Intimate Conversation with Miss KP

Intimate Conversation with Miss KP
Author of The Dirty Divorce Trilogy

Hosted by Ella Curry, Black Pearls Magazine

Miss KP began writing in high school as an outlet to express her emotions as a teenager. She would write poetry and has even written unpublished songs. However, after feeling as if she had much more to say, she decided to purchase a laptop and began working on her first novel, which we now know as Dirty Divorce, Part 1.

Just months after a good friend introduced her to publisher, Azarel; Miss KP’s dreams came true. She became a published author with the Life Changing Books (L.C.B) family with a #1 hit behind her name. Along with being an author, Miss KP works in the fashion industry as a Merchandise Manager in prominent department store. A native Washingtonian, Miss KP currently resides in Maryland with her eight year old daughter, and is awaiting the release of her second and most anticipated novel of 2010, The Dirty Divorce- Part 2. For more information on Miss KP or her books, visit her website at: http://www.misskp.com 

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BPM: Please introduce us to The Dirty Divorce 2 and the main characters.
The Dirty Divorce: Drugs turn out to be a way of life for Rich, a powerful, sexy Drug Lord hailing from Washington, D.C. His desire for fast money and the extravagant things that it brings puts his family in harms way. Soon, his ego forces him to leave his castle and empire to expand business on the West Coast. His decision to leave his love ones behind at the mercy of his enemies turns out to be catastrophic. One by one, each of Rich’s children spiral out of control. 

In Dirty DivorcePart 1, the Sanchez family ended with a bang. Lisa, Rich,and Denie all fought treacherously to escape a harsh death sentence. Only time will tell who had the heart to survive.

Dirty Divorce Part 2 starts off with drama and violence as Rich learns that his son, Juan is dominating an industry where he used to be top dog. After grinding all his life, the fast money, and numerous women land Rich in a place where his only son has turned against him. For the first time in Rich’s life, money can’t solve the problem….and it certainly can’t keep the ruthless, Renzo off his ass. Just when Rich thinks Lisa will take everything in their final divorce proceeding, his life may soon be ending too…Beware!!

The Dirty Divorce 2- Main Players

Rich- Handsome and definitely a lady’s man. Father and husband that is ruthless and some think he’s heartless but he’s real. He lacks respect for women and his infidelity causes major issues in his home. His only love is for his money and his daughter. He keeps his son and wife on the back burner which causes major problems.

Lisa- Rich’s wife. A docile, fragile wife and mother that struggles with what’s important in life– the love of money or her happiness. She deals with Rich’s infidelity for the finer things in life but realizes when it’s too late the price of street life has a hefty price tag.

Juan- Rich and Lisa’s son. Has extreme hate for his dad due to his lack of respect for Lisa but doesn’t realize he’s more like his father that he knows.

Denie- Rich and Lisa’s daughter. Teen girl that loves her father no matter how much he neglects her. He can do no wrong until it effects her and their relationship is tested.

Carlos “Los”- Rich’s Cousin- Handsome street Colombian that holds rank in the street. His father Uncle Renzo makes things happen on both coasts and is the reason for the major cash flow that Rich and his family benefits from. Carlos and Rich’s loyalty is tested by the ultimate betrayal and causes the family to dismantle. 

Marisol- Carlos’ wife. Beautiful but ruthless. A true ride or die chick. Will do anything for her husband. A close friend to Lisa.

BPM: Who are your favorites? Are your characters from the portrayal of real people?
KP: I would have to say that Lisa would be my favorite character in Part 1 because of the transformation of her character. It was intriguing to have her go from being this gullible wife to this deranged woman that was lost and willing to do anything for revenge. The characters of the book are fictional characters but the situations are real.

BPM: What role do you give the mean spirited characters? 
KP: The mean spirited character in the book is Rich, but he is consistent. Sometimes we have to look inside to see what makes people tick and why are they the way that they are. When people treat others with lack of respect and there are no consequences, do we blame the victim for allowing it and not standing up for themselves.

BPM: What compelled you to write a book?
KP: As a teenager I would write as an outlet because I experienced a lot at a young age. My father’s absence through my teen years contributed to a lot that I went through. One of good friends was going through some relationship issues and made a powerful statement, she said, “I feel as though I’m being punished for everything my father did wrong to women, why do my relationships keep failing?” From there I said I want to write a book with a storyline that speaks to the troubled black family.

BPM: Who do you want to reach with your book?
KP: The Dirty Divorce is a novel I feel anyone can relate to. Most people will know someone who has been through a divorce or has been through one themselves, even if they are a product of divorce. Everyone in the family is affected by the break up, whether dirty or not.

KP: The one thing I always say is, “I don’t want anyone to lose the message. The cars, the money, and the big house might seem all good but we need to know the consequences that come with it. The streets are always watching and you have to live a life in fear of the day it could all come to an end; whether if it’s the Feds or the next man trying to get on top it eventually comes to an end. Infidelity and betrayal comes with the territory as well. Know that these are all the things you sign up for street life, but the main message is not only what I just mentioned, it’s the effect on the family and the children. “It’s a vicious cycle because we are teaching our children that this is the only way, and as young girls we choose the hustler as our boyfriend, and as young men we choose street life as the way because this is all we know. The abuse in the home becomes a way of life and you take the risk of your off springs either becoming a product of their environment or finding a way out. I want people to see that even though this book is fiction, it’s somebody in this world going through the same things and what are we going to do differently in our lives to make a change in our current behaviors. 

BPM: What specific issues do you address in The Dirty Divorce 2?
KP: Divorce has been such an easy way out these days, the younger generation doesn’t fight anymore for their relationships so this is definitely a topic everyone can relate to. Also the relationship between a mother and her son as well as a father and their daughter. How the decisions that we make as parents and how they affect our children.

BPM: Please share your upcoming releases and online contact info.
KP: The Dirty Divorce is a trilogy and Part 2 will be released on November, 2011. For Dirty Divorce 3 release update information or to contact me I can be reached on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/misskpdc. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/misskpdc or visit my website at http://www.misskp.com  

Purchase The Dirty Divorce 1 and 2 written by Miss KP, HERE.
http://www.lifechangingbooks.net/images/lcb_bookstore.html

Publisher: Life Changing Books
ISBN-10: 1934230774
ISBN-13: 978-1934230770
http://www.amazon.com/Dirty-Divorce-2-Miss-KP/dp/1934230774

2 Comments

  1. Jenn said,

    March 10, 2011 at 1:36 am

    When is dirty divorce 3 coming out

  2. Eddie ortiz said,

    March 27, 2012 at 4:13 pm

    The dirty divorce was my frist noval that i read n was in to it it kept me on the edge of my seat. I read in three times of me picking up the book i lovex it i cant wait to get my hands on pt 2 i wanna know what juan was smirking at!


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