Why Did You Choose to Selfpublish Instead of Taking The Traditional Route?
The freedom and flexibility of creative control is what lured me to the indie route.
Did You Set Out To Become an Author as Your Main Profession?
I started writing when I was 7. I loved developing characters, and as I got older, the desire for writing never went away. It's a natural talent that has developed into a main profession for me eventually without question.
So, tell us a little bit about your book.
Betrayal, sex and secrets: will the sisters find the happiness they deserve?
Cyndarella, Tavie, Denise and Vette have been best friends since junior high, there for each other through the ups, downs, triumphs and tears in their relationships. There’s one thing they all agree on: their men like to call the shots.
Cyn makes her husband, Bashar, feel he’s the one in charge of their marriage, while Tavie and Vette are getting tired of waiting on their guys to propose.
Denise has been left struggling to get pregnant and at odds with her husband, Sean. For all, it’s a waiting game—though with lots of great sex!
But a girl can’t live by loving alone; she has to find ways of letting her man think he’s setting the pace, but get what she needs. For Cyn, that means banishing the dark secrets of her husband’s past before he and she can be truly happy; for Tavie, finding a faithful lover, and dealing with Geneva, the ex of her exes who just won’t go away; can Denise have that longed-for baby and save her marriage; and how will Vette handle the lust she holds for Pete, Cyn’s brother, and settle for Louis, her handsome older man?
What Is Your Favorite Part of This Book, and Why Do You Think Readers Will Enjoy It?
My favorite part of Betrayal's Dust is all of the characters are vulnerable, yet resilient to the happenings and circumstances throughout the story, which at times, will bring to tears because of the conflict within the storyline.
Where Do You See Self-Publishing Going In The Future?
Self-publishing has arrived, and it is a staple in the publishing industry, and authors now are creating their own mark in the publishing world without scrutiny, and on our own terms.
Who Designed Your Cover Art?