Ever since she was little Aray Brown always wanted to be a writer. She began writing at an early age, her short stories consisted of cartoon characters such as She-Ra and He-Man. Later on she decided to delve into something more real and personal. Despite the trials and tribulations she endured in her life, she wrote her first novel "Love Don't Live Here Anymore", a tell all booklet centered around the life and times she spent with her grandmother while her mother was in prison. It was never published or finished. She then went on writing more unpublished novels, honing her craft so to speak. She became obsessed with horrors and thrillers when she was first introduced to great minds like Alfred Hitchcock and Stephen King, watching horror and gory movies grew to be her pleasure. Aray Brown writes from the heart, her passion for general storytelling is what defines her as an artist.