Kevin Brown is a freelance mental health writer in Maryland. His published work includes informative articles on mental health disorders and addiction. Throughout his career, Kevin intends to write personal and reported essays, human interest features, profiles, opinion pieces, memoirs, and books.
Kevin's first publication was a short memoir, "Six-Figure Checks", in the Allegany College of Maryland student literary journal. While still in college, Kevin authored hundreds of news articles for Examiner.com, Hubpages, and Suite 101, until an intense life battle inspired Kevin to refine his career path.
Kevin is now excited to promote mental health awareness. He writes on mental wellness and self-improvement for magazines and newspapers. Kevin is always searching for his next byline. Contact Kevin today to request ghostwritten or bylined articles.
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