Authors' Spotlight


It is my pleasure to host author Sharron Miller on my blog today.

Me: Have you always wanted to be a writer?

Sharron: Yes!

Me: What made you pen down The Bell’s Sister?

Sharron: It’s been a dedication to my mother Sharon, aunt Betty and my late great aunt Sarah. They are special lady’s in my life and I love all three of them.

Me: Will you tell us something about the plot?  

Sharron: The plot is looking for justice for your loved one but doesn’t find because of the corrupt system. So sometimes you have to take matters into your on hands.

Me: What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Sharron: Making music, writing pilots and screenplay’s. I also love creating comedy skits.

Me: How long did it take for you to get The Bell’s Sister from an just idea to a published work?

Sharron: 3 months

Me: Did you have writing schedule?

Sharron: No!

Me: Are there any new projects underway?

Sharron: Yes!

I am a 27-year-old black man and I grew up in Savannah, Georgia. I write poetry, comedy skits and screenplays and I am a published author. I am currently working at The Home Depot at the moment, while writing in the evenings and at weekends as I pursue my dreams.

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