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Angela Grey Angela Grey
  • Country: United States
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 1 July
  • Member Since: Feb 2022
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  • Reading:

    Mystery New Adult Romance Teen & Young Adult Poetry
About Angela Grey is a memoirist, poet, mystery writer, and YA novelist that has created memorable moving tales about the sometimes unexpected and challenging road to first love: Dancing Without Music (a novel about depression), Lake of Secrets (a mystery about teen pregnancy), Secret Whispers (a story about schizophrenia), Déjà vu (a tale about a teen with bipolar disorder), and Of Laughter & Heartbreak (a piece about obsessive-compulsive disorder). Another YA/teen account is Prologue to an Epitaph, which is based on a true story of teen pregnancy and the struggle of her preemie. A still younger account which is also based on a true story is A Childhood Lost to the Wind which tells the story of childhood and adolescent abuse.

Then there's Sifting Through a Storied Past which is a collection of poetry and prose, a transcendental journey, about ancestry, relationships, alcoholism, mental illness, abuse, love, loss, hate, the elusiveness of reality, and the painfulness of words for those of us who love too deeply and shatter too easily.

It spans the darkest moments aiming towards kindness, forgiveness, growth, healing, and serenity by releasing the stories of a once broken soul to find ultimate closure.

This collection is a heart-wrenching expression of pain, longing, heartbreak, true love, and the dark and spiritual side of our souls, simplified in brief, but pensive pieces.

She is a novelist, poet, and painter that enjoys yoga and spirituality classes. Although she's a South Dakota native and an enrolled member of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate, she lived in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, New York on and off throughout her childhood. Currently, Angela resides in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, with her family. Other hobbies include Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), camping, and budget travel particularly to Maine, Oregon, and the coastal Carolinas.