Inspired by one of my blog buddies”Up4Dsn” I have a question to all my friends. How many of you actually look in the mirror and recognize your true reflection? Believe it or not this is one of the hardest things to do. To be completely honest with yourself about your flaws. It takes a special person to really dig deep and pick their self apart without getting depressed. In the bible when adam and eve realized they were naked they felt SHAME. Do you feel that same shame when you stare in the mirror and strip yourself. Not just taking your clothes off but stripping yourself of all the falsehoods that you use to keep your self esteem high. Are you really being the best friend, brother, parent, lover, or person you can be? Do you really like they way you look or carry yourself? What can you improve on?…
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A CAPITAL CITY LOVE STORY. That’s what Trenton, NJ’s own K. Ashanti has delivered with her debut book, “I WANNA BE WITH YOU”. K. Ashanti’s pen has added to the urban fiction genre an original and sparkling ink slinger. She brings truth to urban fiction.
I started writing short stories and poem as a kid. So many people have inspired me from my high school english teacher Ms. Fabian to my favorite writer Langston Hughes
2. How does it feel to have the title of “Author”?
Honestly, it still feels like a dream. I’ve accomplished a life long goal.
3. Describe your writing style and what separates you from other writers?
I feel the genre of urban fiction has gotten a little unrealistic. I like to keep my stories raw and gritty. Every thing is based on a true story.
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