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Interview with author JADE JONES

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Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio Jade Jones is fairly new to the world of urban literature. In 2008, at the age of eighteen, Jade enrolled in Cleveland State University, where she lived on campus for two years and majored in Film and Digital Media. However, instead of continuing with her education, Jade decided to go a different route.
In late 2011, Jade decided to look into self-publishing. It was in January of 2012 when she published her first book, ‘My Brother’s Keeper’. An intense story about one brother’s reckless behavior and bad decision making that ultimately changes him and his twin brother’s lives forever. Following her first release, Jade Jones has released several other titles consecutively. Sometimes even dropping two books in the same month. A few of her titles include “You, Me and He”, “A Day in The Life”, “Cameron”, and “Ghetto Pocahontas”.
Not only does Jade Jones write urban fiction, but she also dabbles in romance, erotica and suspense. She believes that if she tries her hand writing in several different genres, she will be able to expand her creativity.
Most of Jade Jones’ books such as "A Day in the Life" and "Cameron" were inspired by real life events as well as trials and tribulations that she faced in life.
In addition to being a self-published author, Jade Jones is also trying her hand at screenwriting where she hopes to see her books transform into full length films.
Jade currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio. She has no children and as of now she is working on her sequel to her full length novel, “Cameron”.