Writing has always been my passion. At nine years old, growing up in St Louis, Missouri, coming home after school, lying on the living room floor. I wrote. Daily. Writing was my escape to my unknown territory. I escaped being bullied, I escaped the pressure to fit in. I was no longer a scared new girl. I was just a creative one. You all heard of those kid girl writers who write in their diary’s. I was that little girl up a notch. I wanted my writing to be noticed. So, I started writing raps and poems. I was inspired by the art of poetry. Then, I wanted to sing. But as I got older, my once made up mind changed. Once I found out that I could be any character I wanted, I never questioned myself. All else went out the window. I wrote stories. Then at 24, my stories turned into screenplays and passion for movies. I enjoy watching strong female characters. In movies like Janet Jackson’s Poetic Justice, Jada Pinkette’s Woo, Spike Lee’s She Gotta Have it, Pam Grier’s Foxy Brown, Rosanne Katon’s The Muthers, Uma Thurman and Vivica A Fox’s Kill Bill, Jennifer Lopez’s Enough, Lucy Lawless’s Xena. And much more. As an author, I enjoy diving deep into the characters frequencies. I write screenplays for those wandering souls who have yet to discover their purpose.
Nikolette(Niko) who’s is a daddies girl, is involved in a tough situation. She meets a friend, Korey, who suddenly has a condition Nikolette(Niko) helps him overcome while struggling to get something that belongs to her.