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July 9, 2015: Keyanna Ford, a renowned novelist, enthusiastic blogger and a passionate advocate for ending domestic violence is delighted to announce the launch of her brand new website, along with a special giveaway for dedicated fans that includes signed copies of her novels and a few "other surprises."
Author of the highly acclaimed romantic urban fiction novel, "Living in Fear", and its highly anticipated thrilling sequel “I Hate That I Love You", Keyanna Ford's publications explores and documents her struggle with domestic violence in an abusive relationship, and a subsequent self-recovery via writing. A B.A in criminal justice and social/psychology from Western Michigan, and a proud member of the Kalamazoo Literacy organization as well as the National Network to End Domestic Violence, Keyanna Ford is also a public speaker and enjoys engaging conversations with people who have trodden similar paths.
Eagerly excited fans can meanwhile sign up and subscribe to the site's mailing list to stand a chance in winning the author's special book collection giveaway and have a sneak peek into Keyanna Ford's mind and writing approach. A total of three winners will be selected and entitled to receive the autographed copies of her books: An Email List VIP, another Twitter Leader and a Facebook super fan. Those interested can also share news of the big giveaway on Facebook and Twitter to increase their chances of winning the prize.
Furthermore, the glamorously decorated new interactive website is an exclusive preview into Keyanna Ford's literary and personal life. A compelling “About Me" page gives a whole new meaning to Ford's backstory, including her inspirations, favorite authors and hobbies. The "Books" tab features tempting summaries of all her latest novels, and meanwhile the "News" page provides information about her various workshops and events (which includes the Black Arts Festival), along with media reportage. Fans may also be excited to check out her "Gallery" link for some candid photo shoots and her "Blog" feature for some stimulating discussions. She even has her own Reading Club which features authors from the likes of Nikki Turner and Tasha Macklin.
Regarding her novel "Living In Fear", on which her primary literary reputation rests, an impressed reader called it "a powerful and dynamic read" while another commented on her site "can't wait for part 2". The darker but delightful sequel “I Hate That I Love You" received similar applause.