National Best Selling Author: A.J. Write

Author A.J. Write was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. She started writing poetry at a very young age and grew to love to read. At the age of 24, she decided to give her writing a try by submitting her urban fiction work for publishing. Now having penned over 40 urban fiction books. A.J. was then influenced by her mother to write a children’s book in 2017. Writing under the pen name Mai B. Her debut book, Nali, is dedicated to a good friend of hers and her daughter. Author Mai B. books are geared towards bullying, believing in oneself, and much more. Author Mai B. has much more in store for the kids. While Author A.J. has plenty to come with her urban fiction.

PWH: You are a serious urban fiction writer, how many books have you written?

AJ: I have written and published 44 urban fiction books and 2 Children’s books.

PWH: what is the inspiration behind your writings?

AJ: The inspiration behind my writing is my imagination, first and foremost. Secondly, it’s my will and want to tell a story. Take people away from their reality with a fictional reality.

PWH: Do you have a writing routine?

AJ: No, I’ve never had a routine. Whenever something comes to mind or something is speaking to me, I go ahead and write.

PWH: Have you been able to write during this Pandemic?

AJ: During this pandemic, I have but very little. Not due to what’s going on because I still work and live my life normal but due to other circumstances.

PWH: Do you have any upcoming projects?

AJ: I always have projects coming. My publishing team is doing a group project right now and I’m the first to release. My book is coming on 5/15. I also have a children’s book in the works at the moment. I should be debuting it very soon.

PWH: What advice do you have for an aspiring author?

AJ: Don’t let the fear of what others may think stop you. The point of joining this industry was because you wanted to write. And let that be the reason you survive this industry. Always remember to do your research. Everybody won’t be your friend. And don’t come into this industry expecting certain support. Focus on the ones who do support. Try to remain as positive as possible because the negativity can and will eat you alive. You will want to quit many times but don’t. And most importantly, write what you want. Don’t let anyone tell you what or how to write.

I just dropped a 3 part complete novella series about 3 friends. All going through different things. Yet, finds a way to be there for each other.

Complete Novella Series!!!

Jakia Cheatham - Myles

CEO/Founder of Pretty Women Hustle Magazine

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