Hey girl! I’ve got a question! If you were reading the perfect book for your reading mood right now, what would it entail? I asked this question on Facebook and got some interesting responses, so I’d love to hear what YOUR perfect book would be as well! As an example, the perfect book that I wanted…
Best friends since high school, Rhonda, Karen, and Patrice are now in their mid-30s and early 40s, at a crossroads in their relationships with the men in their lives, causing them to question what if they weren’t meant to participate in long-lasting relationships or do they have what it takes to live up to being…
Today, we have our first author guest, none other than historical romance author Piper Huguley! Piper talks process, finding time to write, and why she writes what she does in this episode. Enjoy! Piper’s website is here! And you can find her books here! We also talk about D.L. White’s, A Thin Line!
In today’s episode, we talk Synithia WIlliams’ “A New York Kind Of Love”. We also talk a lot and a little about how we got started as writers, what it means to us, and how we feel about revisiting characters once we’re done with a book.
In today’s episode, we discuss ebook pricing, book lengths, and writing to a black audience.
The article that I (Christina) mentioned is here -> the-toast.net/2016/01/04/i-wrote-the-accent-a-black-writer-on-urban-romance/
We’ll be discussing last week’s book pick, “A New York Kind Of Love” on next week’s episode!
On this week’s episode, we talk Keith Thomas Walker’s “The Realest Christmas Ever” and Jamie Wesley’s “Slamdunked By Love”.
There’s also a mention of Zuri Day’s (aka Lutisha Lovely) “A Good Dose of Pleasure”
For next week’s episode, we’ll be reading “A New York Kind Of Love” by Synithia Williams.