About “Leading Ladies”
This book is inspirational because it highlights testimonies and accomplishments of 50 amazing non-ordinary women.
UBAWA: When did you first decide you wanted to become an author?
Treva: In 2012.
UBAWA: How did you decide on the idea for your 1st book? 2nd book? 3rd book, etc?
Treva: My first book was God inspired.
UBAWA: How long did it take you to complete your first book? What was the process like?
Treva: Still working on it and about to upload on the 15th to our publisher.
UBAWA: What’s so rewarding about writing books and being an author?
Treva: It gives you the opportunity to be creative.
UBAWA: Was there ever a time you felt like giving up?
Treva: Yes all the time, but God makes a way.
UBAWA: There’s more to being an author than writing a book. How do you manage to handle the business side of things?
Treva: I stay humble.
UBAWA: Do you have an editor or do you edit your own books?
UBAWA: Who does the cover art for your book(s)?
Treva: My publishing company.
UBAWA: Do you ever encounter writer’s block? How do you get past it?
Treva: Yes. Walk away from it when I can't think then come back to it later.
UBAWA: How often do you write?
Treva: As often as I am inspired. Daily.
UBAWA: Tell us about your last book signing.
Treva: My 1st one will be June 8, 2013.
UBAWA: Beside social media, what other methods are you using to get the word out about your book(s)?
Treva: Word of mouth, send out invites, and local advertising.
UBAWA: As a Woman of Color, what inspires you the most?
Treva: My family.
UBAWA: Who is your biggest influence?
UBAWA: Have you ever done something in the past you regret? How did you get through it?
Treva: Yes but I had to repent and look up to God. I always turn to Him.
UBAWA: How do you get through the tough times in life when life throws what it throws at you?
Treva: I try surrounding myself around positive people.
UBAWA: What is one goal you want to accomplish for yourself in 2013?
Treva: Help more people.
UBAWA: What do you have planned next?
Treva: My plays.
UBAWA: How can readers and others in the literary community reach you?