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“I’ll be honest. I don’t read romances with black couples on the cover.”When a friend of mine shared this with me, I stared at her in stunned silence for a moment before I could reply. I appreciated her honesty, but as a black woman who writes multicultural romance, I felt the sting of her statement on a personal level.Grappling for words…any words…I cleared my throat. “You don’t?

It’s that time of the year where everyone has made their New Year’s Resolutions. You head to the gym, start a diet, quit smoking—determined to live a healthier lifestyle. You tell yourself, this will be the year. I know I have done my fair share of New Year’s Resolutions, and I know I’ve failed more resolutions than I want to admit in this article.

Standing 6’6”—with muscles that make him seem larger than life—Michael Foster is an imposing character...until he starts to talk. Suddenly all that brawn is forgotten, as a smile lights up his face and his signature deep rumbling laugh escapes.

Fan Fic.: This is the term used for fan fiction and it’s having an increasingly strong ring these days.For those who don’t know what fan fiction is, or have heard the term but are unclear what it means, here’s what it is in a nutshell—fan fiction is fans (even other authors) writing fiction using characters created by their favorite authors, screenwriters, or comic book creators.

We all know that self-publishing has opened doors for writers in ways we could never have dreamed of a decade ago. Innovation in the publishing industry has increased exponentially as multiple channels to publishing have opened. But in all that time, self-published authors have never come together to create their own line.