December 2014, Sylvia launched and had a book signing at Annie's Art Gallery for the third book in her trilogy: Beyond Love. The other two are: Anything But Love and An Affair With a Stranger. Future releases for Sylvia Simmons are: The Longest Day in My Life: 10/30/13 (A Cancer Survival's Journal), Nine Rules to Clubbing After 50, Lillian's Truth and Suspended in Time.
Other products created by Sylvia are: Butterfly score pads for card games (Spades, 500 Gin Rummy and Bid Whist), SiHowa Publishing coffee mugs, tote bags and "T" shirts.
Sylvia's poem Forever appears in the 2006 publication of Echoes: Voices from Prince George's County Poets and her poem Rain appears in Reflections, a literary and arts magazine published by Prince George's Community College.
Participant in Karibu sponsored Black Writer's Guild, MD monthly workshops as a presenter/facilitator from December, 2006 through June, 2007.
She is the editor of a quarterly newsletter, Purple Passion for the Arts that features interviews with local, national, and international talents, tips on writing/publishing. Her publishing company is proud to showcase J. D. Collection (Poems for every age) by Janel D. Howard. Sylvia is working on the sequel to her novel: Anything But Love, entitled: An Affair with a Stranger. Sylvia performed as Lena in a video production of A Raisin in the Sun, and in the play: How I Learned to Drive as part of the Greek Chrous and in the role as Grandmother.