Imani Wisdom's brainchild -- Pink Noire Publications -- has been known for her unpredictable style of storytelling. Now its founder is expanding the "pink and black" brand to shine on prolific artists. From the inspirationalist, Danica Worthy to bestselling author, Stacy Deanne, Pink Noire understand these talented individuals know how to express their craft through words, song, dance, and stroke of a brush.

What is Pink Noire?

UPDATE: As of April 2012, Wickedly Sweet Ink has been officially renamed to Pink Noire Publications. It will still have its wickedly sweet, definitely unpredictable brand of literary storytelling from the inspiring short story collection of Untimely Revelations, to the salacious tale of Unbridled Matrimony as well as empowering the mind and spirit of women.  

Founder and Owner, Imani Wisdom established Wickedly Sweet Ink in September 2011 with literary works, Untimely Revelations: A Collection of Stories of Love, Faith, and Forgiveness, Introduction of Nikki Robinson, The Shattered Mogul the Play, and her summer 2012 release, Zion’s Road: The Journey.

According to the 40 year old and mother of three, Imani says her goal for the company will be more than just books—more of multimedia projects. She didn't give details on her venture, but did say there will be a new member to Wickedly Sweet family coming January of 2012.  “For the first time since having my blog, I will have a man guest blogging for “Erotic Fridays”” she stated, “If you want to know more, you have stay tune and see”.

Sounds good…but what about the name, Wickedly Sweet Ink? How did you come up with that for your brand?

“I told my graphic designer, Donna Osborn Clark, my logo must show my personality. And since I have this weird fascination with angels, I felt this image was perfect without using words.”

Since you won’t divulge any long-term goals for Wickedly Sweet, what are your plans for 2012?

Zion’s Road: The Journey, the spin off from the short story collection—Untimely Revelations, will release summer 2012. The novel has the same vibe as the short story, except there are new characters and a darker storyline with a few twist and turns. The main character is also in the short story version, and is the glue connecting to both stories. I had fun writing her, and hope the readers will find this character fascinating.

I also hope to bring The Shattered Mogul on stage. Now when is the question? Tentatively, I would like to put it in production by fall 2012 during the Annual Circle City Classic in Indianapolis—a Historical Black College University football game. The timing would be perfect.

So what about this mystery blogger? Who is this person?

He’s a man…and that’s all I’m saying (snickering).

Since Imani Wisdom leaves us in a cloud of mystery, we will soon find out her endeavors and this secretive blogger. So stay tune. And as she posted on her website, “This is only the beginning”.

Imani Wisdom, Author and CEO of Pink Noire
Imani Wisdom, Author and Founder of Pink Noire