Louisville, KY, March 16, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Welcome to love. Welcome to heartache. Welcome to fear. Welcome to hope.
While Aray previously wrote a novel, "Love Don't Live Here Anymore," she never published it. She loved writing but didn't dabble into poetry until years later. It all started with a pen and paper, then escalated to her very own YouTube channel. Her dream of self publishing finally came through with her first poetry book. If it wasn't for a certain R&B artist she wouldn't have the courage to showcase her poetry. She always wanted to do it but she hated her voice at that time. After watching his videos off and on, she figured if he can do it then so can she. After that, a star was born and so was, "Expressions of Me."
Read the raw emotion from Aray, read about her struggles, her agony, her fears and her hope for a better future - all expressions of her. She describes her work as "a special story that needs to be told, and she's grateful to God for allowing her to be the voice behind it."
"Expressions of Me" is available in both print and ebook format.
Expressions of Me
Author: Aray Brown
Published: October 2013
Genre: Poetry, Literature, African American Poetry
About The Author:
Aray Brown is a 37 year-old, new independent author/poet. Her first book "Expressions of Me" was officially released in October 2013. Ever since she was little she always wanted to be a writer. She began writing at an early age, her short stories consisted of cartoon characters such as She-Ra and He-Man. Later on she decided to delve into something more real and personal.
Despite the trials and tribulations she endured in her life, she wrote her first novel "Love Don't Live Here Anymore," a tell all book centered around the life and times she spent with her grandmother while her mother was in prison. It was never published. She then went on writing more unpublished novels, honing her craft so to speak. Writing has always been her passion and will continue to be, until her last breath. She is currently working on her second book, her first novel, entitled, "Blood Is Thicker Than Water."
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