Urban Fiction Writer Yasmine Davis

cocktailmolly:

So let’s start off by talking about your new projects that are underway? What can fans of Yasmine Davis expect in the upcoming months?

Yasmine:

My fans can expect new novels of course. I have two novels so far written while I am in the process of planning another one as we speak.

cocktailmolly:

So tell the readers of cocktailmolly about these sizzling new tales being worked up in the mind of the genius writer Yasmine Davis?

Yasmine Davis:

I really do not want to spoil the suprise but one of the novels is Ride and die for my pride which is urban romance at its finest while I am writing a hood romance which is untitled still slightsmile emoticon

cocktailmolly:

You were drawn to the literary world at such a young age and have been influenced by many great writers of the urban fiction genre. My question is what is your opinion on people that frown upon the Urban fiction industry; that simply dismiss it as low brained writing? And how does your characters inspire, entertain & enlighten readers?

Yasmine Davis:

I think they frown upon urban fiction because of the definiton, to me some people may think it is boring which isnt true at at all. I think the authors in the urban fiction is tryin their best to bring the light onto urban fiction because it can be an influence to others. For my characters, they inspire many because a lot of readers can relate to them. My characters and the readers can at times be in the same situations and the readers can see how my characters will go through it and survive it in turn giving them a burst of inspiration to do the same thing.

cocktailmolly:

Great response. Now I am curious as a female urban fiction novelist do you focus heavily on how your female characters are written & possibly perceived by the audience?

Yasmine Davis:

Thank you. And Yes I am focused on my female characters deeply, but I do the same with my male characters. I want readers to connect with me on many levels so I try to channel myself through the characters and have the characters connect with the readers. Like my past experiences with love, I try to put that in my novels and have my female character show effect and flaws with it.

cocktailmolly:

Nice. So tell me when are the next literary gems from you are going to be published?

Yasmine Davis:

I do not know the exact date but I am hoping very soon, I hate to have my fans and readers waiting for too long. I want my sixth novel to be the best one yet.

cocktailmolly:

Wow six novels. So with the upcoming releases, how do you feel as a writer about your maturity since the previous books? How have you grown as a writer? And which novel was your favorite one to write?

Yasmine Davis:

I feel that I am on a right track, I learned a lot about myself as an author and about this industry. I have grown as an author by taking constructive criticism and making from it the best literature possible. I used to be bad with it I’ll admit but I have learned that even though I am a published author that I can still learn a lot. My favorite novel to write was ‘Laced With Love’ series and now its my new romance novel I might write.

cocktailmolly:

From your experience, what would be your quick word of advice for emerging writers?

Yasmine Davis:

Stay true to yourself, no matter what genre they’re in. Write from your heart because I promise you that will shine light on you.

cocktailmolly:

Okay Yasmine … before we depart what is it that you would like for readers to know about you, personally or professionally, that you believe they should know but no one has asked you about it yet?

Yasmine Davis:

I would love for readers to know personally, life is unpredictable. I never thought I would be a author, but when I got verbal bullied that was a source for me to relieve my feelings and pain. Professionally, I am consider to be a written jurnee because I take every reader on a jurnee (journey)

 

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