"A Walk Through Brooklyn"

A good book is hard to find, but once you find one, it expands your wanting to read even more. Author Rashaun J. Allen writes “A Walk Through Brooklyn”; a collection of nineteen poems that express the black experience from a vivid point of view.

The book's perspective is that of an African American man who has experience growing up in American society without a father, and losing a loving mother. “A Walk Through Brooklyn” covers a range of topics such as self-motivation, love, friendship, abandonment and loss - all things that elleELLEeye value. His poems attempt to ask and answer questions such as: How does self motivation lead to success? What’s the difference between love and lust? Can a friendship be repaired? And how does a parent’s addiction affect a child?

Be sure to keep up with Rashaun as he does book signings around NY. You can see him on March 27th at 12pm for a Book Signing for "A Walk Through Brooklyn" at:

Market Block Books
290 River Street Troy, NY 12180

But if you can't wait until then...

Spread Love. Live Life. Be Inspired.

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