Tuesday, April 23, 2019
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Monday, March 25, 2019
Going Through "Power" Withdrawals? 10 Urban Fiction Novels To Feed Your Need Until The Show's Return
"They say this is a big rich town," will have any Power fan ready to go.
I know people shy away from Urban Fiction—but pull your nose down, sis. There are good titles out there—and here are a few I think you should try:
1. Dutch by Teri Woods (Series)
I don't think Teri Woods gets enough credit for being a pioneer in Urban Fiction.
2. Deadly Reigns by Teri Woods (Series)
.Dirty Red by Vickie M. Stringer (Series)
.Bitch by Deja King (Series)
5. Hood Rat by
6. The Naked Truth by
Chunichi Knott (Standalone)
.Candy Licker by Noire (Standalone)
.Wifey by Kiki Swinson (Series)
9. Triangle of Sins by Nurit Folkes (Series)
10. Alibi by Teri Woods (Series)
Friday, March 22, 2019
Romance Novels Written by African American Authors I've Read That I Would Have Voted For if #RITASSOWHITE Didn't Exist and The Playing Field Was Level
There are a few things I can honestly say I'm passionate about. Books and black voices are two of those things, I am passionate about.
I knew nothing about the RITAS. I'm still in the dark about some specific details. However, I couldn't help but notice the list being specifically and almost wholly "white." This doesn't surprise me. I've been watching authors of color take a back seat in literature for quite some time now. The shock more so comes from the ignorant comments being made that belittle and demean works by authors of color as if they are not worthy for a nomination, let alone to win. That's disgusting and people need to and can
than that. do better
Without getting myself all worked up, here are a bunch of romance novels written by authors of color (mostly black) that I've read that I would have definitely nominated and voted for.
Does not include thugs, drug deals, the mob, or ebonics. *Please read this in the most sarcastic voice you can muster*
These novels are in no particular order but
were released last year.
Friday, March 15, 2019
To highlight the "invisible," every Friday I will share links to some of my favorite posts by black book bloggers and
Tanya discusses her love of fairies and the books that feature them!
Bee Reviews The Perfect Date by Evelyn Lozada!
Weather reviews The Proposal by Jasmine Guillory!
The Island Reader Reviews Just Say the Word by Tiffany Patterson
The Bookie3 shares a Giveaway and Release Day Goodies!
Comfy Cozy Up's Latest Book Review + Catching Up
Tori Reviews The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides
Romance Novels Written by African American Authors I've Read That I Would Have Voted For if #RITASSOWHITE Didn't Exist and The Playing Field Was LevelThere are a few things I can honestly say I'm passionate about. Books and black voices are two of those things, I am passionate abo...
The Great American Read List is cute but if I had my choice--these are the books I would have put on it. All of these writers are Africa...