Fida Abbott's Books and e-Books

Exploring My Ideas
Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, in the Summer 2019, category of Short Story
Publication Date: June 5, 2018
Available to purchase: XlibrisAmazonBN, and Kobo
e-Book: 978-1-9845-1843-9
Softcover: 978-1-9845-1842-2
Hardcover: 978-1-9845-1841-5

Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, in the Spring 2010, category of Novel
Publication Date: February 24, 2010

Available to purchase: Xlibris, Amazon, BN, and Kobo
e-Book: 978-1-9845-1842-2
Softcover: 978-1-9845-1841-5
Hardcover: 978-1-9845-1843-9

Exclusive Interview with Founder and CEO of PWH

Last year Pretty Women Hustle (PWH) first collaboration book was published: Pretty, Paid, and Powerful: 40 Days in Powering the Woman Within. You wondered who is the founder and CEO of this huge community for business women. Author Fida Abbott had a special time to interview Jakia Cheatham-Myles, Founder and CEO of PWH.

Exclusive Interview

F: What inspired you to create this business: Pretty Women Hustle?

J: I was inspired to create Pretty Women Hustle when I realized that entrepreneurs and authors need a platform that showcases your work regardless of what level you are at in your business. We realize everyone may not be able to hire a publicist but they desire to share their brand with the world.  We serve as that platform for creatives. 

F: What is the purpose and goal for this business?

J: Pretty Women Hustle was created for one purpose and that is to showcase and highlight female creatives doing extraordinary things in business and in faith.  The goal is for Pretty Women Hustle to serve as a go to for upcoming authors and entrepreneurs to share their stories. 

F: How many women have joined PWH and what is the long-term plan?

J: We have built a strong community of female entrepreneurs that reaches a little over 2,000 female creatives.

F: PWH has published the first collaborative book: Pretty, Paid, and Powerful: 40 Days in Powering the Woman Within. What was the best and the worst thing in realizing this publication? 

J: The experience as a whole was amazing, to be able to bring 18 women together to share their stories was a dream. The difficult part was encouraging the authors to promote the book to their individual audiences. When releasing a collaborative book I have now realized the importance of ensuring each author believes in the project just as much as you do. Overall, I hope to create more collaborative books that include upcoming authors. 

F: What was the accomplishment since this book published?

J: This book allowed us to launch a 20 day challenge that allows entrepreneurs to tap into the hustler within each of them. 

F: What is your plan in the future publication for PWH?

J: To keep creating opportunities for female creatives to share their stories. 

F: What message would you like to share for women around the world?

J: Tell Your Story! Someone somewhere in this world needs it.

F: How to connect with PWH?

J: You can connect with us on any platform, Visit our site by going to 


Jakia Cheatham - Myles is an entrepreneur, speaker and Purpose pusher for women in business. Jakia uses her calling to encourage and uplift women while teaching the art of collaboration among women entrepreneurs. Jakia founded Pretty Women Hustle Network with 600 female entrepreneurs online which grew rapidly and branched off into Pretty Women Hustle the platform which includes a Magazine, Online Blog, Podcast and Directory for women in business. Jakia is grateful for the opportunity to highlight and promote women doing extraordinary things in business and in faith through Pretty Women Hustle. 

Published on Wednesday, May 4, 2022


The Abbotts' Community Service for Youth

Fida Abbott, before the workshop began.

On Fridqy, July 23, 2021, located at Coatesville Youth Initiative building, 545 East Lincoln Highway, Coatesville, PA, author Fida Abbott and Ariel Abbott worked together as facilitators for a workshop called Express Yourself Through the Arts. Fida led writing workshop and Ariel led creating a comic workshop to thirty Summer Service Corps members of Coatesville Youth Inititative (CYI). With only two hours slot, the members learned the basic knowledge about writing or creating a comic. They were devided two groups based on their interest, in writing and creating a comic. By the end of workshop the members were given the opprtunity to share their art works to the members.

Ariel Abbott was presenting in a workshop. 

Who is Ariel AbbottAriel Abbott, 12th grade student, is a youth author. In her seventeenth years old she published her first self-published book. It's a comic to support mental health awareness, titled Phoebe's Mental Health Journey (PMHJ). It was her Girl Scout Gold Award Project that benefits Coatesville Area Senior High School (CASH).In October 13, her comic received Bronze Award from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards.

Ariel keeps spreading the message from her PMHJ comic by donating her book to the right destinations and speaking about mental health awareness. To support her continuing project, she will hold fundraiser in series begin in November 2021 to February 2022. (*)

Published on Friday, Nov 26, 2021

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