"Bug: Straight Talk," a remarkably raw autobiographical depiction of author Darren brown's life, 16-year imprisonment and the woman who waited. Filled with stories so graphic they have to be true, mind-blowing statistics about our country's social climate, and the taboo profitability of the penal system, you can't afford not to read "BUG."
It is the heart of D. Brown to reach and uplift the hearts of men, women, and of course children both nationally and internationally as well. He and his wife have committed their lives to encouraging and uplifting others to reach their lives' greatest potentials.
The book is a remarkable resource that has been used in after-school programs, prison-inmate seminars, and more.
About The Author:
Darren Brown was born and raised in the heart of Kansas City, MO, in an impoverished and dangerous upbringing, abandoned by his mother at 6 years old and rescued by his grandmother. Living an unsupervised life, caught in poverty’s grip, Darren knew that life had more to offer than struggle, which led him to the streets of Kansas City at 11 years old, drawn to the hustle and affluence of the drug game as early as the sixth grade. After graduating from high school and marrying his high school sweetheart, risking his family and his life, he became engrossed in the fast life of drugs, violence, and riotousness that abruptly ended in arrest, regret, and 16 years of imprisonment to pay for. Through Darren’s life changing experience it is his heart, mandated by God, to save posterity alive here on this earth! Darren’s notoriety is most attributed to his new best-selling biography BUG “Straight Talk”, a raw 16 year journey through some of the worst penitentiary’s in America, and the woman who waited.
Darren Brown is the president and founder of Wisdom Cries LLC, a non-profit organization that endeavors to impact the community through education, awareness, and pure wisdom. Darren’s passion is reaching out to our children and young people through partnerships such as the Kansas City Missouri school district, the KCMO prosecutor’s office as a mentor to at risk youth, Kansas City’s No Violence Alliance (KC NOVA), and many more. As a specialist in prison prevention and intervention, Darren Brown is open to speaking engagements, counseling, and interviews, including schools, men’s conferences, and community organizations.