Why Do We Need a Separate Category for Women’s Fiction, but Not Men’s Fiction? I’m always fascinated by the responses of my male friends when they read my books. Yes, I write romance, which is typically considered a sub-genre of
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Also, @NinaCrespo21 and @ThereseBeharrie have books put this week with Harlequin. You should one-click them and give yourself a break RIGHT NOW from This bird app. Drink some water, while you’re at it. Even if you’re adding it to vodka.
And authors that I love and can full-throated you recommend who write Black and/or Interracial romance: @LaQuetteWrites, @Naima_Simone @ReeseRyanWrites @NanaMalone @ladrianaherrera @authorMsBev @piperhuguley @DrenzPen and many many more that I am missing.
Three books by authors I adore and that I have read recently and LOVED are REAL MEN KNIT by @KwanaWrites and THE BOYFRIEND PROJECT any @FarrahRochon and (obvi) QUEEN MOVE by @kennedyrwrites
YES! About damn time.
Alabama cities just stealthing these monuments into oblivion overnight like Reverse Confederate Santa Clause is quite a thing.