National Bestselling Author K.L. Hall has penned over two dozen novels, including three children’s books, Princess for Hire, Princess Twinkle Toes, and the Missing Magic Sneakers and Little One, Change the World as Kimberley M.
At a young age, she found her passion in a pen and knew that writing would continue to be a vital part of her life from that point forward. Hall made her childhood dream a reality and became a published author in 2013. Since then, the Virginia native has been acknowledged as a top urban fiction author in 2016 and 2018 by the Urban Books, Authors, and Writers of America, and a recipient of the 2019 “I am African, and I Can” award.
Each of her novels aims to capture the attention of whoever picks up her book by bringing her pages and characters to life through lessons in life and love and personal growth. Ready to read one? Join Hall’s email tribe to receive updates on all things literary at www.authorklhall.com. Follow her on social media at @authorklhall to be the first to know about future releases and appearances.
PWH: What sparked your love for writing?
KL: If you ask my mom, she will tell you that I picked up a pencil when I was 18 months old, so I guess you could say the love for writing has always been in me. I took my love for writing to the next level back in 2013 when I self-published my first book, and have been on my writing journey since.
PWH: What inspired the title “In the Arms of a Savage”?
KL: I’ve always loved reading and writing urban fiction romance novels, so this was a good way for me to perfectly blend the romance with urban fiction.
PWH: What does a typical writing session look like for you?
KL: I try to find a quiet space, and make sure my laptop is charged. I ALWAYS have a playlist, whether it’s specific to the book I’m writing, or if it’s a general playlist of instrumental hip-hop beats. Those things really help me get in my zone.
PWH: How would you define your writing style?
KL: As a serial storyteller, I pen enthralling love stories intertwined with the grittiness of urban fiction. My writing style is a fusion of eminently relatable female characters, and the flawed, yet desirable male leads who love them.
PWH: What key message do you hope readers take away from your work?
KL: Each of my stories aims to capture the attention of whoever picks up my books by bringing my pages and characters to life through lessons in life and love and personal growth.
PWH: What is your definition of a Pretty Woman Who Hustles?
KL: My definition of a pretty woman who hustles is a woman who is about her business. She is fueled by motivation and doesn’t let anything get in the way of the goals she has set out for herself and the dreams she’s chasing.