Saturday, November 18, 2023

Females in Entertainment: Meet New York City Writer Queen Chastity

As part of our "Females in Entertainment" series we focus on up and coming and vibrant women in the field of entertainment. Today we interview Queen Chastity, who is making her mark as a writer of books and scripts among her other work.

Tell me about yourself Queen!

A little about me, I'm a published author of 4 books and also a TV and Movie script writer, a Victim Advocate for Rape and Domestic violence.
What are you working on now?

I at the moment have 4 of my tv shows picked up that I am working on. My main focus and projects include eventually launching my first online school.
How did you fall into this?

I have always been a writer since the young age of 4 years old. Creating stories of heroes. 
Why do you feel it is so important to write like this?

I feel that everything I've learned and done up until now has molded me to be the woman I am today. Strong. Resilient and passionate about creating stories that help. Heal and encourage people.
Please feel free to talk about the healing/advocacy work that you do.

As a sexual abuse and physical abuse survivor, I know the need of men, women and children that have been abused and just want to be heard, understood and listened to. As an Advocate, I believe in having a voice and giving others a safe space and voice as well. 

What do you have coming up for yourself? 

I have upcoming tv show projects in the works, a new inspirational book and also working on some of my courses for my online school for next year.
And now something about yourself:
How do you relax?
I love relaxing by binging on TV shows with my daughter. Listening to music and writing poetry.
Favorite Cheat Meal:
I have many but I really enjoy baking cakes. Lemon specifically.
If you had two hours to watch a show, what would you watch? 

I would watch a cartoon from the 90's. I love nastalgic shows that makes me feel good.
Top three favorite movies:

Color Purple, Titanic and Coroline.

Best thing about being the age you are:

At this age, I know when I've had enough. There is no need to try to compete, compare or push myself to BE anything other than myself. Unapologetically 35!

How can people find out more about you? 

People can find me by emailing me at: But can also check out my books on Amazon.