ebooks are available online via the Kya Publishing website.

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