Interview with Author BeeKels ArtOrigins – Ramona Portelli Blog

Interview with Author BeeKels ArtOrigins

Kelsi B. Brooks (BeeKels ArtOrigins) is an educator who resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She enjoys the performing arts, hiking outdoors, and bonding with animals. As a new author, she writes a historical fiction and a short story about the paranormal. The inner beauty of light is inspiration for BeeKels ArtOrigins. In her books, she seeks to illuminate truths of romance, historical ties to reality’s past, and use fiction as her lamp.

For the year 2020, my new year’s resolution was to release my new ebook on Lit: A Short Story is under the genre Mythology and Folklore. Within the span of 6 months, I have expanded my genres to include teen fiction and have increased my presence on social media with Twitter and Instagram. My author blog is on and I encourage my readers to interact with my book characters on Tumbler. I am excited about the future of my writing and how it is received by readers worldwide. 

Tell me more about your latest book

 “Light A Fire” is poetic, describing a Girl’s First, and what leads to A Woman’s Reflection.  BeeKels ArtOrigins describes a world of woman and man, choices made to ignite a relationship, and the trial and error that continues throughout a love story.

What was the most challenging aspect of writing this book?

The most challenging aspect of writing “Light: A Historical Fiction” was to capture the history that I had researched and develop my writing style, so that my readers could stay engaged in the journey of Tembo, Hasla and Ulas.

What is your normal procedure to get your books published?

I am an independent publisher with Amazon KDP and Barnes and Noble Nook.

What motivated you to become an author?

Listening to the stories of my family and being exposed to the performing arts at an early age was what encouraged me to become an author.

How many books have you written so far?

In total, I have 8 books listed on and Amazon Kindlebooks. My other listings are on Barnes and Noble.

  • Lit: A Short Story Part I
    Lit: A Short Story Part II
  • Light: A Historical Fiction
  • Light A Fire: A Girl’s First, A Woman’s Reflection (Poetry Prose)
  • The Dancer That Flew: Keeping Time
  • PackingNItalia Poesia: Travel Writing Prose
  • Kat Meets A Mystery
  • The BeeBuzzTravel Hive:The ABC’s of Travel (ISBN: 9798640584929)

Is there an author whose brain you would love to pick for advice? Who would that be and why?

Isabelle Allende, Toni Morrison and Maya Angelou are female authors who I would love to pick their brains about character development and staying relevant.

How hard or easy is it to establish and maintain a career in writing?

I am a new author, and it has taken be two years to see that I have a lot to learn about maintaining a career in writing.

What is your advice for aspiring writers?

Do your research by accessing social media, you may find that you can increase the amount of exposure to your books by reaching out to a reading community.

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