Rosaliene Bacchus

Los Angeles - California - USA

As a former international trade professional in Brazil, I promote trade with Brazil as "Your US-Brazil Trade Assist."

I was born in Guyana, a former British colony on the northern coast of the South American continent. As the only English-speaking country on the continent, Guyana's historical, cultural, and economic development is linked with the Caribbean Region and is a founding member of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).

In 1987, I migrated with my husband and two sons to Fortaleza, capital of the northeastern State of Ceara in Brazil. For fourteen years, I worked as an import-export manager.

My sons and I migrated to Los Angeles, Southern California in the USA, in October 2003. After migrating to the USA, I started writing articles about international trade issues and US-Brazil trade, as well as fictional short stories.

Since January 2011, I focus on my writing projects. I've completed my first novel set in Guyana during the period 1950 to 1970. While seeking a literary agent/publisher for my first novel, I've begun work on my second novel, also set in Guyana (1979-1980).