Princess Dior (Brunswick Ga)
Princess Estella Dior Wright was born gifted with the ability to captivate people with her words. She is a dynamic inspirational motivationalist and author who has inspired her audiences by her own life’s challenges. Estella was born in Miami Fl, and now lives in Brunswick, GA
Roxie has been on a paper chase ever since her mother was incarcerated. Left to fend for herself she turns to the one place that doesn't judge her; the streets. When her life begins to spiral out of control she has to decide whether she is ready to own up to her mistakes and the people she has crossed or trade in her Gucci shoes and king sized bed for state issued slippers and a twin sized cot.
Name 3 things about yourself readers may not know
And, love good singing
What is your biggest inspiration?
What led up to you becoming an author?
Life experiences, and the inspiration of knowing I can
How would you describe your writing style?
Free, and creative yet different
What would you say is the most important thing an author should do before publishing his/her book?
Research, and believe
If you could go back and change one thing about your book, what would it be?
To be done in chronological order
When you’re not writing, what are you doing?
Spending time with my family. And coaching women that have been through struggles
How can readers and others in the literary community reach you?
Twitter is @theprincessdior
Instagram is @princessdior34
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