I love writing stories about diversity. My books are factions (fiction based on fact) and they are about my urban experiences. My stories are interesting, funny, and exciting. I started writing in college, writing for the college newspaper. I was very much encouraged to write by my high school instructor Mr. Walker. He saw potential in me and it didn’t matter to him that I was African-American. He truly had the gift to bring out the best in all his students.
My first book “Checkered Fences” is a heartwarming romance about a young interracial couple’s struggles against traditions and racism. Set in the hard streets of Los Angeles, “The Trouble With Change” is a story about a naïve, honor student who struggles in the city to survive when she unknowingly meets a streetwise pimp. I’m an unknown, new author and I appreciate your support and encouragement. I’m also an artist.
I’m proud to say that “The Trouble With Change” was a finalist in the National Indie Excellence 2012 Book Awards under the category of Faction (fiction based on fact). It was also Best Book in the category of Women’s Literature in the 2011 Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards and an Award – Winning Finalist in the “Fiction: Chick Lit/Women’s Lit” category of the 2011 International Book Awards.
Reading, writing, painting, drawing, and sewing.
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