Brein E. Diggs was born in Oxnard, California being a resident there for twenty-four years. Brein spends his time reading and
researching the histories of the world and mysteries of his people. In his spare time outside of researching he watches sports as his hobby entertainment. Providing information in the form of a book is one way Brein gives to the people. When time permits he also patrons some of the community organization services. Here, he is eyeball scoping for familiar and not so familiar faces he knows living as homeless. Giving words of encouragement to these faces is his objective here. He is now a resident of Kansas City, Missouri.
What is your writing process?
I would have to say that it is an odd one. I usually start with a topic and brainstorm subtopics out of the main topic. Most of the time the topics tend to go in different directions other than my intension, so the starting point of the topic might end up being a completely different topic. The excitement is never knowing what the end product will be.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
No, I don't remember. I do remember ordering books in elementary school, especially those Highlight workbooks for kids. My mother had me reading and up to par on time with the other kids in school. Having a love for reading like my mother, she was the one who opened up my interest in going to the library growing up as a kid. I found my love for the library again about 8 years ago, and to this day I spend a lot of time in them.
Across the board comparing to our ancient ancestors, a monumental gap lacking in principles crowds the room! It was incumbent that I expound on some principles for People of Color, that I first encountered during the 1992 release of the film Malcom X. What has been forgotten The Jewels of Life will help you to remember inspiring yourself to maintain the shine of those jewels keeping them with you.