A Letter to a Friend by ZaKiYa
Commentary, Letters, Poetry and Prose

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A Letter to A Friend is a compact compilation of thoughts that promote the reader to think in a different direction than they are probably used to. This book is a candid and uncompromising reflection of the issues we all face. It is an intimate outcry for the need to take accountability for our role in life and the outcome of our actions or lack thereof. We all have a vital part to play and we are not just victims of circumstance. A Letter to a Friend explodes from the inside out the victim mentality that many of us claim at some point in our lives. At times, the words come across like a good old-fashioned thrashing when they are really just a loving reminder of raw unadulterated truth and responsibility.
 

About ZaKiYa

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ZaKiYa born and reared in Brooklyn, NY sees herself as a citizen of the world. A self published poet and spoken word artist, she is seen as a clever, gifted and modest young woman with an innate ability to bring words to life with powerful meaning. Writing is not only one of her treasured past times but the very air she breathes. In addition to writing, she enjoys listening to music and dancing, which is another passion of hers. In fact, she volunteers as a dance teacher to young girls in her community. She is inspired by people, and life in general, and uses that to convey to others the necessity of following the path to a fulfilled life.
 
Published August 13, 2004 by AuthorHouse. 188 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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