Jaielle Williams promised herself at the age of eleven one day she would see her name on the cover of a book. As a teen, she wrote stories on notebook paper and tucked them away in a drawer. She continued to write through her twenties. At thirty, she enrolled in college part-time and obtained a Bachelor’s and Master's degree of Arts in English, setting aside personal writing until she joined the creative writing program. She vowed if she could achieve her goal of writing fiction in college, she would one day fulfill her dream. Writing once again, she filled notebook after notebook with her ideas and completed five novels. Not satisfied with her attempts she never queried publishers.
In her middle-fifties, the unthinkable happened. She lost the love of her life to a sudden illness. After settling the estate, she moved back to Nashville, her hometown, quit her instructor job, and began editing. She has proofread over five hundred titles, is on her way to editing two hundred, and has begun freelance editing.
One day, she sat down at her computer, opened a document, and began writing again. Today, her stories are laced with her personal experiences throughout her life.
Master’s Plaything short stories and upcoming novels under Master’s Playroom embody experiences with her Dom, and their combined creativity from their fantasies and conversations.