One more day before The Darkest Knight returns to regular price 🖤🖤🖤
Larke When I left my job as a federal prosecutor to start my own organization where I worked with private investigators, local police departments, and The Justice Department in order to find missing girls of color, I’d had buckets of fears but no regrets. I’d modeled my mission off that of The Innocence Project, using... Continue Reading →
They hadn’t seen the attack coming. The area, supposedly, had been secured, but Julien had picked up the missiles headed their way right at the last minute. Giorgio still didn’t know if all his comrades had been able to escape the roof and walls caving in on them.
Mo grabbed a blade from the back of the changing table to her left. “Please step away from my baby,” she ordered. “I don’t want him to get your blood on his new onesie.”
Quick Tip: Never forget about character development when you're writing a story. You can't create a character that's an entire a$$hole and then make a post on Facebook or IG about removing negative people from your life. Remove them from your story unless they serve a purpose (advancing the plot, growth device, etc). -Love-n-Lit
With the popularity and success of Black Panther, is it time for writers, especially writers of colour, to forge a new frontier? We're conquering the literary scene with IR fiction, urban fantasy, non-fiction, etc, but are we limiting ourselves based on history? What I would like to see is an influx of a different type... Continue Reading →
“I’ve seen you naked before, Cherry Bomb. I doubt you’ve changed that much,” I lied. Those breasts were plumper than I remembered. They sat on her chest like lush melons. Those hips had expanded into cock-hardening awesomeness. If she decided to model for me naked, I would go hard and be drooling all over her.
As I'm reviewing and editing Book 2 (I did mention that it's in the editing phase, didn't I? Oh...silly me ::wink::), I'm wondering if the A&A Series is too dark based on what I've published in the past. If I'm being honest, I love it and I actually want to get a little bit darker. I would... Continue Reading →
Allow me to introduce Emery C.F. Bryant, a romance novelist signed to ZachEvans Publishing with Jessica Watkins Presents. Click on her name to say hi and add her as a friend. Her I/R debut novel, Raiyne, is coming very soon. Synopsis: “...To love is to be vulnerable.” – C.S. Lewis Raiyne Kerns gets what she... Continue Reading →