Hey everyone. I hope everyone is having a great Tuesday night. We are in the second day of the week and I hope that everyone is accomplishing their goals as well. With that being said, I am there tonight to bring you another amazing Q&A. This time it’s with an amazing writer named Nichelle but we call her Sultry Sage. She’s from the Philadelphia area, young and vibrant and her pen never stops going. Each day she is giving you something “juicy” and everyone keeps begging for more. Everything she writes has a way of leaving the mind open to think, “What’s next?” Or thinking, “I can’t wait for the best part.”
Recently she has been working on a project titled Fighting for A Chance and she had two other projects titled, The Truth About Love and Confession of a Broken Heart. The more she releases work the more people can wait for her to release another project. She works very hard at what she does, pleases her audience with her words and if you haven’t yet checked out any of her projects, your chance is now! You can follow Nichelle @Sultry.Sage via Instagram and click the link in her bio to see more. Lastly, to see the Q&A between Sultry Sage and I, you can check it out here below!
1. When did you become a writer and when did you take it serious?
a. I’ve always been a writer, but I started with poetry and didn’t stick with it. May of 2017 I started my first book and I realized I was actually good at it. I stuck with it
and found that it was my passion.
2. How do you get over writer's block? What do you do to control it?
a. If I have writer’s block, I just don’t write. Simple as that when I force myself, my writing doesn’t come out to it’s best ability. But, to control my writers block, I takes breaks, I’ll write for days 5 days straight and then I’ll take day off, and give my mind a day off.
3. If you have a favorite author, who is he/she? Did that same person inspire to read more and get better at your craft?
a. My favorite author would have to be Stephen King. He once stated “ To be a good writer you have to read up to 6 hours a day and write at least 2,500 words. I exceed 6 hours a day. I can read a book or two a day and I mean really read it, not just skip through, I love to read. Now, the 2,500 words have been giving me a problem but I write more and more each day.
4. Where did you get your inspiration from?
a. My readers, when I first started writing I didn’t think people would actually read my work. But come to find out, they LOVED it. They’ll comment and direct message me about when the next chapters or books were coming out and I felt honored. People ask me why I don’t publish my books and get paid. Well because I write things people can relate to and learn from. I enjoy what I do.
5. What gets you going everyday to perfect your craft?
a. My Imagination. The things I think about and picture in my head, no one would
understand or be able to enjoy if I didn’t put it out there. My mind is a different place and I like to share it. The only way I can perfect it is if I write about it. Read and Write, Read and Write and that’s how you get better.
1. Do you want to become the best top seller in just the city or the world?
a. I want to be the best selling author in the world, I want to be known for my books and for my lessons. I want to be known for touching hearts and souls. I want my writing to stick with people forever.
2. What is your main focus for your writing career?
a. My main focus for my writing career? Turn my books into shows or even a
3. What are your overall plans?
a. My overall plans are to write and travel the world. I want to spend my life traveling, taking pictures and interacting with my readers. That’s life for me.
4. Do you want to be well known across the globe?
a. YES! I want to be known. I want men, women and teens to know who I am and to know my work! I want my great spirit to connect me with so many people and
5. If you suddenly do, what other genres of writing do you think you’ll touch?
a. Definitely a medical series. It’s been on my mind lately but I don’t have much of a
1. How many books do you want to create or publish?
a. As many as I can. I plan to be a writer for the rest of my life, for as long as I can.
2. What are your goals for next year?
a. To write, publish “The Truth About Love” and “Fighting for a chance” and to
3. Do you plan on having a book release in the city?
a. Honestly, I don’t know. I don’t receive much love in the city but a small one for those who do support me would be nice.
4. How many books do you plan to publish?
a. For the year of 2019?
5. What imprint do you want to leave after someone has read your books?
a. If you want to talk about something? Then you better talk! Live your truth, be you and love yourself. Every part of you, Learn your lessons and accept them. Don’t ever look at them as a loss.
I hope that you all tuned in and enjoyed yet another amazing Q&A on The Kenlo Show. Stay tuned for the next one which is coming soon! In the meantime, that’s all for now and enjoy folks!
My name is Kennedie. I am a young woman still learning the ways of the world and how to manage. I am currently pursuing a degree in Mass Media. My purpose in creating my blog is to inspire others and to share as well as receive different points of view.