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Aye Pettway Profile

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Love me as I Am!

Female

Columbus

UNITED STATES

http://forealsister.webs.com/

Aye is a prolific writer and busy mother of three. The daughter of an adventurous mother who enlisted in the U.S. Army, when Aye was 8years old. Born in Detroit, Michigan November 26, 1969,and was raised in New Jersey, California, Florida and Berlin Germany.

In 1986 Aye moved to Los Angeles California and lived with her aunt. After graduating from Washington Preparatory High School, Aye joined the armed forces and was stationed in Germany.

After leaving the army where she met her husband, Craig Erskine, she settled into married life and motherhood. Aye has always enjoyed writing her thoughts down and while living in Columbus, Georgia Aye began develop her own style of poetry. In the midst of raising children, managing a home and coping with life’s challenges, she managed to create an impressive body of work.

In 1996 Aye’s mother passed away in Germany, having never seen her grandchildren. Her mother’s death served as a catalyst for Aye. She began in earnest to achieve her goal in writing. She designed, produced and marketed posters and art that showcased her poems.

Far to many interest to list here, but my main interest in this life is to see Humanity free from Spiritual Bondage.

Books I've written

  • I Am Aye
    I Am Aye Poetry by Aye Pettway
    I Am Aye
    I Am Aye

    Reads:
    151

    Pages:
    83

    Published:
    May 2013

    My Poetry reflecting my emotional Pain & Growth.

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

  • Visions in Aye's Heart
    Visions in Aye's Heart Poetry by Aye Pettway
    Visions in Aye's Heart
    Visions in Aye's Heart

    Reads:
    227

    Pages:
    91

    Published:
    May 2013

    Visions in Aye's Heart is a book of poetry that reflects spiritual beliefs & political views. Anytime we discuss politics and spirituality, it can easily beco...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

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