Surviving an interstate bridge leap, enduring Bipolar 1 disorder, and questioning sexual identity through a deeply religious lens have laid the groundwork for Claire Ishi Ayetoro's memoir, "I Hear the Black Raven." —
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"There is always a seed of hope inside us" says Ayetoro. For the author and human rights activist, that voice of hope is a black raven, which continues to provide her with poetic encouragement in times of despair.
As for her memoir, the sheer vulnerability in which she exposes her life's idiosyncrasies endears her readers with unconditional trust. It's clear that Ayetoro has a deep desire to experience life and love in their purest form, which is sure to inspire and motivate her readers. Her vivid explanations of her manic episodes and her ability to transcend them leaves her readers feeling empowered and optimistic.
Under her pseudonym, Claire Ishi Ayetoro is an author and writer. Under her birth name, Amber, she is a poet and founder of Dawn of the Equal Age- a non-profit media awareness movement that believes that it is possible for the world to achieve global equality. For interviews and appearances, please contact email@example.com.
"I Hear the Black Raven" will be released May 25th 2021 on Amazon as Paperback, and eBook, and audiobook in Google Play and Itunes.
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Release ID: 89009749