Monday, April 22, 2013

Author of The Week: Nigli Brown

Q & A with Nigli Brown

A&RBC: How did you become a writer?
Nigli: I became a writer when I realized it was the only way I could deal with the life that I came from. When I was 11 I started writing poetry, it was the only way I could cope with my anger and the pain I had endured growing up.

A&RBC: Where does your inspiration for your characters come from?
Nigli: The inspiration for my characters comes from a life hard life that I had to encounter. Growing up on my own the constant struggle, the obstacles that many people don’t realize we go through. My inspiration was for people who have went through or know people who are going through some of the worst hells that life can bring to us.

A&RBC: What are you hoping readers take from your book?
Nigli: I’m hoping readers take from my book that we don’t have to fall because of the obstacles that tries to stop us up. How our strength will be the only way to accomplish success, to never give up, to read this book and either say “This is The Life of Me” or “This is The Life of Someone I Know”.

A&RBC: If you were to write a book about a controversial topic, what would it be?
Nigli: If I were to write a book about a controversial topic, I would write about lesbians and gays.

A&RBC: Most writers have a process or method for writing their books, what is yours?
Nigli: My process for writing my books is simple I think about things every hour to write about I imagine the perfect stories from the scenes around me. After that I just type the story up.

A&RBC: What is your favorite genre of books?
Nigli: Fiction

A&RBC: Are you an avid or occasional reader?
Nigli: I would say I’m an occasional reader

A&RBC: What are two things you want your readers to know about you?
Nigli: I’m a father of a baby girl, and a junior in Applied Mathematics at The University at Buffalo

A&RBC: If you could interview one of your favorite authors, who would it be? Why?
Nigli: I would interview Zane because I admire her for her success in self publishing and would take some tips from her.

A&RBC: What is or was your dream job?
Nigli: My dream job is really just to help others, which ever way  that comes.

A&RBC: What new projects are you working on?
Nigli: I am working on my second novel “The Life of Me: The Unexpected Happy Ending” which is part two of the sequel The Life of Me expected to be released January 1st 2013. I’m also getting ready to write a three book series title “A Three Sided Story” which is a series on relationships which stems from the relationship between two characters from my first sequel. “A Three Sided Story: A Mans Deadliest Enemy”, “A Three Sided Story: The Mysterious Woman Within” and “A Three Sided Story: Love Conquers All” Which are all scheduled to be release through February.

A&RBC: Where can readers find you?
Nnigli: Readers can find me at the following web addresses,,,,, and,

Or reach me at (716) 335-3966
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About The Book


The life of me is and inspirational thriller that covers the story of a teen who grew up fighting for his survival through foster homes and crack houses. But everything changes after Anthony loses the closest thing to him... Lisa. Now 16 Anthony meets Ashley, but her father is a mystery, who is he? What secrets will Anthony uncover, and will he make it through this last hell in his life alive.

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