The QueenPen of urban fiction is the CEO of Kingdom Lit Publications. She grew up fascinated by urban fiction and as a teenager she began writing her own stories under that genre. She is currently finishing her degree in Creative Writing with a focus in Fiction. She hopes to follow in the footsteps of her favorite urban authors, Sister Soulja, Deja Joy King and Nikki Turner. QueenPen's writing style is a mesh of all three of these authors but with her own twist in each story that she writes. Her stories include depictions of people who grow up poor but become hood famous or drug kingpins that fight for their territory and their lives.
QueenPen hopes to become an upcoming best selling author within the urban fiction genre and she also wants to create more awareness for urban fiction. Above all, she has a passion for helping authors become successful and their best selves! Dust 2 Diamonds: An Urban Fairytale was her debut novel followed up by The Baddest of Them All and there are many more to come!
Author T. Nicole is a Minnesota native. She loves writing but outside of that she is a pharmacy tech and a full time mommy of three children. She plans to go to school to become a journalist in the near future.
Chevis was born in a small city called Gary Indiana. Born to Felicia Blackson. Along with two older sisters Alicia and Gabby, they lived in Michigan City Indiana up until he was about 3-4. During that time his mom passed away, and from there his aunt Shirley Jackson took him in.
Around 6th grade is where writing became apart of his day to day routine, wake up and write, go to school and write, come home and write. 8th grade is when things really began taking off for Chevis, Having written a short story by the name of “Spider-Dude” his teacher took a liking to it and had it published in the school paper. Now with ambition and a dream waiting to be achieved he set his sights on getting his first Novel out there for all to get a glimpse of who Chevis Blackson really is.
Writing has always been Queanna Mae’s escape from reality. It has helped her get through life and depression. She has always been afraid to trust anyone with her feelings and has always had a hard time expressing herself through speaking, so she always had her journal to confide in and turn to.
Her mother is legally blind and always asks Queanna Mae to write her stories and read them to her. She is ready to share her deepest passion with the world in hopes that if she can help even one person who has been in her shoes, and felt there was no way out or no one there or no way to turn, there's hope and you are not alone.