New York Times bestselling author Mary Honey B Morrison believes that women should shape their own destiny. She has twenty published novels with over two million copies in print. Born in Aurora, IL, and raised in New Orleans, LA, she took a chance and quit her near six- figure government job to self-publish her first book, Soulmates Dissipate, in 2000 and begin her literary career. Mary’s books have appeared on numerous bestseller lists. Mary is also actively involved in a variety of philanthropic endeavors, and in 2006 she sponsored the publication of an anthology written by 33 sixth-graders entitled, Diverse Stories From the Imaginations of Sixth Graders. In 2010, Mary produced a play based on her novel, Single Husbands, which she wrote under her pseudonym, HoneyB. She’s an executive producer, playwright, and is bringing her play to Atlanta, Georgia, November 3-9, 2014. May 2013, Mary sponsored 24 Hour Oakland Parent Teacher Children Center to dress homeless mothers for Mom’s Night Out. On October 12, 2013, Mary was presented by the National Council of Negro Women Inc., San Francisco Chapter the Literary Arts Award. Mary currently resides in Oakland, CA.
by conversationatinfodesk | Wednesday, March, 5, 2014 · 3:53 pm