THE LOVE OF 10,000 by Dr. Kecia Brown Published on May 25, 2019 by Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing
SAN DIEGO - May 26, 2019 - PRLog -- Dr. Kecia Brown is an educator, entrepreneur, writer, mother and SisterCircle convener. Growing up in Inglewood, California, she has written poetry and prose for more than three decades. She released her first book, "Humanity's Cup: Tales From the Inner Circle" in 2006 and "God Don't Like Ugly...And Is Not Too Fond of Pretty Either" in 2018. Brown called upon the talents of her daughter, Makaila Imani to serve as Editor for her first children's book, "The Love of 10,000" a book inspired by Dr. Maya Angelou's poem "Our Grandmothers."
As the first person to graduate college in her family, Kecia earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from California State University in San Luis Obispo; a Master of Arts degree in Leadership Studies from the University of San Diego and a Doctorate of Education degree from Teachers College, Columbia University in the City of New York. Her research interests look at the intersections of career, leadership and spiritual development of women leaders.
Said Dr. Brown, "Writing THE LOVE OF 10,000 began as simply a love letter I wrote to my daughter. It was her encouragement and 'editorial savvy' that led me to publish a book for children everywhere to enjoy. What I did not know at the time, was that I actually wrote the book that I needed as a child to help me better navigate the world after losing my father when I was seven years old. Thus, I have found my own healing in this book and hope that other children (and subsequently adults) will do the same."
At the time of publication, Dr. Brown will embark on a book tour, with details to be announced at a later date. Information about the book is available to consumers at www.drkeciab.com and on her Amazon Author Page www.amazon.com/
The print edition will carry a suggested list price of $16.95 in the U.S. and the digital edition will be priced at $8.99 in the U.S. International prices may vary.
In support of Dr. Brown's personal and professional mission to support the development of next generation leaders, the author will provide copies of the book in her late sister's name to children of military families who have lost a loved one in combat.
An English-language edition of THE LOVE OF 10,000 will be published in six territories: