Yolanda Wilson, author and poetess never knew that writing would be a life-long hobby until after the death of her mother in 2000. Wilson, an award winning poetess, who garnered the title of Fort Bend County’s first Poet Laureate says, “I find joy in making others smile at their tears and laugh at fond memories.”
Wilson recently completed her first women’s fiction entitled “Words Never Spoken” a short story that will entice you into reading this very troubled, but laughable story about three co-dependent women who find hope through some of life’s trials.
“I have always had a broad imagination, but have never desired to share it until now,” Wilson added. Wilson resides in Fort Bend County with her husband Deon and daughter Nasia.
The short story is the beginning of a sequel about a young woman, who finds refuge by finding who and what is most important in life. Wilson’s message is that you are powerless without purpose, but regardless of your circumstance, you can stimulate your hope through faith. The book is $10.
To purchase, call Yolanda Wilson at 713-540-1585 or email firstname.lastname@example.org