Author Tanzaniyah Kash has announced the release of her compelling debut, The Power of Creation Ahayah New Day: In the Beginning It Was Black. Kash was inspired to write in honor of her beloved mother, who always urged her to read and find her personal strength. She hopes that her work will uplift others and help rebuild the broken spirits of African Americans and those who seek to know the truth in solidarity.
The Power of Creation Ahayah New Day chronicles Kash’s life and personal struggles as a Black creative using her art to frame the often harsh realities of the world. Kash’s work is both a passionate statement of faith and an insightful look into what it means to reclaim heritage, reject old falsehoods, and find belongingness. By including poems from her late mother, Kash highlights the enduring nature of love and the power of what we leave behind.
With masterful language and deeply nuanced themes, The Power of Creation Ahayah New Day provides a peaceful outlet to confront trauma while encouraging readers to reconnect with their righteous selves. Instead of shying away from difficult topics, Kash boldly confronts the festering hatred directed at a people whose ancestors were scattered around the world on slave ships.
The Power of Creation Ahayah New Day will resonate with any reader who wishes to turn away from false teachings and step into the light of true knowledge. As the world reels from recent turmoil, Kash’s stunning debut is especially timely. Her commitment to spreading wisdom and truth is evident in the passion and beauty of this inimitable first work.
Tanzaniyah Kash is an author, believer, and spiritual guide who has found her calling spreading a message of peace. She has overcome many challenges, but her great achievement is rejecting Satan and taking control of her own life. She lives and writes in Atlanta, GA.
The Power of Creation Ahayah New Day: In the Beginning It Was Black is available for purchase on Amazon.com and other major retailers.
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