Speaking Up and Breaking Barriers: Vette Wilson’s Advocacy Against Silence

Tacara Wyvette Wilson, also known as Vette Wilson in the literary industry, is a 36-year-old international bestselling author hailing from Cleveland, Mississippi. Currently residing in Pennsylvania, she embarked on her writing journey in 2015 after signing with Diamanté Publications.

With an impressive repertoire of over 41 published novels, Vette is rapidly herself as a household name in the industry. In addition to her literary accomplishments, Vette is a passionate business advocate for single mothers and a survivor of domestic violence. Her personal experiences have shaped her into a fierce advocate for those facing similar challenges, as she strives to empower and uplift them through her work. Vette’s dedication to making a positive impact extends beyond her writing career. As the owner of three successful businesses, including Bossette Behavior LLC, a ghostwriting and literary consulting agency, Bossette Behavior Presents, an independent publishing company, and Goddess of Eden Cosmetics and Skincare, she demonstrates her entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to excellence.

Furthermore, Vette’s pursuits extend beyond the realms of literature and business. She is currently a law student and a criminal justice major, showcasing her drive to make a difference in the legal field. Alongside her academic endeavors, Vette is a sought-after public speaker, captivating audiences with her powerful storytelling and inspiring messages. Above all, Vette values her role as a mother, sister, daughter, and friend. Her personal relationships and support network fuel her ambition and serve as a constant reminder of the importance of community.

We had the pleasure of speaking with Tacara to discuss her inspiration, businesses and future plans ahead:

You have achieved tremendous success as an international bestselling author, can you share when you first discovered your gift for writing and sharing stories?

I would have to say, honestly, when I was a little girl going into my teens, writing poetry was my escape from the things I had been enduring in silence.

You are not only an accomplished author but also a woman in business, can you tell us about your life outside of writing and publishing?

Well, I am a first time Law Student. I was accepted into Harvard with a gpa of 4.5! aside from that I am a mother and glam ma! Yes, my glam baby is 3 years old and very smart just like his mother.

How have your subjective experiences shaped your advocacy work, and what message would you like to convey to others who may be facing similar challenges?

Speak up! never I mean never allow anyone to silence you! Ever!

You are the CEO of three successful businesses, can you tell us about these ventures?

I legally own the license and the Trademark for my Brands “Bossette Behavior LLC, my professional ghostwriting company, and Bossette Behavior Presents, a 5-star independent publishing company” I also own a full cosmetics line entitled “Goddess of Eden Cosmetics and Skincare.”

You recently decided to pursue your education in legal studies, can you share what inspired this shift in your career?

Absolutely! I am a single African American mother. When any of our Black sons cry out, we as mothers all feel and hear their cries. I want to have influence!

How do you plan to make an impact with this career change?

I plan to be the voice for those who feel as though they do not have a voice at all.

You are a sought-after public speaker, what message do you hope women take away from your platform?

You are stronger than you think you are! Take your pain, your tears and turn them into a solidified Crown!

Your dedication to your family and personal relationships is evident. How does your role as a mother, sister, daughter, and friend influence your work and inspire your journey?

When I write or speak, I bring those dearly to my circle to heart. I ty to encourage and uplift. I will never sugar coat, but I will give those I love tough love.

What advice would you offer to aspiring authors, entrepreneurs, and individuals seeking to make a positive impact in their communities, based on your inspiring journey and experiences?

Write the book! It does not matter who does or does not like it, what matters is you allow yourself to be heard and to have a voice through the blank pages of a novel.

What is your definition of a Pretty Woman Who Hustles?

A woman who hustles is a fierce and determined individual who relentlessly pursues her goals and grinds tirelessly to achieve success. She is resourceful, driven, and unafraid to take risks. She knows how to navigate the hustle and bustle of life, using her unique skills and talents to create opportunities and overcome obstacles. She is a force to be reckoned with, inspiring others with her tenacity and resilience.

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