Showing posts from February, 2016

Happy Valentine's Day! #WhenBlackWomenFall

Happy Valentine's Day! All around the world, couples are celebrating the power of love. In fact, many celebrate it differently. Here is an article on the different traditions of Valentine's Day around the world. For me, as a romance author, I get to write about love all the time and it's the best job. This month, I teamed up with several fellow romance authors on a blog tour highlighting black heroines falling in love. As part of the tour, we've put together a sample book of our featured stories. Be sure to check it out and join the tour ! Then, check out this wonderful blog post by author Kim Golden on her experiences in writing about (and finding) love the unconventional way... Maybe...Love: Love in Translation by Kim Golden When I first wrote about Laney in Maybe Baby, I had no idea that she would demand more stories. I never intended for Maybe Baby to become a series. I only knew I wanted to tell the story of a black woman from the States who--li

"When Black Women Fall" Blog Tour

When Black Women Fall in Love by Ines Johnson  Heartspell Media would like to welcome you to When Black Women Fall, a week long promotional tour of romance novels featuring African American heroines in the contemporary, historical, paranormal, new adult, and erotica genres. Romance novels are increasingly featuring heroes and heroines of color, from Courtney Milan’s Brothers Sinister series to Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunter series. As society and its citizens increase in diversity so does the market. With more and more authors bypassing publishers and uploading these colorful romances on their own, starved readers now have a buffet of books to choose from. On this tour, you will find that when black women fall in love it’s a sign of the times in these contemporary offerings. In Farrah Rochon's "All You Can Handle" love was the last thing professional pastry chef Sonny White was looking for, but she finds it in a sleepy town with a motorcycle riding hottie.