Chemistry is a self published author from Alabama,and a single parent raising two teenage daughters.Chemistry has been writing for ten years now. She has had her writing published in Venus Divas Magazine, an popular online women magazine. Story Titled “The Daily Life Of The Other Woman”. She has also recently had her story “The Big Boned Mistress” featured in “The Spirit Of Big Boned Women” By Yolanda Zellous.
Along with her writing she also is the Founder of Go Getta’s Magazine; online. She has a very outspoken blog Titled “Ima Say It Anyway” where she voices her opinion and tells it like she sees it.
Chemistry hopes to be able to tour and talk to others about being in an abusive relationships and over coming that situation. How writing became her way of escape. And raising kids in a single family home.
Chemistry is currently working on her upcoming novella “No One Cared” due to be released September 2013.
“Have you ever wondered how life’s perception can change a 15 year old girls life growing up in a world where she was abused, bullied and unloved?”
Zaria Taylor lived and breathed this unbearable life. a mothers love she never knew, and a group of girls that were dead set on making her life miserable, and the man she once trusted, battered and bruised her body and soul. Zaria seen no way out of this hell; until her life secrets started to unravel; and become exposed.It was then that Zaria decided to no longer be a victim, but to put a stop to the abuse and the people whom had betrayed her. No one ever imagined that this small town in Alabama would be rocked off the very foundation it stood on.
Get to know Chemistry:
1. How long have you been writing?
I have been writing for about ten years now.
2. What motivates you?
God, my kids and the fact that I may in some way help someone with my writing and realizing that I have overcome so much in my life, that I am a survivor.
3.How has your support system been since you have started writing?
Well, its been okay, being a new fresh author; its tough because the carpet of acceptance is not really laid out for you. You really have to work and prove you belong. My family and some of my friends Have really been supportive and there for me.
Well I have a passion for cooking, singing and my family are my passions, and most of all God.
5.Have you published any other books? and how has it been?
Whew! Yes I have two other short stories published; but I must say if you are going to write and publish, please do your research and know what you are doing. I am not ashamed to say i made some mistakes and although the story was great, the editing wasn’t. But it was a learning experience. I have truly learned and been taught better..lol
6.Who are some of your favorite authors?
Tamika Newhouse, Anna Black, Noire, Anna J and Myself..Chemistry…
7.What would you tell other aspiring writers?
To follow your dreams and don’t let anyone detour you away from accomplishing your goals and dreams. But please do your homework and learn as a writer, what works and what doesn’t. But fight and don’t ever give up.
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