Chicago, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/10/2014 -- Carving her mark on the literary landscape has been Hannah Faye’s passion for years, and with almost twenty books under her belt, one would be forgiven for thinking that she might be ready for a break.
Not even close.
Faye is an accomplished educator, blogger, Director and above all, avid writer – and with the upcoming release of her new work, is set to change the accessibility of The Bible for generations to come.
‘The Wholly Bible: The Book of Genesis, Redesigned’ is a singular achievement.
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 Hannah 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 carefully removed, producing a text fitting for the 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. Available on Amazon February 2014!
Faye’s goals are simple and undeniable. “I want to foster respect and tolerance. I believe that I can help people to think outside of themselves and see the world from different angles and perspectives. Above all, I want ‘The Wholly Bible’ to be a source of comfort and strength, without prejudice or bias, so that it becomes a safe space for those reading it.”
The author has already earned accolades for her other works, including ‘A Rapper’s College’ and ‘Afreconnect’, a two-part film documentary and book on her trip to Dakar, Senegal.
“With ‘Afreconnect’, I wanted to show that there is more to Africa than war. There is more to Africa than poverty. It is a rich and vibrant nation and that’s the part I wanted to show,” says Faye. “With my latest novel, ‘So Much Pussy’, I’m putting the spotlight on one African-American woman’s homosexual experiences and struggle for acceptance. Just like with ‘The Wholly Bible’ – I want to open hearts and minds through my writing. This is my work – I live and breathe it, and am so happy to say that it’s just the beginning!”
‘The Wholly Bible’, will be available in February, 2014.
For more information about Hannah Faye, her current and past projects, and to read her blog, visit: http://hannahfayewrites.weebly.com/
About Hannah Faye
Hannah Faye is an educator, Author, Artist and Director from Chicago, Illinois. Faye enjoys reading, writing and most of all spending time with family and friends. She hopes to bring truth, inspiration and awe to all her readers. Visit www.hannahfayewrites.weebly.com today.