Author Spotlight: Bianca Jones

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Bianca Jones, twenty-four-year-old authoress, from a small town called Lake Village, Arkansas, has always had a passion for reading. Since she was taught how to read, Bianca has always had a book in her hand. Her love for urban fiction came when she was just fourteen years old, and picked up a book by Wahida Clark. In January of 2016, Bianca signed with Royalty Publishing House under Porscha Sterling, and published her first novel, “Love Comes with A Price” which is the first part of a three part series. Bianca has since published eleven novels one including a collaboration with another fabulous author.

SwagHer: How would you describe your swagher? What makes Bianca, Bianca?

Bianca: This is such a hard question. Bianca is such a brutally honest person. Bianca prides herself on commitment, and is such a very loyal person.  I guess that’s what make me, me.

SwagHer: Tell us a little about your series. Is it entitled after your first book, “Love Comes With a Price”?

Bianca: Ah, this is my first baby. When I first wrote this series, I really didn’t know anything about writing.  I was very afraid of how this series was going to top the charts. It did okay, for it to be my first series. People are still reading this series, and telling me that they want updates on the characters, which always make me blush, because I literally had no faith in this series at all.

This series is about a young girl by the name of Briana, who is very carefree, and is just trying to navigate through the world with the help of her sisters.

SwagHer: What inspires your writing? 

Bianca: Honestly, the readers. I don’t know if you call them fans or not, but definitely the readers and the reviews that I get on my books. I love when people come in inbox at three in the morning talking about they just finished reading my book, and they need part two. When my readers group on Facebook be jumping after a release, is what keeps me writing.

 

SwagHer: What do you want readers to take away from your books?

Bianca: Hmmm, I write about real life situations. So, a few things I want my readers to take away from my books is that everyone makes mistakes, and if you want to forgive the people that did you wrong, then forgive them. Stop worrying about what other people, including family members, think about your relationship and/or marriage. The main thing is to LIVE LIFE UNAPOLOGETICALLY, because you only get one.

SwagHer: We know you’re a fan of Wahida Clark, so what is your favorite book by her?

Bianca: The Thug Series is my favorite by her. I’m so happy that she is coming out with a movie. I am going to be the first in line to see it. I have to reread the series though, since it’s been so long since I read it.

SwagHer: How have you been able to publish so many novel so fast?

Bianca: I actually think that a book a month is pretty slow especially for the urban fiction genre. I’m trying to get to where I’m dropping two books a month. Sometimes my characters talk to me a lot, and sometimes they don’t talk to me at all. Some days I can write almost seven thousand words, and some days I only write five hundred, but I try to write every day.

SwagHer: What is one of your favorite quotes?

Bianca: I really don’t have a quote, but my favorite scripture is Phil 4:13. I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.

SwagHer: Are you working on any other projects that you would care to share?

Bianca: I have two books coming out in March, but I don’t have dates yet, but “You Ain’t Gotta Be Perfect: Currency and Ree’s Love Story” and part two of “Her Heart and His Crown: A Royal Love Affair.” I’m also working on part two of “You Ain’t Gotta Be Perfect” and “I’ll Always Belong to You 2” which is a collab with one of my good friends and pen sisters, Mo Howard.

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  • Instagram: @AuthoressBianca

 

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