Today I’m super happy to host a fellow author and friend, Aray Brown, for the release of her upcoming novella Next of Kin:Blood is Thicker Than Water.
First let’s learn a little bit about Aray. Here is her Bio:
Her short stories consisted of characters such as She-ra and He-man. Later on she decided to delve into something more real and personal.
She always had a passion for storytelling even though she couldn’t express it verbally.
After dabbling in other areas, she found her true calling and vowed to share her gift with the rest of the world.
Just like every other kid he grew up on Stephen King and Alfred Hitchcock, she became obsessed with horror. Most importantly gore.
While she has different genres in mind for her next up and coming projects, her love of gruesome tales will always be eternal.
I asked Aray to tell us a little bit about how the cover came to be, and this is what she said:
The original cover just came to me when I was knee deep in the story. I wanted it to be more gruesome looking (a thick trail of black blood, leading up to a woman’s corpse and the K carved in her) lol but I’m not knocking this cover at all. Less is more.
The story however, was originally a script I was working on before I even started converting it. I remember thinking “this should be a book” That was back when I was a little confused on which path I should take (screenwriting or novel writing), I just went with my gut and haven’t regretted since.
I am very happy to present the cover of the upcoming novella by Aray Brown, Next of Kin: Blood is Thicker Than Water, created by All Authors Graphic Design.
Medina Price always wanted to be a cop, just like her successors, until she gets thrown into a corrupt life at an early age due to witnessing her mother being slaughtered at the hands of a hired gunman. Now that she’s been seduced by darkness, she vows to get revenge, but she gets more than she bargained for. What will Medina do? At this juncture in her life Medina realizes that… Everyone is capable of something.
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