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Evening with Ella Curry and Brittani Williams

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Join BAN Radio Show host Ella Curry, president of EDC Creations, as she celebrates the new year with one the most talented authors in the business, Brittani Williams!
We will learn more about the featured books and hear the author read from her new releases.

Brittani Williams is an American author of Urban Fiction. Brittani is best known for her novels Daddy's Little Girl and The Black Diamond Trilogy.

Brittani Williams was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, but currently resides in Newark, Delaware.  After much encouragement from family, friends and co-workers alike Brittani, a single mother, focused on writing while on a break from school. She completed her first manuscript in 2005 which was titled Automatic Princess.

The last five years have definitely been a blessing for Brittani with the highly successful release of Daddy’s Little Girl and tons of great feedback from readers all over. She has had the opportunity to participate in two anthology projects Fantasy (Urban Lifestyle Press) and Flexin’ & Sexin’ (Life Changing Books).  With the release of Sugar Walls, her sophomore novel she had four projects in circulation, all released in the same year. In 2008, she came back even stronger with The Cathouse, a novel that she co-wrote with authors Anna J and Laurinda D. Brown. In December 2008 Black Diamond, her third novel was released on Urban books with a sequel Black Diamond 2: Nicety Release in May 2010.

Her next venture is successfully running her own publishing company, Trendsetters Publications. The company will release four novels at the start of 2013, two of which are the first two installments in a teen series written by Brittani called The Pretty Committee.  In addition to all of these things the ink is almost dry on her non-profit organization, which will launch in 2013.