Morgan B. Houston born in Roswell, New Mexico in February 20, 1989. At the Age 8, she moved to Mobile, Alabama with her Mother and Father. Morgan took on the love of writing at 9 years old where she began writing poetry and short stories. Growing up she was a fan of Langston Hughes and of course the legendary Maya Angelou. Morgan began taking pride in her art entering her work in numerous contests in school her first poem was titled "In My Shoes" which was a poem explaining the heartaches of living with Epilepsy. As Morgan got older she started getting into the urban art scene more so poetry and urban reading. The first novel she added to her reading collection was " The Coldest Winter Ever" by Sista Soulja and has been a fan since. Morgan is a proud mother of 3 beautiful children whom she named; Isabella, Gabriella and Tristan. Though being diagnosed with Epilepsy and being a single mother was always a challenge she knew she wouldn't let anything defeat her. In 2014 she began writing her first novel with hope it would be good enough to get acknowledged. After submitting her novel to Major Ink Publications. Her prayers were answered when Author and Publisher Thai responded to her submission. From then on Morgan as pushed and strived to be amongst the others who take pride in writing. Morgan has finally been able to make a voice for herself and is no longer known as that girl that is sick. She is now that sick girl that never gave up on herself.
Favorite food: Caribbean
Countries visited: Mexico, Dominican Republic
Favorite Authors: Wahida Clark, Soulja, Kwan
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