Orsayor: What was the last lie you told?
J’son: It’s been so long since I’ve lied, I don’t remember.
Orsayor: If your life was made into a movie what would the title be, and would it be a comedy, drama, or adventure flick?
J’son: The movie would be called I Can’t Make This Stuff Up and it would be a comedy
Orsayor: Who would you like to be stuck in the elevator with?
J’son: Michael Strahan
Orsayor: What song best describes your work ethic?
J’son: Dolly Parton’s “9 to 5”
Orsayor: Is there one question above all else that you don’t want to answer about yourself? What is the question?
J’son: Why are you single?
Orsayor: Can you tell readers about any upcoming books/projects?
J’son: Sweet Georgia Press will launch Sweet Georgia Greetings in 2015. Inspired by the love of his grandmother (Georgia Lee), Sweet Georgia Greetings will treat you like family should. Share happiness, laughter and love with custom art by Lead Designer, Cyrus Webb, and custom greetings by SGP Owner & President, J’son M. Lee.
Orsayor: Thank you for taking a “Time-Out” with me.
J’son: Thank you
J’son M. Lee is the Owner & President of Sweet Georgia Press, a multi-dynamic publishing and editing firm based in Baltimore, MD. He was born in Lewiston, NC, and resides in Baltimore, MD. Lee is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, earning a degree in Speech Communication with a concentration in Performance Studies.
His works include Just Tryin’ To Be Loved, How Could My Husband Be GAY?, the “Friends or Lovers” short story series (Best Friends, More Than Friends and Can’t Be Friends), love One (short story), and One Family’s AIDS (short story).