“Words Never Spoken” details his journey as a songwriter, entrepreneur, playwright and self-discovery as a gay Black man living in Atlanta.
In it, Stewart writes candidly about his private conversations with media mogul Tyler Perry, and why Perry dubbed Stewart’s work brilliant, but opted not to help him. Stewart also pulls us through the rise and fall of his musical relationship with Grammy award-winning recording artistBrandy Norwood.
Stewart’s story is as clean and crisp as the early works of the late E. Lynn Harris, but destined for a lane of its own because of its nuanced richness. “Words Never Spoken” reads like a diary that was never intended for the eyes of anyone other than its author. Stewart opens up about his struggles with love, friendships and a two-year bout with depression that led to an internet sex addiction.