Hannah Faye is an educator, writer, director and artist. She was born on January 20, 1983 in Chicago, Illinois to a city transit worker and homemaker. In 1990, Faye recalls writing her first story about a lion putting away his appetite to save a deer from a trap. In 1992, Faye wrote her second story and published it to her fifth grade class entitled Billy the Kid, about a young boy putting aside his bullying ways. In 1993, Faye won her first literary award in a school essay contest entitled I Believe in Myself where she remembers reciting the essay over the school's intercom. As a teenager, Faye advanced further in writing and began working on more complex stories: one involving a struggling college student's affair with a multi-millionaire. This developed into the Unexpected Heir. Little did Faye know how these early writing achievements would foreshadow her success in the writing world. After Faye's family located to Indiana, Faye graduated from Lake Central High School, located in St. John, IN and went on to attend Indiana University where she earned a degree in education. Although a lover of the arts, she aspires to advance in areas of law, politics and medicine.
In 2011, Faye published several titles in one year; three of which earned placement in the Top #100 in their particular categories on Amazon. One of the titles, namely A Rapper's College, as a script earned placement in the third round of the Golden Brad Awards, a movie script contest. Faye landed on the front cover of USA Today as a result of her involvement in the Occupy Movement and the publishing of Occupy the World From the Heart of the Protesters. The thing about it is...this is only the beginning. Faye is always working on new projects. Follow Faye on Twitter @ HannahFaye0120 today and join her on Facebook by clicking the links above. Find all Faye's projects on Amazon, Barnes and Nobles and many more websites today.