New Adult Romance
Breakout Author, Chelsea Maria, is rebirthing the idea of love for the millennial generation. Armed with a desire to define the union of reality, faith, and love Chelsea Maria writes relatable stories that challenge society’s warped view of love. With a clearly defined purpose, Chelsea puts her passion and talents to use for the betterment of the generation.
Since the impressionable age of 15, this Florida-native has been piercing pages with her vivid imagination. She’s penned countless narratives that perfectly fuse devotion and romance. Now, with an arsenal of love-inspiring chronicles, she is claiming her spot in the world of fiction. Bringing a new wave to the industry and reshaping the twisted perceptions.
Tasked with changing the narrative, Chelsea gives it her all. With no abandon, she pens the stories of her heart and the hearts of her readers fervently. Using her God-given talent, she employs wit and artistry that not only make all hearts swoon but also plant seeds of conviction and force reflection of her readers. Every addition to her growing catalog is penned with the purpose to revive the faith in love. Allow yourself to step into the realm of love, faith, reality, and all that in between.
I am a New York City girl living in Florida. I started my first manuscript Wait for Me over seven years ago. Since then the book has evolved into a series containing six full length novels under the name Vision Records.
I am an educator by day and a self-published writer by night, but I feel like I’ve been a writer since I was a child, writing poetry and then short romances since my teenage years. I studied American and African literature in college and graduated with a degree in English Literature.
I write diverse contemporary Haitian-American romances that also deal with the joys and growing pains associated with growing up in a Haitian family.
In addition to my upbringing, my work as an educator has also informed my work as a writer. I like to write characters with dark pasts, and strong personalities, who are often times dealing with emotional, physical, and psychological disorders, but who ultimately rise above their challenges to be with the ones they love.
I am a self-proclaimed hopeless romantic, but I think I’d have to be in this field, right? My hope is that my stories and characters inspire readers to find and fight for their forever loves.
My name is Tajma Brown and I’m a reading addict. Growing up, you could always find me tucked away somewhere with a book in my hands, even when I wasn’t supposed to be. The same can still be said about me today. When I’m not working in sports, you can find me tucked in a corner with my kindle in my hand reading another juicy romance novel. After many, many years of reading stories written by other people, I decided to turn my passion for reading books into writing my own.
J. Nichole is a contemporary romance author residing in Northern Virginia with her husband and daughter. In high school, she fell in love with The Coldest Winter Ever and has since been an avid reader of black romance. Seven years ago, she started writing her first novel. When she kept hearing that readers wanted more she expanded the stand-alone into a series, Love 101.
When she isn’t dreaming of characters and nose-deep into another author’s story she is serving her clients as an IT Consultant.
I was born in Nashville, Tennessee and was raised by my loving grandparents Hattie and Ernest Fletcher. I discovered my love for writing in the 5th Grade thanks to a wonderful teacher named Ms. Middlebrooks. I have written stage plays, television scripts, short stories, and now novels. I have been married to the love of my life Ron for over 20 years and we share a handsome five-year-old son named Nathaniel. We live overseas and I love to read, travel, and dance.I am currently signed with Major Key Publishing.
Britt Joni is a Midwestern girl with Southern roots. She’s a sucker for a good romance and gets giddy anytime there’s a strong representation of black love. If asked to describe herself she’d probably tell you she is a modern day hippie with a dope soul. In short Britt Joni is a book hoarding, journal writing, Neo Soul & 90’s R & B grooving, natural hair wearing, Chadwick Boseman loving, wine and whiskey consuming, kismet believing, lipstick junkie, who just wants to spread her love and gift of writing with someone other than herself. When Britt Joni is not chasing down her dreams with a pen, she is being a mommy to an AMAZING little boy.
Britt Joni has always used writing as a form of therapy. From a very early age she has always carried multiple journals around to jot down her thoughts, scribble down a quick poem, or to write out a story. After losing her biological father she decided life was too short to live in fear or with regrets so she took a leap of faith and started following her dream of writing. Britt Joni’s ultimate literary goal is to write from the heart and to let her fascination with black love soar into the world.
D.S. Little writes contemporary African American romance and unapologetic fiction that inspires others. Growing up, writing became an escape for her and the way she learned to express herself. Over the years she has written plays, monologues, stories, and other programs for various entities. She started writing fiction full-time in 2016 on Wattpad, with readers describing her stories as “having emotionally compelling characters that stay with you.” She is now signed with Delphine Publications and her novel “Rookie Mistakes” will be released on November 28, 2018.
D.Rose is a blogger and writer based out of the DMV. Since childhood she has always had a passion for reading and writing. Have written for various blogs and for the newspaper at her Alma Mater writing has always been a part of her life. Over the years she has been working to perfect her craft.
After obtaining her Bachelors degree in psychology she has found the time to fully devote herself to self-publishing. In 2018, she will be publishing her first novel with many more to come.