Fatima Munroe holds a Bachelor’s in Human Resource Management, won numerous workplace awards and commendations, and is considered a leader among her peers. In 2015, Fatima took a step out on faith and penned her first urban fiction novel. To date, she has authored/co-authored over forty titles and reached best seller status on Amazon numerous times. Fatima has also been recognized as one of the top 100 authors in urban fiction for the past three years (and counting) by Ubawa Magazine. In 2020, Fatima launched Monreaux Publications in order to assist aspiring authors with showcasing their talent to a broader audience. Fatima can be contacted at www.fatimasbooks.com or www.monreauxpublications.com.
My name is Belleza and I am an urban romance novelist that create stories about good girl and the gangsta’s that love them.
Hey, I’m Harleigh, author of the blackest love stories where the heroes and heroines work hard and love even harder. my stories are proof that black love is real, is ours and always matters. My characters are usually regular, degular folks who have checkered or traumatic pasts and humble ass second chances. Occasionally, my fictional worlds make a cross-over into reality.
A Charlotte North Carolina native, that brings a new meaning to G.R.I.T.S (girl raised in the south) with a hint of Spiciness. I enjoy making people laugh and feel like they are important! Who would have thought that my passion for cooking would turn into writing a cookbook; which led to me exploring my talent in other genres.
I am an author under two pen names: IElaine Jenkins & Ingrid Symone that writes short stories, Christian fiction, urban fiction, romance, young adult, LGBT and self-help
A lover of all things love, Ash Ley, an author from the south, has had a passion for reading and writing for the last 10+ years. What started off as her writing short stories in dozens of notebooks has developed into something more.
Since making her grand debut in the literary world July of 2016, Ash has written the most complex love stories with one thing in common – no matter the circumstances life seems to throw at her leading couples, fate always has the final say so. Her goal is to give life to characters so real that you manage to find a piece of yourself in them as well as their situation. With a steadily growing catalog, Ash has no plans to stop providing the stories she needs to tell.
I am a writer that creates stories and characters for black girls and women who never got to see themselves as the protagonist. Whether you were told that your skin was too dark, your hair was too nappy, your body was too big or too tall or all of the above, I’m here to tell you it was all a lie and I have something written just for you. For us.
Jasemine Knowles, better known as Nailah, is a twenty-something-year-old Houston city girl who enjoys cooking, blogging, traveling, talking sex and self-love, and of course, writing. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and journalism from Texas Southern University, an HBCU.
Not only was she a star student, where multiple journalism professors highlighted her story-telling skills, it was after she earned two journalism awards and being on her “Being-Mary-Jane” as a journalist for a black-owned newspaper/media company based in Houston, that she decided to pen her first novel: Between Love and a Hard Place (BLHP under her retired pen-name Sage).
Passionate about mental health, self-love, and women embracing their sensuality and femininity, Nailah has attracted a community of caged birds (women) who are seeking to break free and learn how to fly again. The women who yearn to embrace their femininity and find more pleasure, joy, and contentment around their bodies, lives and sexual relationships.
Thus, Nailah writes spellbinding tales of the heart that’ll not only bring sheer pleasure and bliss, but will declare healing in your life.