A Fictional Story “Worthy” of Reading

By: Sevyn Scott May 21st, 2019

A Living Proof Stories Presents: Worthy
By Kela Calvin

The Real Singles Experience!

Ever lived the single life and thought you had it all together? Cynthia Gates, Belinda Rhoades and Tanya Harper are three single and well-to-do women with established careers. Each of them are experiencing their own dilemmas of the single life until they decide to step out on lust. However, the women are put in a position to find more than they’ve bargained for. Their journeys take them down a path of curiosity and self-doubt. Will the women come full circle as a result of their issues and make change, or jeopardize their characters? 

Worthy is a novel about relationship experiences that are relatable to women from various backgrounds. It will inspire you to examine your love life, learn to embrace your unique self and most importantly to recognize the need to engage in self-love. 

The tea on this story

Kela successfully put together a short story filled with realistic trials and tribulations of three completely different characters who are close friends. Whether it’s relationship woes or our own deep rooted insecurities, this is a great read in which we can all relate in one way or another.

The way Kela put this book together was done perfectly for it to be such a quick read. She explained enough about the characters in order for the reader to understand what they’re going through, there was just enough drama to make your jaw drop, and there was a touch of humor that made this an even more enjoyable read.

If Kela were to extend this book into a complete novel or even make a sequel, I would be more than happy to read it. In fact, I wasn’t ready for the book to end. Not everyone is able to pull off a short story, but Kela did an amazing job!

An interview with Kela Calvin

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SS: We’ve been able to give the readers a little inside scoop on your latest book, so let’s give them more about the woman behind the story. So, let’s start out by telling them where you’re from.

KC: I’m from Hopewell, Virginia.

SS: Nice! How has your environment, upbringing, and where you lived influenced your writing?

KC: That’s a good question, Sevyn. My life experiences has influenced my writings such as love, loss, self-discovery, pain and happiness, injustice…the list goes on and on.

SS: I can definitely relate to that. Those experiences always makes for good reads. What started you on the path to writing?

KC: Oh, that’s easy. Journaling. Writing has always been therapeutic to me. I’ve been writing since middle school. I’ve written journals, poems, and short stories.

SS: That makes sense. You’ve written for a long time. When did you first realize you wanted to become a writer?

KC: As soon as I discovered it was my gift! I realized my creativity and words could grab one’s attention. My motto: To motivate and inspire others through the art of storytelling.

SS: Well, you certainly did an amazing job inspiring with your latest release, “Worthy”. Speaking of, how did you come up with the title of your book?

KC: I came up with the title, “Worthy” because the book speaks about relationships. Some will be able to relate to the experiences. Some may reevaluate their role and worth in relationships.

SS: Gotcha! What’s the main thing you want readers to take away from your book?

KC: I would like for readers to take away from this novel that they are worthy. You have the power to transform past hurts into your fuel for empowerment to create the life you deserve. First and foremost, love yourself and the rest will fall into place if it is meant to be.

SS: I like that. That’s a very powerful message which is successfully themed in your story. Is there any chance for a sequel? I would love to read it!

KC: It’s a possibility. You’ll have to stay tuned.

SS: Ok ok. So, what are your plans for future projects?

KC: My future projects include learning more about the publishing business. I would like to discover and help new writers. I would also like to use my platform for community outreach and speaking engagements. The possibilities are endless.

SS: They most definitely are in this game. Hey, thanks for giving me the opportunity to read your amazing work and interview you. It was most certainly a pleasure.

Connect with Kela

Instagram: therapeutic_poet
Facebook: imlivingproof40
Twitter: kela calvin

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