Indie Shine – Tamyara Brown



In this edition of Indie Shine, a place for rebirthoflisa to ‘Shine’ the spotlight on indie artists, we welcome author Tamyara Brown.


©Tamyara Brown used with permission


Tamyara is the author of six novels Blue’s Treasure,Fat Girl Vigilante, I’m Still here, Gatekeeper of Secrets, Love Has No Waist size and Cash & Money. She has been published in three anthologies, a blogger, website designer, and a publishing consultant. She is a member of the Board of Our Curls, Inc a non-profit organization tailored to providing free wigs and beauty services to women of color. She loves writing novels and in her spare time designing book covers, logos, media kit, and websites.

Q & A:

What do you do and Why do you do it? 
I am an suspense and romance novel writer. I love to write because my whole mission is to use my novels to encourage my readers that we can change our mess and turn our lives into a masterpiece.
Tell us about your most recent work. 
Cash and Money is a twisted tale about a set of Twins. One of the twins has fallen in love Tamyara3with his father’s wife, Onika. She is the master puppeteer tugging at one of the son’s heart and the father. When the revelation of truth is found out all hell will break loose.
Who inspires you?
My children is inspire me especially my son Ruben who has battled a tough kidney disease, received a kidney transplant in 2015 and continues to overcome his battles with his health.
What do you consider your “Masterpiece” at this time? 
Right now my masterpiece to me is my first novel, Blue’s Treasure. It was written in love and open the doors for me to continue writing.
What is your motto in life?
To work hard, stay humble and be a blessing to others always.
Name your wildest dream. The one you can not imagine achieving, but would love for it to come true. 
My wildest dreams would be to see all of my books become a movie and at least one wins an Oscar.
What is your favorite quote? 
If God’s will is in your little stones, they will surely bring down giant Goliaths… but you have to make the throw!”
When it is all said and done, what would you like to be remembered for? 
Being an amazing writer and a woman who dared to dream big and do the work no matter what.
Tell us about your next project and when will it be available to the public? 
B.L.A.H Diaries in September 2018 and A missing Girl Named Reshonda in 2019

©Tamyara Brown used with permission

Social Media:


Instagram: @Tamluvstowrite39

Twitter: @Tamluvstowrite

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