A Black Man’s Pain by Teresa M. Browning

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Ervin is the typical young boy born as a bastard child that finds himself unwanted and unloved by those closest to him. Rejected at birth, his only hope at unconditional love was from his grandparents who take and raise him as their own. After a few years of pure happiness, Ervin’s estranged mother Molly decides that she wants her son back and his never ending nightmare begins.

At 5 years old Ervin meets the physically-scarred Molly for the first time and has no idea that he is about to enter a world no child should ever be exposed to. Unbeknownst to Ervin, Molly is fighting her own personal demons. Her sexual appetite is uncontrollable and she makes it evident she is in no hurry to stop her erogenous ways.

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Interview with Teresa M Browning

When did you realize you had a book (or some books) inside you?
When I was 12 years of age. I would sit for hours writing down everything I saw and felt. I lived in a dysfunctional house so this was my only escape from the madness I felt deep blackmanspainebook (1)down inside.

Why is the theme of this project important?
I want to lift men of color back to their rightful place. There are some good men out there you (women) just have to take the blinders off to see their good worth.

What did you learn about yourself while writing this book?
I have been through some ugly storms with man but yet I love him still. I had to take a few steps back myself to see regardless to the past don’t judge one man by another and by all means give him the opportunity to prove he is what he says he is before I judge him.

How do you find time to write?
I am a full time writer so my pen blazes more times than not. I am still as I was as a kid I write down my most intimate thoughts, my hopes, and dreams

If you could work on a writing project with anyone (dead or alive), who would it be? Why?
My goal would be to write with Sidney Shelton, he has a fantastic and vivid imagination, if they were to put the both of us together……My God is all I can say……….

About Teresa M Browning

TBrowningTeresa Mason Browning is a woman of true insight and a lively spirit. She is the author of two bestselling novels, “Why I Kept My Past A Secret” and “Now That The Secrets Are Out” and has traveled many places as a motivational speaker. Her latest releases, “Living Free of the Secrets” and “A Black Man’s Pain”, are soon to become national best sellers as well. Teresa was born in Oklahoma, but was raised in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. She now resides in South Carolina with her significant other that helps keep her the jovial woman she is today.

You can learn more about Teresa M Browning at www.teresambrowning.com.

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