1. The Wholly Bible: The Book of Genesis, Redesigned by Hannah Faye.In 1611 King James and forty-seven men translated and published what has been known as "The Holy Bible" throughout the world. Now, over 400 years later Faye has transformed the Book of Genesis into what will be known as the first book of the "Wholly Bible." For the first time Faye presents to us a work that is not only accessible to the whole world, but truly includes the whole world. All biases have been removed, producing a text fitting for today's modern world. Three years in the making. Faye is the first person to revise a book of the bible entirely on her own in such a way that excludes all bias.
2. Afreconnect: The Book, Photo Journal, Photography, Film Documentary by Hannah Faye. The purpose of the Afreconnect Project is to interest all people in Africa. Ultimately, Faye hopes to help restore a positive image to the land and its people through her own learning experience. "There is more to Africa than war. There is more to Africa than poverty. It is a rich and vibrant place." - Hannah Faye
3.Do To Animals by Hannah Faye. "Do to others as you would have them do to you." It's become a common saying. It's the Golden Rule. In this fictional, somewhat comical biography, a veterinarian accidentally finds herself in a position to be amazed by animals' thoughts and how they truly feel about the world around them. Do To Animals will surprise, yet encourage pet owners and non-pet owners alike everywhere to treat animals with respect.
4.Wominion by Hannah Faye. A 21st century guide on how women may move collectively toward dominating the world beginning with gaining control over their own personal lives.
5.Occupy the World: From the Heart of the Protesters by Hannah Faye. The energy from protests which began in Egypt earlier this year has spread like a wild fire throughout the world and overseas most recently touching the United States borders. On September 17, 2011 protesters in the U.S. began marching on the streets of New York City's financial district, Wall Street, going by the name Occupy Wall Street. They claimed it was time to "occupy" the city and take back what belonged to them. In their own words they represent the 99% against the 1%, who they believe controls the world unfairly. In a very short time Occupy Wall Street has influenced several other cities to follow suit taking on a similar name with respect to their cities: Occupy Chicago, Occupy Los Angeles, etc. Occupy the World: From the Heart of the Protesters is the first book of testimonies given from actual participants in the movement from different parts of the country. They say it's time for a global revolution and it starts right here in the hearts of protesters.
7. WHITE Like the Rainbowby Hannah Faye: A book of transcribed recorded conversations between a caucasian couple and hannah faye, between August 25, 2011 and September 4, 2011. Through a series of intense questioning, probing and a playing of the devil's advocate, Faye hopes to deliver an update on race relations in the u.s., establish where the races stand now Post Civil Rights Era, and establish where they hope to be 50 years from now.
8. Can Anything Good Come From Englewood?: William Estese is a young man who grew up on the streets of Englewood, a well-known area for crime in Chicago, Illinois. During the 90's, 88 people were killed within a period of only four months. In John 1:46 Nathaniel asks Phillip of Jesus: "Can there any good thing come out of Nazareth?" In this biography we shall see if anything good can from Englewood. Title no longer available.
9. Halos' Magic by Hannah Faye: Faye's first and only children's book, for which she is also the illustrator. Summary: The Halo's magic is stolen from their village only to be used by the Maniacs for evil. When the Maniacs find the evil they inflict on others comes back to them they are anxious to return the magic they stole. See how it all ends in Halos' Magic. purchase the illustrations on Imagekind and listen to faye read it here.
10. Why Your Parents Hate You: Speshally 4 U Teens. This book offers the latest advice to an age group which continues to bewilder all the others from generation to generation...teens! faye doesn't claim to be a doctor or have any other medical training, but she tells teens like it is. What she says here teens won't find in any other book. teens...brace yourself for the truth!
11. Sex: If You Don't Know, Now You know. Are you lost about sex? Don't know what's right from wrong? Wonder what your woman or man is thinking during the act? Check this out. faye hopes you will find this book assuring, entertaining, but most of all enlightening. It's time for some real, honest sex talk. Brace yourself as she talks about all the things most people are too embarrassed to discuss. Contains adult content. Must be 18 years or older to purchase.
12. Let's Play House: Child sexual abuse cases are on the rise. Hundreds of thousands are reported each year. Ninety five percent of those cases involve offenders who are relatives or "friends" of their victims. Surprisingly, a large percentage of those offenders are children themselves. This book comprises six stories based on true events as told by the victims and offenders themselves. For mature audiences.
13. Gaud's Trial: A fictional biography about a journalist whose faith in God has always been less than perfect. After college he lands a job working as a journalist for his father's unsuccessful newspaper company. He is on the brink of losing his job when a stroke of luck lands him a seven-day interview with a serial killer coincidentally named Imez Gaud, who claims she is God. Read how his life is changed forever after his encounter with Gaud.
14. Thirteen Years Old in the Fourth Grade: An autobiography detailing Faye's experience as a beginning teacher in one of the harshest public school districts in America. raw and unedited. It is her personal ventilation. Brace yourself as she tells it like it is and reveals some shocking truths about the public school system. Faye hopes to inform and encourage those who truly want to be good teachers, principals and administrators. Based on true events.
15. A Rapper's College: A fictional biography about a young musician who overcomes dyslexia while making it through the challenges of his personal life and those of the rap industry. In the end, his life and lyrics are changed forever by a phenomenal tutor.
17.The Unexpected Heir: A fictional biography about a young woman who grows up idolizing the rich and famous only to find how much she detests them after a sudden stroke of luck lands her a job working closely with their children. Read as a series of unfortunate events leads to her life being changed forever.
18. Planet Lesbiya: A biography about a woman's struggle with her sexuality. What else is new right? Well, this story is a bit different. Rose, the story's main character sees herself living in a man's world, but spending most of her time dwelling on a planet where she claims women rule. Will she come to grips with reality? How will she define herself? Contains adult content. Must be 18 years or older.
19.The Meze: A science fictional biography that takes place in the year 3046. Scientist, Dr. Zenith Karingo has just devised a plan for Americans to survive the destruction of the U.S. by designing weapons that resemble humans. Later his daughter, picks up where he left off and designs similar human machines that must now save humans from the destruction of the Earth. Will she succeed in her goals? How will the President of the World affect her plans? Contains adult content. Must be 18 years or older.
*In addition Faye is the editor of two publications unlisted. Note: All projects are self-published and therefore may contain some minor publishing errors.*