Brown Silk

Brown Silk

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Seventeen year old, Tianna Harper, never expected to leave Georgia. But after her mother lands a new job overseas, she is forced to leave her small rural town and move up North with her crazy, no-holds-barred, aunt in Brooklyn. Fast paced. Full of life. New York is nothing like back home. And with the help of her cousin, Lavina, Tianna learns to adjust to the new way of life in the busy city. However, everything as she knows it changes, when she meets Damien, a smooth talking, baby faced brother from around the way, who manages to turn her life completely upside down. A coming of age story, compellingly painted with the rich essence of 1970's through early 90's New York, Brown Silk shares the gripping tale of a young girl's journey to womanhood, as she discovers the poignant beauty of love, pain, and self-acceptance.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 460 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 26mm | 522g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514826410
  • 9781514826416

About Taisha S Ryan

Taisha Ryan is a writer and artist from New York. Writing has been her passion since the age of 12, allowing her to express her wild imagination through words. Since then, Taisha has written short stories, novels, poems, songs, and screenplays. In March 2014, she published her debut novel, Cuffed. She currently lives in Long Island, NY where she works with autistic children as a direct care counselor, while also focusing on attaining her MSW degree. Look out for more of her projects in the future!show more

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34 ratings
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