Category: Voma Publications

Urban Book Reviews Interviews J. Brinkley

Author Interview Q: What themes will readers be exploring within your novel, Revenge? A: Love, Pain and Consequences. Q: Using three words only, how would you describe your writing style? A: Thoughtful, Passionate and Real. Q: Can you tell us a little about your characters in your book? A: Tyrell was more in love with

Joey Pickney’s Exclusive with J. Brinkley

Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Revenge? J. Brinkley: I started writing when I was fourteen. I use to write letters and poetry to express how I felt about life and people. I would let people read what I wrote, and they would be blown away by how articulate I was.

Black Pearls Magazine Feat. J. Brinkley

Black Pearl Magazine Q&A BPM: What made you want to become a writer? How long have you been writing? JB: I fell in love with the art and the freedom of expression. I have been writing since I was a teen but I didn’t get serious about writing until 2015. BPM: How do you think

Allyson M. Deese’s Review and Interview

Allyson M. Deese: Thank you for agreeing to do this interview for my blog, I really appreciate it. AMD: Tell us who you are? JB: I’m Author J. Brinkley and I am from Tifton, Georgia. AMD: Tell us about your books? What genre do you write? JB: I am an urban fiction and urban romance

Literature Lounge Interviews J. Brinkley

EA: Creatively Creative returns to kick off the month of September with author and CEO of VOMA (Voices Of My Ancestors) Publications, J. Brinkley. EA: When did you discover that writing would be a path you would choose as a career? JB: In 2014 or 2015, when I put my first book out. EA: Were

OG Publications Interviews J. Brinkley

Slyce: Brothers and Sistah’s, please welcome our brother, Author J Brinkley to “The Interrogation Room”!! Welcome my brother :-). Are you ready? Slyce: What inspired you to become an author? JB: Writing allows me to address social , political and religious issues that take place in our environment without being criticized or penalized. Slyce: What