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April Floyd was born April 4, 1973. Born and raised in St. Louis April’s love for writing started at a young age. Her all-time favorite writer is Maya Angelou. Maya Angelou was born as Marguerite Johnson on April 4th, 1928, in St. Louis, Missouri and raised in St. Louis and Stamps, Arkansas. Maya Angelou became one of the most renowned and influential voices of our time. With over 50 honorary doctorate degrees Dr. Maya Angelou became a celebrated poet, memoirist, educator, dramatist, producer, actress, historian, filmmaker, and civil rights activist.
April Floyd appreciation goes beyond her style of writing, but her writing genre is more Fiction, Graphic Novels, Paranormal, Drama and of an erotic nature.
April has dedicated each of her novels to those who want books they can’t put down. April's writing style impresses its readers. In April's story, Unique, she chose not to drag the reader through monotonous descriptions. April's stories are filled with excitement, drama, love, murder, spirituality, family values, comedy, suspense, and erotica. As you turn the pages, you will find yourself in your favorite chair with a warm blanket, enjoying her unfolding stories. April's primary objective is to tell stories that are dear to her heart, causing her to be more passionate about her characters as they develop.
Her recently-completed novel, Unique, is inspired by her experience as a mother of three, all with physical or mental disabilities.
Even as a schoolchild, April loved writing assignments. Her first book, The Look of Love, was finished in 2005 but was destroyed when a storm struck her home while her computer was plugged in. This was devastating, and she stopped writing altogether until she met her husband, photographer and scriptwriter Eddie Floyd, Jr. He told her about always backing up her work and showed her several ways to do it, with flash drives, emails, and external hard drives, and encouraged her to write again.
April has worked as a nurse’s assistant and as a bus operator for special-needs children. Her children, Malissa, Terry, and Walter, Jr., are her inspiration for writing Unique.
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