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InD’Tale Magazine – September Issue
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Author Kai Storm is a new face in the Urban Literary world, has brought us shining jewels called Alani’s Bigger Hustle & Alani’s Hustle Gets Bigger. Kai was born in Panama in 1972 and came to New York in 1981 with her mother. She discovered her writing gift as a junior at Boys & Girls High School when an English teacher gave her an assignment to develop a story from just one paragraph and since then, her pen was hot. Thru the years, Kai continued to write any and everything not only to keep her gift alive but also for therapeutic reasons, either way her pen and paper kept her sane. In December 2007, Kai was working at a hospital as a temp and even though the assignment was over the first week of December the hospital kept her on for two more weeks just so that she would have money for Christmas presents but there was nothing for her to do during those two weeks so she decided to pen the first three chapters of Alani’s Bigger Hustle. Only after she submitted the first three chapters did she decide to write the rest of the book “just to see what I would do with it”, and when she pushed this out, it was nothing but fire!
“This story literally lived inside of me since I was 12 years old, it grew up with me and I knew one day it would be out in the world for all to see, it just had too!”
Kai was first signed to a publishing house in August 2008 and because she was so excited about the whole venture she never fully researched the company and the works they produced and because Kai had her own personal life issues, she never fully pushed for the book to be released. Once things in her life calmed down and she was ready to be published, in October 2010 she discovered the company was not all ready to put out her book and thru Author to Author connections that she made on Facebook, she found a publishing company that was not only ready, they couldn’t wait to sign her on. This company was Twenty First Street Urban Editing & Publishing, LLC and they along with Kai, brought Alani’s Bigger Hustle to life.
When meeting Kai for the first time, you can see the excitement that she has about her book, the confidence and the great work ethic she exudes is intense and the best part of all is that it’s genuine to the core. Kai always has promotional information about her book, upcoming book signings and events and anything she is currently working on, and if you are an up and coming author seeking advice, Kai will go above and beyond to provide all the information you need because “If we supported each other more we could rule the world!”
Kai is not only a writer but also a mom. In 1997 Kai was blessed with her first daughter named Africa who taught her the real meaning of life and responsibility and the lesson was so overwhelmingly beautiful that she had another daughter named Agodess in 2009. Her third daughter Anaya was a wonderful surprise in 2015. All in all, Kai is a woman that is thankful for all her blessings and plans to continue writing as long as she can. Her third novel is promising to be hot thriller; it’s called You Just Don’t Know, it’s written under genre erotica kink and the best part of all….Miss Kai Storm is gracing the cover of her third book! Kai has written contributing stories for a group collaboration book called Sistah’s With Ink Voices as well as another anthology called Lipstick 3 where Kai dropped another jewel called “Love Vibe”. Kai continues to do book signings and events around the country while she writes great reads. Checkout for her collaboration with Black Books Publishing on a anthology called 21st Century Black Erotica in which she has a hot story called “I am Your Master” and if you haven’t heard the great news, the third leg of the Alani series called La Familia AND a love story called That One Voice are both available for your reading pleasure! Her latest novel which is a very dramatic based on a true story novel called Where’s My Daddy, is also available now.
At one point in time, Kai was doing author features for an online Christian magazine called Elation but for whatever reason, the site took a small hiatus. This left Kai Storm in a sort of a situation because authors were steadily sending her their info to her to be featured. Through the encouragement of a close author friend, she was given the idea to use her current websites to do the author features and Kai absolutely loved that idea. Using her own websites, Kai launched a feature section called KAI’S AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT which allowed her to escape the restrictions previously set upon her by Elation and it has been a great success for her. Her two websites www.nattiekai.com and www.nattiekai.wix.com/kaistormbooks get a great amount of weekly traffic so it’s not only a benefit for the author featured but also becomes a benefit for Kai Storm and the ever growing brand with over 6,200 Facebook likes and an ever rising hit counter. Kai currently blogs for Vocal Media, a blogging site with several blogging platforms, one of which is called Filthy. So far, her hot blogs have not only opened people’s eyes to her hot pen but also have provided her with yet another level of audience to captivate. For your reading pleasure as you sip your tea, you MUST check out all of her blogs, you can find all the live links on her Nattiekai site.
Kai has also been successful in getting copies of her novels purchased by libraries across the US. For her, knowing that her books exist means that her life will forever be remembered so to speak; her mark is left on the world for years to come.
InD’Tale Magazine – July/August Issue – 2017
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About the Author:
Lynn Hallbrooks has been a lover of words for as long as she can remember. As a teenager, she began writing poetry and short stories for fun. One of her friends loved her work so much he kept it. After graduating High School and turning 18, Lynn joined the U.S. Air Force where she learned skills she would carry into the civilian world almost seven years later. The writing bug took full effect in 2010 when she started collaborating with fellow veteran David McKoy on the Call Sign: Wrecking Crew series and the duo founded Call Sign Wrecking Crew, LLC. In 2016. Lynn expanded her horizons to write Non-Fiction and at the same time got in touch with her roots and is presently finishing up a collection of Short Stories.
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A great review of my novel, “Torn: Sixty Days of Calaboose,” by author Cp Bialois
Good morning and welcome to this week’s edition of In the Books, featuring Torn: Sixty Days of Calaboose by Tracy James Jones.
About the book: ~ A Fictional Memoir ~ (Contemporary Psychological LGBT Drama) Warning: Adult language, mild sexual situations. What could possibly go wrong for a sensitive effeminate male unexpectedly incarcerated in a room full of unpredictable strangers? For Adrian Bailey, just about everything, and in the midst of constant fear, lies, prejudice, and madness, he finds more… Under false pretenses, Adrian Bailey finds himself arrested and locked up in the local county jail for the first time in his life. Despite all the horror stories he had read or heard of concerning life behind bars, nothing was like the actual experience. Not only was he utterly devastated and confused over the situation he was unjustly thrown into, but also lost at the mercy of whatever actions that could…
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