Author Keyandra Edmondson
Keyandra Edmondson is a mother of three boys and one girl and loves spending time with her family. Keyandra always had a love of writing and reading, especially poems. Writing was her way to get away from all of her problems and relieved stress. Nikki Simms introduced Keyandra to writing books and she hasn't put her pen down since. Her goal is to go beyond paper. She's thriving to turn her novels into plays or movies.
VIP: Good Morning, It's great to have you here. Can you please tell us what inspired you to become a writer?
Keyandra: My sister, Nikki Simms, inspired me. I always loved writing about how I felt because I never liked expressing my feelings.
VIP: Your publisher is Jan'a Sullivan Presents. How easy or hard was it to make the decision to sign with them?
Keyandra: It was very easy because I heard nothing but great things about her.
VIP: Who is your targeted audience and what message are you trying to relay in your writing?
Keyandra: I'm not trying to relay any message at all. I'm just trying to give them something good to read.
VIP: With thousands of books being released each day and new authors steady emerging, how are you going to stand out? Why should readers give your book(s) a try versus others in the same genre?
Keyandra: I try not to write the same books as everyone else. A Dirty Game of Karma is not a love story. It's different. It's more like a lustful type of novel. It's all about being intimate in the beginning until one falls in love ...but the other person feels the total opposite. It goes from intimacy to harassing love.
VIP: I'm sure you're a reader as well, Who are some of your favorite authors and what's on your "To Read List?"
Keyandra: Zane, Kiki Swinson, Cairo and my pen sisters.
VIP: Are you currently working on any new projects?
Keyandra: Yes, I'm currently working on Can't Leave You Alone.
VIP: Do you have any plans to attend any events; such as book fairs, Book signings, etc.?
Keyandra: No, I don't have any events just yet
VIP: How do you connect and interact with readers?
Keyandra: I connect with readers via Social Media, particularly in Facebook groups.
VIP: What inspired you to write In Love With A Street King?
Keyandra: It was something that just came to mind
VIP: What genre is In Love With A Street King? Are you interested in writing other genres?
Keyandra: In Love With A Street King are both African American Women's Fiction & African American Urban Fiction. I'm interested in writing mysteries & thrillers.
Publisher: Jan'a Sullivan Presents
Publication Date: September 18, 2015
Print Length: 163 pages
Genre: African American Urban Fiction, African American Women's Fiction
Kindle Unlimited: Yes
Paperback/Hardcover: Not at this time
Book Series: No
Available on Amazon
Amazon Star Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars
Meet Cherish, an eighteen year old girl from Atlanta, Ga, who’s in her last year of high school. While trying to keep her grades up, Cherish struggles through everyday life trying to make ends meet for her one year old daughter Armani. The only person she can count on is her cousin and best friend, Shaunie, who has been by her side since day one. Nicole an old classmate comes along, offering Cherish and Shaunie a job working at a strip club. They jump at it, knowing they would be making money and Cherish wouldn’t have to worry about anything when it comes to Armani.
Cherish meets a guy named Cali, he sweeps her off her feet and put her and Shaunie onto making more money than they were at strip club. It all seem to be looking up for them until things take turn for the worst when Shaunie starts to envy Cherish because she wants Cali for herself and her disloyalty and jealousy comes between the two of them .Things hit the fan, Cherish is hurt and decides to take things into her own hands by turning Cali’s crew against him.
When Cali goes behind bars for a while things began to go all wrong. Can Cherish fix what she started or will she fall when her enemies come for her? Find out in, A Dirty Game Of Karma
Connect with Keyandra