Keith Kareem Williams

Keith Kareem Williams is the author of over 21 books and 7 screenplays. He self-published his first novel, “Water Flows Under Doors,” in 2004 and took six years to finish his sophomore title.

Here is the synopsis of his lates, The Higher Learning Curve: Marlon and Victoria are two young college students who are both trying to decide what they want to do with the rest of their lives while also trying to figure out what they’re doing with each other.

What started out as a meaningless summertime fling has become something much more complicated and confusing to them both.

Enter Priscilla Anthony, Marlon’s World Arts professor, who offers the young lovers a ride home during a thunderstorm one afternoon after class.

The rainy evening they spend together becomes the beginning of a series of sensual entanglements that develops into something none of them expected. The interactions that follow take on a strangely sensual, and erotic dynamic with resounding ripple effects throughout all of their lives. A thrilling read that follows the pattern of all of Keith’s works.

In 2010, after he released his 2nd novel titled, Open Spaces, he boldly switched careers to be become a full-time author and hasn’t looked back. He is known as “the man of many genres” and describes his writing style as, “Urban, Hip-Hop, fiction with the rhythm of Reggae that crashed into Heavy Metal and then began to bleed Neo Soul.”

In his words, he pens, “Alternative Urban Fiction.” His titles have won numerous awards and he has been honored for his grassroots efforts to promote literacy. He still resides in his hometown of Brooklyn, New York where he delicately balances his time between his responsibilities as a full-time father and the challenges of being a full-time author/screenwriter.

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