Book: The Misunderstood African American Female by Jaytilya Watkinscategories: Book, Non-Fiction, African, Female, American, Misunderstood, African American
Jaytilya Watkinsabout this book: The book is about my character Ratilya Martin who grew up in a house of violence and learned about things that was going on in the real world that she was too young to learn about, sex, drugs, violence and so forth. I inspired myself to write this book because I felt like through Ratilya Martin's life from a baby to an adult that maybe I can help save some of the lives of other girls growing up especially African American females who sometimes through the wrong influences around them grow up too fast and start running in the streets because of their bad environments at their home. I'm trying to influence them to stay at home and out of the streets, stay in school and graduate, also to keep their focus off of guys especially older guys. I'm also trying to reach out to parents how have kids and are always fighting each other around their kids, I'm trying to inform them of how it damages their kids growing up. I'm trying to show them the long term damages that it may have on their kids even in adulthood.
Writing this book didn't take me very long at all because Ratilya's life is much similar to my life, I've been through some of the things that Ratilya went through, it took me three months to write and it wasn't hard at all because it was based on a true story. The title was very easy for me to come up with because two things that I can say about my character Ratilya is she is an African American female and she always felt misunderstood by people, especially her family. She's very similar to me because All my life I always felt misunderstood plus I'm an African American female, so this is how I came up with the title. When writing you're book take your time don't get excited and get in a hurry because when you're in a hurry sometimes your mind we move faster than your fingers which will cause you to make a mistake, that's what I learned from writing this book. But this is only my first book, I'm only going to get better with every book, everyone makes mistakes no one is perfect but you learn from those mistakes, keep going and try not to make the same mistakes again if you can help it. To my readers, I hope you enjoy reading my book and if you have a child listen to some of my advices towards the end of my book to be a better parent towards your kids. God bless you.
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