JoeyPinkney.com Exclusive Interview
5 Minutes, 5 Questions With…
Aleta L. Williams, author of Salty: A Ghetto Soap Opera
(Alana’s Book Line)
This Intriguing, Sassy, Grimy, and Envious Ghetto Soap Opera is filled with street drama that will put you right in the mix of the madness…. At the end, you may even feel “Salty” yourself!
To some, the city of Los Angeles is the home of the “Angels”. “That’s bull crap”, says the characters in this ghetto soap opera. Los Angeles, for them, is the home of the “Scandalous” and only those that’s down for and ready for whatever will last…
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Salty: A Ghetto Soap Opera?
Aleta L Willims: My inspiration came from me wanting to be a mentor to young adults in the urban community. I wanted to be able to pen a tale that they can relate to and hopefully learn and be inspired. Basically, letting my readers know your past don’t have to be your future.
JP: What sets Salty: A Ghetto Soap Opera apart from other books in the same genre?
ALW: I write to entertain and inspire. The book is filled with true2life drama. Almost all can relate. And I’m sure “all” will be entertained and inspired.
JP: As an author, what are the keys to your success that led to Salty: A Ghetto Soap Opera getting out to the public?
ALW: Believing in self, and being determined to reach my goal.
JP: As an author, what is your writing process? How long did it take you to start and finish Salty: A Ghetto Soap Opera?
ALW: I write when I feel it: “Inspiration”. From there, I don’t put my pen down until I’m done! It took me two months to write Salty.
JP: What’s next for Aleta L Williams?
ALW: Opening a center to mentor to young adults in an urban community and writing more true2life street tales.
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