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May122017

BRASH! & Roses | Welcome Rose Fall To The BRASH! Team

BRASH! Magazine Welcomes New Music Contributor, Rose Fall

BRASH! Magazine would like to welcome our new official music contributor Rose Fall to the BRASH! team. This young writer, blogger, and author has worked with us since 2016 as an intern giving her input and person writing style to the BRASH! brand.

“Rose has been a hard worker since day one. She’s been a great asset to BRASH! Magazine even before our first issue release. I’m happy that she’s officially on our team as a music writer and excited about her journey in writing and with BRASH! Magazine!” – E. Alexcina Brown, MBA, Editor In Chief.

Join us in making NOISE for this fabulous writer and stay tuned for more of her work in the upcoming issues of BRASH! You can view her article contributions in previous issues of BRASH!.

About Rose Fall
Rose Fall is a New York City native  now residing in Los Angeles, CA. She is a blogger and author of “Heart” and “How to Get Your Heart Broken” Available now on Amazon. She’s also contributes for TheThings.com lending her expertise and unique writing style. As an official music contributor for BRASH! Magazine, Fall has worked with the brand as an intern working her way up proving that hard work DOES pay off. To learn more about Rose Fall and her projects, visit www.rosesarecool.wordpress.com.

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