ATLANTA, GA – 29 Apr, 2017 – Award winning and best-selling writer, producer, and director Andrionna L. Williams relocated to one of the premier entertainment cities in the country from her hometown of Las Vegas.

“I decided to move here because I feel Atlanta is the perfect place for my career to take root. Atlanta is fertile ground for self-motivated entrepreneurs, literary, and entertainment industry professionals such as myself,” said Williams.

The best-selling novel “In-Laws from Hell” which describes the family dynamic between a couple and their mother-in-law was written by Williams. The novel was adapted into a star-studded touring stage play in which Williams has plans to kick off her six-city tour of the play in September. Over the past eight years, the successful “In-Laws from Hell” brand has also inspired a radio sitcom, webisode, and a themed reality series featured on A&E television network entitled “Monsters in Law” produced by Leftfield Entertainment. 

“In-Laws from Hell came from a passionate place in my life and I believe that same passion that went into the novel may have attributed to the brand’s success,” said Williams.

Williams has received various accolades including the NAACP Featured Author Award, Diamond International Award, Black Essence Award, and the California Film Award to name a few. Williams has also been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Pointe Coupee Banner, Times Picayune, Las Vegas Review Journal, and Black Image Magazine.

Most of Williams’ time is spent working on several writing projects including writing an erotic anthology for Enrapture, reality series, and a sitcom with Darius McCrary.  Her short story titled “Love’s Last Secret” can be read in “The Heat of Passion” erotic anthology.  Upon completion of novels, “Your Woman Is My Wife,” “Pozole,” and “Loving ME…So I can Love You: An Enhancement Guide for the Overwhelmed Parent,” they will also be adapted for the stage.

While in negotiations for her crime thriller novel to be adapted into a television series, Williams’ screenplay “Until Death Do We Part” is also in the works.  Williams continues to hone her skills as she works on the development of a comic strip and cartoon titled “Jarvis,” which will be illustrated by cartoonist Will James.

The modern-day Renaissance woman also launched It’s All About Me Bath and Body. The line includes fabulous bath and body products of various scents including soy candles, brown sugar scrub, hand and body lotion, shampoo, conditioner, bath and shower gel, shea body butter, moisturizing milk bath, shea body soap, Skinitizer™ and lip balm. 

As a humanitarian, Williams desires to pay it forward through her nonprofit ALW Behavioral Health Service. Through her organization, she will design a literacy program for youth and adults that will be implemented in Atlanta and nationwide. ALW Behavioral Health Service will also provide rental and utility assistance and a weekly food pantry for families.  Williams is also the co-founder with Darius McCrary of Father’s Care Inc., a non-profit organization that assists fathers with unfair child support cases.

“I enjoy expressing myself through writing and giving back to the community through philanthropy. I don’t know how different my life would be if I had not been able to express myself in this way,” said Williams. “It has been life changing for me and my hope is that my talents and contributions will have a life-changing impact on others.”

Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a meet and greet with Williams at her book signing at Douglasville Books on April 28 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The address is 7191 Douglas Boulevard in Douglasville, Georgia.

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Andrionna Williams is an author, playwright, and entrepreneur.  She launched a successful brand based on her best-selling novel “In-Laws from Hell” in 2009 that has since been adapted into a star-studded touring stage play, a radio show, webisode, and a themed reality show that was featured on A&E television network and produced by Leftfield Entertainment. Williams has received several awards including the Featured Author (NAACP) Diamond International Award, Black Essence Award and a California Film Award. The talented writer is working on several projects, including novels, a sitcom, and a reality series.

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