Born and raised in Selma, Alabama in 1965 to my single parent mother. Moved to Richmond, Virginia at the age of 14 and have resided here since that time. I am the mother of 3 children ages 24, 21, and 15. I have been an employee of the Federal Government for 23 years. I am currently married with complications.
Do you have any published books:
My first published novel which was published Septembr 25, 2009 is entitled "Unfinished Endeavors". Un finished Endeavors is a heartgripping novel based on my own life experiences as a teenager and young adult suffering from self-esteem issues and choices of permiscuity and drug use but with a determination to serve God.
Why did you join this group?
I read about it on iseecolor.com and thought it may be a good way to network and promote my book.
Favorite Writing / Book Related Site?
amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and outskirtspress.com
My name is Mr. Bertrand E. Brown and I am a former elementary school teacher, author and currently the co-founder of The Literacy Library, Inc., a non-profit tutorial service which aids underprivileged and at-risk African-American teenagers in their academics.
At present and because we are a nonprofit organization we tend to rely rather heavily on book donations such as yours and we would gladly accept any book donation or gift certificate which would aid us in motivating our students to achieve and maintain the pursuit of academic success which we feel is such an integral part of being a productive and integral part of our society.
Hopefully you can help us in our endeavors with your donation. The majority of our students are young adults and their interests are unlimitited so any and all genres are welcomed.
And with that said I thank you sincerely for your time, support and understanding and patiently await your reply.
The Literacy Library
c/o Mr. Bertrand E. Brown ,
1706 Kay St.
Greensboro, N.C. 27405
P.S. Our temporary state tax I.D. # acknowledging our nonprofit status is 271901520
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