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Monday, February 27, 2017

“Misplaced Passion” Will Rock Your Heart and Soul with Poetry to Inspire Your Choices

— Freele Spoken Poems Give Clever Anecdotes and Deep Metaphors, Creating a Unique Experience for Readers —

Misplaced Passion by Ebony Brown

Bookcover and author, Ebony Brown

Houston, TX — Ebony Brown will inspire readers to find their purpose with her book of poems, Misplaced Passion. This literary gem features reflections on the adversities many endure and conquer in life. Compelling storytelling inspires readers to seek their desires by looking within to direct their path on this spiritual journey to fulfill their destiny. Poetry range from perseverance in “Misunderstood,” to self-love in “Ambitious.”

Misplaced Passion will take you on a thought-provoking spiritual ride. It is who you are, your process toward defining your inner being. As I go through this thing called life, I began to appreciate the process to manifest what my heart desires. Life is a journey in finding out who you are when your passion is not misplaced,” says Brown.

Intriguing gems of faith, history and wisdom are woven throughout the book, providing education with empowerment. Misplaced Passion is a must read for those seeking to channel their passion into growth instead of stagnation. It stimulates a path to mental, spiritual and physical wellbeing.

Misplaced Passion is available now on Amazon.com and other online retailers.

For more information, visit www.ahzurytebooks.com


About Ebony Brown
Ebony Brown aka Freele Spoken, shares her experiences through lyrical expression. She self-published Misplaced Passion under her imprint, Ahzuryte Books. Brown will soon release an animated web series called “Temporary Insanity.” It will feature a single mom who needs a fresh start and finds herself in a situation where lies or rumors get you in, and truth or integrity keep you out.

Ahzuryte comes from an ancient term that means healing, which is what Brown hopes to bring through her works.


Ebony Brown