Today we get to dive into the spiritual side of things with Lakita Williams!
“Wayne found himself stuck between the fury of two women … consumed in hell’s fire by Lakita (Capricorn), while backed into a corner by Violet’s bow and arrow (Sagittarius).” – Destiny: Bringing Together Humanity’s Lost Souls
La Kita Williams literally walked off the job to start her own business. She wrote her first book of many more to come, in less than two months and become the Goddess Angel of Kismet Coach of Destiny. In her book, Destiny: Bringing Together Humanity’s Lost Souls, she documented the inevitable karma filled events from the workplace in hopes that others would learn from them. Now she has discussions via her social media platforms and podcast. The podcast is available on Spotify, iHeart, and Amazon Music. The book is on Amazon.com
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When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
I was in my teenage years when I realized that I wanted to write scripts and make music. So, my first script written was actually a Part 2 for the movie Purple Rain. I stopped working on it when I learned
that Prince was retiring, in grief about his lost child, and divorcing. I thought that maybe that was not a great time.
Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?
I am a highly spiritual person. So first and foremost, I take notes from my inner voice and any other downloads I receive from the Holy Spirit. When I need to supplement or do further research for knowledge and answers, I read.
What is your work schedule like when you’re writing?
This is an excellent question. I usually wake up every morning between 4 AM - 5 AM for prayer, exercise, and doing online work. Afterward, I decide what I am going to focus on that day. If nothing surprises me, I can be pretty productive. I do admit that I do get distracted with family duties at times and I have a normal job that I go to in the day. I mostly get writing in whenever I can fit it in, even if I take a few minutes to rest first. Reading, typing, and driving makes me sleepy. Yes, I am naturally one of those but I persevere. I love writing but I enjoy moving around more once the book is finished.
What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?
It is the fact that I write about a true story that is so eventful and weird that it is actually entertaining and educational.
What do you like to do when you’re not writing?
I like to dance, do karaoke, work out, go on walks, and WORK. I actually do love working on creative business projects. I just dread mundane minuscule tasks (or that is how they feel to me). I am not crazy about micromanaging, either. I used to love movies but I do not get to watch them too much these days.
What does your family think of your writing?
My family is proud of me. I received my first sales because of them and their friends.
What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books?
As a writer, you can proofread a million times, pay an editor, and still miss something. Also, listing the book is half the battle. Promoting the book is the other half. lol
How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?
I have written five books. They are all my faves. If I had to choose one, it would be God’s Favorite: Risen Angel. This book is about how we as people can accuse others for the wrong reasons or see people in any light or darkness, according to if we like them, love them, or not.
Do you hear from your readers much? What kinds of things do they say?
They tell me that they cannot believe that I went through all of that and still came out strong.
Do you like to create books for adults?
Yes. I will only write for adults because then I can say just about anything, in any way. My son is becoming a writer while still in his youth.
What do you think makes a good story?
Writing about anything that can either take people into another reality or writing about something that people can learn from.
As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up?
I wanted to be an actress and a singer. I used to sing, dance, and be in plays as a child. I am long out of practice. I do endeavor to start it all back up, especially dance.
What is your writing Kryptonite?
Not preparing for the writing or not mediating for inspiration.
Have you ever gotten reader’s block?
Yes but that is why research, mediation, and self-care are important. Sometimes doing something different in routine is needed. Put yourself in different environments. Do things to keep creative ideas and inspiration flowing.
What do you have coming next?
Soon to be released are three more books titled, “Fate: Destiny Again, Horn Blow of the Gods, and God’s Favorite: Risen Angel.” There is a weekly podcast and work being done on an App for readers and listeners alike. Destiny: Bringing Together Humanity’s Lost Souls is listed on Amazon but will soon be available on Barnes & Noble, Lulu.com