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Monday Musings: Do Black Authors Have A Social Responsibility To Portray Black Women "Positively"?

All the time? I’m addressing readers specifically, and I ask this question sincerely and earnestly because I have observed in the various FB groups that I’m in as well as reading customer reviews, that we as black women (or black people for that matter), have a serious problem with respectability politics. 335 more words

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Kindle Unlimited Picks Of The Week

This week I present to you an ongoing series! I fucking love this series and highly recommend! Now, I must caution you that these are very short reads, and being the cheapie that I am, would only read them because of Kindle Unlimited. 176 more words

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The cover is finally up! My co-author, Victoria H. Smith, and I have been waiting for this day. Now it’s finally here!! Check out the cover of our new release, Only Love, below!! 15 more words

Tuesday With Roxy

Sidebar: Tuesday Teaser will return next week. I gotta date with Roxy Wilson, so let’s proceed shall we…

I’ve met quite a few IR Romance authors on Facebook, and they’re all like celebrities to me so I get super excited when I can snag a sit down with one of them. 1,779 more words

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Monday Musings: Books with race in the title...


  • Me and The White Billionaire*
  • The Millionaire’s Black Secretary
  • My Asian Persuasian
  • My White Gynecologist
  • The Black Billionaire’s Mistress

It’s racist. It’s misogynistic. It’s… 159 more words

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SPOTLIGHT: The Perfect Shoot

The Perfect Shoot (Hot Model Mine 1) by Lea Bronsen

Thank you so much for having me on your blog!

Who hasn’t been infatuated with a sexy poster boy – actor, pop star, or football hero – even though he was unobtainable? 1,128 more words

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Love Under Construction - Book 2

What does a sassy owner of a construction company have in common with a down-on-his-luck ex-con? On the surface, it would seem nothing. But oh, baby, brewing beneath their apparent dislike of each other is a raging tempest of sexual desire. 201 more words

Chanta Rand