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Faye Bryant
Faye Bryant
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 3
  • Profession: Author | Speaker | Coach
  • Member Since: Jun 2019
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  • Followers: 14
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BIOGRAPHY

"I was born at a very early age and started telling stories soon after." Faye Bryant

Faye grew up hearing the stories of her family and has used those stories of life and death, betrayal and reconciliation, faith and family to create the Grandma, Mom, and Me Saga.

She is also the author of "Ramblings from the Shower | Integrity, Faith, and Other Simple Yet Slippery Issues" and has recently published a devotional ebook, "Coffee, Bible, Journal: Musings from the Comfy Chair with a View."

Faye struggled under the weight of many layers of a past that kept her hidden and helpless. All that has changed. She is the founder of Build a Better Legacy, dedicated to helping those held captive by past family trauma or choices to grow past surviving to thriving.

Faye and her husband Jack live in a beautiful valley in the Smoky Mountains.

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Louise (Grandma, Mom, and Me Book 1)

Publish Date: Sep 30, 2018

Genre: Historical Fiction

avg rating4.9 - 20 reviews on Amazon

Faye Bryant's Books

Louise (Grandma, Mom, and Me Book 1)

Louise (Grandma, Mom, and Me Book 1)

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Publication Date: Sep 30, 2018

Historical Fiction

4.9 (20 ratings)

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Ramblings from the Shower: Integrity, Faith, and Other Simple Yet Slippery Issues

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Publication Date: Dec 26, 2013

Christian Nonfiction

4.7 (23 ratings)

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Coffee, Bible, Journal: Musings from the Comfy Chair with a View

Coffee, Bible, Journal: Musings from the Comfy Chair with a View

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Publication Date: May 28, 2019

Religion & Spirituality

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Faye Bryant Interview

  • On 17, 10 2019

    Faye Bryant interview

    Faye Bryant's first book was “Ramblings From the Shower | Integrity, Faith and Other Simple Yet Slippery Issues.” The only college she has gone to is the University of Hard Knocks. Faye and her husband Jack live in a beautiful valley in the Smoky Mountains. She loves going places and capturing the sights she sees. Faye struggled under the weight of many layers... read full interview

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    • allauthor 4 monthsAllauthor
    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • rfbryant 4 monthsAuthor
      • Definitely! The Grandma, Mom, and Me Saga is a fictionalized version of the lives of three women, Louise (Grandma), Elaina (Mom), and Beth (Me). The stories I've heard throughout my life mixed with some literary license have made these books reality.
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    • allauthor 4 monthsAllauthor
    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • rfbryant 4 monthsAuthor
      • Goodness, yes!
        A fellow author, Anne Marie Miller, helped me tremendously. She told me to just vomit words. No, not literally, but to just write -- even if it was a grocery list or a note to a friend. The act of writing was important, and sometimes those things had to be gotten out of my brain in order for the story words to come.
        She was right. It helped.
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      • rfbryant 4 monthsAuthor
      • UGH! Shutting out distractions. When I sit down at my desk, I need to have time to get into the process - whether it's a character's head, a description of who, what, when, where, and why, or tackling research. Too often I realize I need to balance the checkbook or pay a bill or do some laundry or call a friend and my writing time is whisked away.
        Recently, I've learned to set off one day of the week for just writing. No banking, no bills, no trips, nothing else. It's hard, but it's necessary.
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