Dr. A’ndrea J. Wilson is a multi-medium, creative writer and educator. A’ndrea dates her writing career back to high school where she majored in Creative Writing at Rochester, New York’s School of the Arts. After graduation, she pursued careers in psychology and education, earning a Bachelor's degree in Psychology in 2000, a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling in 2002, and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership in 2009. Finally giving in to the internal push to write, she began writing and publishing novels in 2009, before returning to school and earning a second Master's degree in Dramatic Writing in 2017. Her continuously growing body of inspirational work often integrates her clinical background and interest in interpersonal/intrapersonal development with storytelling. She is the author of over twenty-one published works, including the award-winning Wife 101 series. She also writes supernatural thrillers under the pseudonym Janell. As a playwright, her short play "On Da Rooftop" was selected for the 2017 Fade to Black Play Festival. Her premiere play ,"Grace Period," was nominated for the Kennedy Center's Graduate Playwrights Workshop, and selected for readings at the 2017 National Black Theatre Festival and the 2017 Atlanta Black Theatre Festival. Also a screenwriter, A'ndrea is currently working on made-for-TV and feature film adaptations of her novels and novellas. Much more than a writer, A’ndrea is also an Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing at a private, liberal arts college in Georgia, an Associate Faculty member at an online university, the President of Divine Garden Press, the President of the Candler County Book Club, a member of the Dramatists Guild, and a charter and current member of the Beta Alpha Chi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. She currently resides in Georgia where she is imagining and penning her next creative work.