Meet Author Ayana Eintou Wade

My name is Ayana Eintou Wade. I am 24 years old born September 30, 1983 in Dothan, Alabama. I am the youngest of 4 children, 2 girls 2 boys. I am the proud mother of a 4year old, Iysis Jai. My dad passed when I was 17 years old and my mom just passed November 13, 2008. They are now my sole reason for completing this journey of self-discovery and creativity.

I've always been a lover of books. When I was in 6th grade my best friend and I wrote a book together called, "I didn't think it could happen to me." It was a story about 2 high school students in love and end up HIV positive. I know that's a pretty heavy subject for 2 young girls, but we were actually in school with a guy who contracted the disease and we felt inspired by it.


Shortly after, I began writing poetry. Poetry is actually my first love, but having an opportunity to bring forth a voice that explores the sensual and often frowned upon exotic side of humans keeps me moving forward. My book "Loud Secrets" is a must read, because I touch on the raw sexual energy we all walk around with daily.


I chose to become an erotica author after wanting to channel the passion & lust contained inside each and every one of us. I aggressively attack the subject of male and female sensuality and form an understanding that doesn't disgust my readers, but entice them to find themselves once they let go all inhibitions.


"Loud Secrets" will leave my reading audience breathless, but allow them to ride the wave of bravery. Secrets are kept everyday many are silent, many are not. It's necessary for me to open the door and show the world that erotica isn't nasty, contaminated, or unsafe. It's the untold secrets behind sex that create chaos.


I will also be featured in Bedtime Stories 2 along side several other wonderfully talented authors. Look for my short story "Icing on The Cake."

I AM POWERFUL because I've surrounding my self with nothing less than inspirational energy. My spiritual growth has allowed me to stand tall, exude strength, and push forward even when the odds were against me!









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