JoeyPinkney.com Exclusive Interview
5 Minutes, 5 Questions With…
Nâ€™Tyse, author of Stud Princess
(A Million Thoughts Publishing)
The infamous queen-pin Chyna is back, and this time she’s bringing the entourage. While still on a murder mission hunt for the crooked lawyer that double-crossed her uncle, the latest addition to the family brings her one step closer to that sweet revenge.
This ruthless vixen owns the day and the night. Mother Nature herself can’t interrupt her cash flow. When bad calls are made and her chief female “escort” goes missing, it’s time to set things off.
Sand and Rene can admit that they haven’t always been honest with one another. With all the secrets and lies, itâ€™s hard to say if they can ever trust each other again. But are they ready to forgive and forget when their lives are on the line?
An unrelenting thirst for notorious revenge has Chyna, Sand and Rene, riding out and staking out their highest claims yet.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the idea and inspiration to write Stud Princess?
Nâ€™Tyse: Stud Princess is the aftermath and final installment of all the drama that went down in My Secrets Your Lies, my debut novel.
JP: What sets Stud Princess apart from other novels in its genre?
Nâ€™Tyse: Stud Princess explores sexuality, self-identity, and taboo interests through an in-your-face urban setting. Itâ€™s also one of the few urban titles out there that actually include same-sex relationships and female pimps.
My ultimate goal with every book I write is to push my pen past the typical and give my readers a new experience. Hopefully one thatâ€™s informative, memorable, and entertaining.
JP: As an author, what are the keys to your success that lead to Stud Princess getting out to the public?
Nâ€™Tyse: Exposure and more exposure. I try to utilize book clubs, reviewers and networking communities to my advantage. These core group of people are the wings on my plane. They assist me in sharing my work with the world. My marketing plan also consist of online and offline advertising.
JP: As an author, what is your writing process? How long did it take for you to start and finish Stud Princess?
Nâ€™Tyse: I write early in the morning or late at night, and it has to be dead silence. I generally donâ€™t write using an outline so whateverâ€™s in my head is what goes down on paper. I organize the details later.
It took me about six months on and off to complete Stud Princess in its entirety, but under a more disciplined schedule I could have finished in three. Thank goodness Iâ€™m independently published.
JP: What’s next for N’Tyse?
Nâ€™Tyse: I recently completed my third novel titled Cougar Suites. Itâ€™s a collaboration project with Lesley E. Hal. It will be releasing late this year. I am also working on the stageplay script for My Secrets Your Lies and Stud Princess.