Darrius Leach’s New Book ‘Life and Times of a Gay Black Man’ Is A Survivor’s Account Of Living A Life In A Racist and Homophobic Nation

Darrius Leach, a brilliant writer, has completed his most recent book “Life and Times of a Gay Black Man”: an awe-inspiring autobiography that speaks about the author’s life of growing up black and gay in America and how he found joy amidst these hurtful struggles.
Darrius writes, “When you first meet me, you might think that I am a mean guy who is all about business and does not talk to my family as much. However, when you get to know me, I am nice, and I am all about work and bettering myself and I love my family.
In this memoir, you will read about my life growing up in one of the most dangerous cities in the world as not just a black man, not just a gay man, but a black gay man. You will read about how I had to survive being black in America and being gay as well and how I had to survive the streets and my family at the same time; however, some family members treated me better than others. It doesn’t matter what path you take to get to your goals, just as long as you get there. This book also talks about how I met the love of my life and had the courage to move to a new state by myself with no family. It also talks about how I built a life for myself and how I had to do it thousands of miles away from family. When writing this book, I felt a numerous amount of emotions. I felt happiness, sadness, joy, and depression. I hope that whoever is reading this book can take something from it and help them. What I learned from writing this memoir is that you can’t hold grudges and that no matter what, you have to live your own life.
Thank you.
I want to thank you for reading this book. I hope either you or someone you know can be inspired by my words. Never give up and find your passion. If you have a goal, it does not matter what path you take, just as long as you get to the destination. It does not matter if you’re gay, straight, man, woman, young, or old; you can be successful on your own, and do not let anyone tell you different. No matter what I went through, it made me the man that I am today, and it’s how I met the love of my life, so I am glad that I had those experiences.
If you are feeling depressed, talk to someone, whether it’s your mom, dad, grandparents, friends, or teacher. You are loved.”
Published by Fulton Books, Darrius Leach’s book is a fascinating memoir chronicling the road to happiness and success of a man who strived through the hatred of his country to people of his color. Here we also see how he found the love that brought much joy and meaning to his life.
Readers who wish to experience this touching work can purchase “Life and Times of a Gay Black Man” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books