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Author Erick S. Gray

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Erick S. Gray's climb to success in the literary genre has been fortunate and inspiring, along with a few trials and tribulations. Since his debut in 2003 with Booty Call, he’s been consistent with over 14 books published, participated in many anthologies, novellas and helped co-write the Streets of New York trilogy within the span of ten years. His style of writing has been known to be raunchy, but also prolific. His diversity in story telling makes him one of the most dynamic writers of the genre. His characters are memorable, true-to-life, and Mr. Gray has the drive to become an icon in a growing genre. 

            Signed to several publishing companies from St. Martin’s Press to Black Print Publishing, Mr. Gray has proven to hold his own in the game among literary giants such as Shannon Holmes, Nikki Turner, Terri Woods and K’wan with great story telling and being consistent with great material and other endeavors.

            Born in Jamaica, Queens, the 37 year-old endowed author has brought himself out on a high note with his first endeavor. His first book, Booty Call was published by Black Print Publishing in 2003, and has sold tens of thousand of copies in the past years. He continues bringing you good stories as he shows in his collaboration with Mark Anthony and Anthony Whyte in the Streets of New York series Volume, one, two and three, along with the long awaited “Boyfriend #2” with Caleb Alexander. His other novels include Ghetto Heaven, Love and a Gangsta, Crave All Lose All, Nasty Girls, It’s Like Candy, One Lyfe to Live, Money Power Respect, Booty Call *69, America’s soul and two highly anticipating novels, Gigolo and Nasty Girls 2. Mr. Gray shows longevity and ambition among his peers in the literary genre.

 

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