About Fayton

From the backwoods of a little community in South Carolina, Fayton Washington was born into a household that was lively, packed with relatives, and poor. He believes being poor or “from the struggle” teaches you true life lessons. A poet at heart, Fayton always had a knack for writing. In third grade, he co-wrote his first story. In high school, he completed his first poetry book, Fruits of Our Labor, which was later published in 2007. Fayton has been writing ever since, but was frustrated enough to actually finish his next work, What’s Wrong with America (WWWA) in 2016. “Writing, telling stories, and portraying life from limitless experiences and vantage points is my true occupational love  – no matter what else I do,” Fayton says.

My book is now published. Get a copy for yourself.

Reviews From My Readers

The artistry involved in the writing of this book left my wife and I mesmerized. Think about it yourself, how can… We really enjoyed it.

~ Allan

The artistry involved in the writing of this book left my wife and I mesmerized. Think about it yourself, how can… We really enjoyed it.

~ Jane