Total Pageviews

Friday, December 25, 2015


When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

I realized I wanted to write at an early age, when I wrote in my diary. I realized later that I should write a memoir about my life at the age of twenty-eight.

How long does it take you to write a book?
It took me a year, writing every day to finish my memoir. My second book took three months. It depends on the length of the literature of the book.

What is your work schedule like when you're writing?
My first book I was free to write every day for eight hours because I was unemployed. When I'm working I write after I get off until I'm sleepy. 

What is your latest release and what's next? 

My latest release is my memoir Legally Branded. What's next is what I call a psychotic, erotic tale (water ways). Not as long as “Legally Branded” but not too short.

Friday, December 18, 2015


When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

I think I always wanted to be a writer.  It only took me forty-three years to realize it.  There are many writers like me who have been writing in secret for most of their lives. Until finally one day, we get the courage to finally share our souls with the world.

How long does it take you to write a book?

It can vary. Working with a small press, I am not on a particular time schedule which gives me the freedom to write and create in my own time as opposed to being on a deadline.

What is your work schedule like when you're writing?

There is no particular writing or work schedule that I follow when I write.  I always have multiple projects that I am working on simultaneously.  Whether it be daily inspirational messages, daily devotionals, novels, eBooks, or articles, there is always a work(s) in progress.  I do however; try to make it a habit to write something every day and my favorite time to write is still late at night.

What is your latest release and what's next?

THE WAITING ROOM” is a collection of short stories that confront many of today's social issues like homelessness, teen bullying, teen suicide, drug addiction and much more.
Life is full of choices and as with all choices there are consequences. Those choices are not only reflected in how we live but those same choices have a bearing on our lives even in death. Everyone has aspirations and expectations for their lives. However, very few actually live up to them.
If given the opportunity to hear the real stories of our loved ones lives, would we see them in a different light? The Waiting Room gives several women the opportunity to do just that, tell us their stories. You will be intrigued as Denise, Abigail, Jasmine and others share with you their deepest thoughts, decision, disappointments and victories in this poignant and moving tell of life and death.
The Waiting Room, where souls go to wait until they say their final goodbyes.
My next e-series is "The Pastor's New Wife"

What happens when a young good-looking widowed pastor decides to take a new wife?  All hell breaks loose!

As a giveaway, I will give one lucky winner books 1 & 2 of the Waiting room as well as yet to be released book #3 Little Girl Lost

Friday, December 11, 2015


When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

Around the time I was 17 that's when I got my very first urban book my mom
mom gave it to me called Mama by Terry McMillan.

How long does it take you to write a book? 

Usually a month or shorter if I can dedicate the hours that is needed to crank it out.

What is your work schedule like when you're writing? 
It can be hard but I find it better for me to write when the house is sleeping. 
Late nights and early mornings. (I had to laugh on that one brain went somewhere else)

What is your latest release and what's next? 

My two latest was No Apologies it's the finale to my Double Back Series, and Pussy Talks. I also
have a book in dropping a couple of weeks called "He Thought He Had Me."
My next book I am working on is called Stolen Moments it's due to
drop in January.
 No Apologies- 
 I start remembering how he held me, kissed me, sucked every inch of my body, whispering in my ear telling me he loves me, that man, that man. Every time I think about his ass my fucking body starts to shudder with excitement, and panties start to slowly get creamed, it should be against the fucking law on how one man can have this much power over any woman.

  Pussy Talks-

“Well since we have all that established how about I prop you up on this counter and eat your sweet pussy.” That was music to my ears but I had a question before all the pussy eating took place.
“Before we get into anything like that. Why is it that you only want to eat my pussy and never tried to fuck me?” I was curious to what he was about to say. He drew his eyebrows together mentally questioning my question.
BlackLyfe Publications Presents
No Apologies
BlackLyfe Publications Presents
Pussy Talks

Work From Home They Said with John H. Howard

I am a very stubborn and impulsive person. I always have been, and I probably always will be. And, although these attributes serve me w...