Hi everyone! Wow, I can’t believe the 31 Days, 31 Authors event is almost over! Even though it will be tomorrow, there are still two great authors that will be spotlighted. Today’s featured author is Phylicia G. She is a new author who is quickly making a name for herself in the urban genre. She has worked with authors such as Niyah Moore and Patti Doss.
Not only is she being spotlighted today, but today is release day for The Street King’s Daughter part 2. So congrats, Phylicia!
Now, here’s Phylicia! 🙂
Phylicia G. is an a year old author, who started off self publishing, and now she’s signed to Supreme Works Publications. She’s also a mother of three. She began her love for writing as a child but her writing career took off with her first book, Carolina Rich. She debut her book with Supreme Works was released in October, The Street King’s Daughter. When she’s not writing, she’s catching up on the newest urban lit. Not to mention working hard on her up and coming book tour and book signings.
She’s been featured in three anthologies so far, hosted by her biggest author and publisher role models; Niyah Moore, Patron on Ice, Patti Doss, A Hood Summer Night’s Dream, and K.C. Mills, Half on A Baby; which was released in November with The Supreme Team, that includes two volumes.
To stay in the loop about her upcoming releases, go to her website www.AuthoPhyliciaG.com. As well as checking out her Sexrotica Diaries Blog on her website(that will be returning in 2017).
You can follow her on her fan page on Facebook, Author Phylica G. As well as join her readers and authors page on Facebook, The Carolina Readers Book Club.
1.Besides writing, what else do you like to do?
I’m pretty good with my hands. So I do some hair sometimes, mainly sew-ins lol. But writing is definitely what I love to do, so I’m always writing. Short stories seem to be my favorite. Plus, I’m a mother; I love being a mom even-though I think it’s one of the hardest, non-stop jobs that anyone could have.
2. What inspired you to become an author?
I’ve always loved to write but when I got into reading urban fiction was when I read Kiki Swinson’s wifey series. Then I read her Bio and released that she was writing about things she’d gone through in life or seen. That’s when I was like ‘Oh okay, I can do this too.’
3. What was your first reaction when your debut novel was published?
I self-published my first book, ‘Carolina Rich’. When it was released, of course it didn’t do well with ebook sales but I was just as happy with the small amount of readers that said they were anticipating part two. I was ecstatic. Then I last month, The Street King’s Daughters was released and published by K.C. Mills (Supreme Works Publications). I was just blessed because it actually came in the top 100s on Amazon on release day. Readers don’t understand that amount of love that shows us authors. Especially when you’re not use to people knowing who you or your work are, LOL.
4. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
Hopefully, with God’s will I’ll be a national selling author with national selling authors signed to my publishing company. I’m not ready for that yet but I’m definitely looking forward to those to come. I have so many plans for my future but gaining a bigger fan base is my priority at the moment.
5. What advice can you give to anyone who wants to become an author?
I always say to anyone if, “You can dream it, you can write it!” Only person can get in your way is yourself. Believing in yourself first is the key. You have to believe in what you write. If you believe then so will the readers. And no matter if you decide to self-publish or sign with an publisher; do your homework about the writing industry first.
The Street King’s Daughters-
Mickey and Bre have an unbreakable & undeniable sisterly bond; at least they were supposed to. These two sisters are the daughters of Street King rivals, same mother; different fathers. Unfortunately, their fathers are now serving twenty-five to life in prison; their mother and step father serve them both an equal share of maltreatment. With the help of their best friend, Chi, they come up with a perfect plan to escape and a revenge plot, only to have it stolen from them. The botched plan leaves the sisters separated and rivals. All the while Mickey fell in love with Jamil, a thug her father forbids her to date seriously, Jamil’s brother, Laron is his right hand who has his eyes on Chi, and Bre struggles with her sexuality and true feelings. Will the relationships between them all be able to stand against the secrets that keep surfacing. Part two will be available 12/30.
Carolina Rich –
Everyone has that one ride or die chick that’s always there for you and down for whatever, but how much do you really disclose to your ride or die or bestie?
Meet best friends, Tameka and Cassandra, educated, beautiful, and successful women in Charlotte, NC who owns their own sports management agency.
Both friends are hiding secrets that they fear are too big to share with anyone. Not only is Tameka hiding secrets from Cassandra, but she’s also hiding secrets from her husband, Kurt that could destroy her marriage. Little does she knows, Kurt has secrets of his own.
Cassandra is a boss chic who’s all about her money. She doesn’t have time for love, but things start to change when she meets someone that changes her whole outlook on love. As she secretly deals with her feelings of falling in love for the first time, her secrets clashes with Tameka’s secrets. Will their friendship survive the secrets between them? Carolina Rich holds all these answers. Part two and three are now available.
Win Phylicia’s Carolina Rich, as well as other books from each featured author through the 31 Days, 31 Authors giveaway! To enter, please click on the link below: