{New & Emerging Black Authors} L.J. Bowen

Good Morning lovely Readers! How are you doing this morning?

Welcome back to the New & Emerging Black Authors segment. Each week, I will be featuring an amazing new and emerging author. I just love to give new authors a chance and this is one way that I enjoy doing just that! I hope you will welcome them with open arms and give them a shot! So without further ado, here is L.J. Bowen!

 


WHO IS AUTHOR L.J. BOWEN?

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Miss. Bowen was born and raised in Chicago, IL. She has been writing since high school and put that passion into focus by writing for the yearbook staff and performing arts group in college. She has a B.A. in Liberal Arts and a M.A. in English and is a self-proclaimed bibliophile. Continue reading “{New & Emerging Black Authors} L.J. Bowen”

{New Release Spotlight} D-City Hit Squad: The Final Ride by Annitia L. Jackson

FB_IMG_1534455805927Author Annitia L. Jackson is back with another new release, D-City Hit Squad: The Final Ride. It’s a spin-off novella of Jackson’s D-City Chronicles three-book series. If you haven’t read the D-City Chronicles series, you should definitely check it out!

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

Akia (Kia) Masters has been backed into a corner by the love of her life’s father, Anton Morales. She will do anything to protect her family, even if that means giving up what she wants the most, a life with Tito “Tan” Morales. Continue reading “{New Release Spotlight} D-City Hit Squad: The Final Ride by Annitia L. Jackson”

{New & Emerging Black Authors} E.N. Hardy

Good Morning lovely Readers! How are ya’ll doing this morning?

Today I’m introducing my new feature, New & Emerging Black Authors. Each week, I will be featuring an amazing new and emerging author. Pretty cool, huh? I just love to give new authors a chance and this is one way that I enjoy doing just that! I hope you will welcome them with open arms and give them a shot! So without further ado, here is our first featured author, Author E.N. Hardy!

 


WHO IS E.N. HARDY?

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E. N. Hardy was born and raised in Inkster, Michigan. Writing became a passion for her at a very young age, as an outlet, and as a means to deal with trying circumstances. She loves to write poetry, erotica, and in her own words “emotional fiction.” Continue reading “{New & Emerging Black Authors} E.N. Hardy”

{New Release Spotlight + Gift Card Giveaway} Submissive by R Coxton

received_298127727442421Author R Coxton is no stranger to the literary world. He’s at it again with another new novel, Submissive: Brought, Broken, & Betrayed Chronicles. Check out the next new phase to his Brought, Broken & Betrayed series!

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

Imagine having a love written in the stars but the weight of your world won’t allow you to have it. Luna Rosa Green is faced with denying herself love for the greater good of others around her. Continue reading “{New Release Spotlight + Gift Card Giveaway} Submissive by R Coxton”

{New Release Spotlight} Picking Up The Pieces Of Her Shattered Soul by Annitia L. Jackson


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has blessed us with another hot romance, Picking Up The Pieces Of Her Shattered Soul. It’s an emotional, drama-filled spin-off of Jackson’s D-City Chronicles three-book series. If you haven’t read the D-City Chronicles series, you should definitely check it out! Although this book is a spin-off to her series, it is also a standalone novel. Check it out!

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

Can a woman who has been broken all of her life, pick up the pieces of her shattered soul, and save herself? Continue reading “{New Release Spotlight} Picking Up The Pieces Of Her Shattered Soul by Annitia L. Jackson”

{New Release Spotlight} Bible Chicks: What Would Women Of The Bible Be Like Today? (Book 2) by Lakisha Johnson

received_1934101326641474Good Morning! Last week, I introduced you to book one of the two-book Christian Fiction series Bible Chicks: What Would Women Of The Bible Be Like Today?. Today, book two, written by Author Lakisha Johnson, is available to download. Two amazing authors teamed up to bring you today’s perspective of a very interesting question: What would women of the bible be like today? This book focuses on the following women: Gomer, Hannah and Jezebel. Continue reading “{New Release Spotlight} Bible Chicks: What Would Women Of The Bible Be Like Today? (Book 2) by Lakisha Johnson”

{New Re-Release} The Throne by Cole Hart

FB_IMG_1534707909055Bestselling Author Cole Hart is re-releasing his unforgettable, four-book dramatic crime thriller series, The Throne! Book one just dropped today and the other three will be available soon. Take the ultimate ride as he takes you on an unforgettable journey! This series will grab you from the first paragraph and doesn’t let you go! Check it out! Continue reading “{New Re-Release} The Throne by Cole Hart”

{A Major Key Anthology} Loving You Was Not For Me by Christina Fletcher, Davino, Courtney B. & K. Blaze


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Major Key Publishing has released their first anthology in celebration of their one year anniversary. Major Key Publishing launched in July 2017 and published their first book in August 2017. This publishing company has been dropping hot, must-read books ever since. Continue reading “{A Major Key Anthology} Loving You Was Not For Me by Christina Fletcher, Davino, Courtney B. & K. Blaze”

{New Book Series + Giveaway} Crazy In Love by R Coxton

Good afternoon book readers! Today, Author R. Coxton released the finale to his Crazy In Love series. Crazy In Love is an African American Urban Romantic Suspense Thriller, two-book series.

 

Crazy In Love (Book 1)

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Continue reading “{New Book Series + Giveaway} Crazy In Love by R Coxton”

New Author Tip: What is the difference between a blog and author website, and do I need both?

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Whenever I am out and about the first question people ask: “Do you have a website?” So I thought I’d talk briefly about the difference between a blog and an author website and if you need both.

First, no. You don’t necessarily need both, though I do recommend it for authors with several published books. But, first, let’s get into the major differences.

Though both are referred to as “websites” a website is different from the blog in that it is something that is static and unchanging. It focuses on the author and his/her work without the distraction of too many other elements. Sometimes websites just have one page and that’s OK. The purpose of the website is to give immediate information about who the person is, what it is that they do and how you can stay in touch with them and their work. These things must be understood…

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