I’m no stranger to race, much less racial issues in interracial romance stories. I even wrote a post about why I have no hang-ups about writing about interracial love. But how much is too much regarding race and romance in ebooks? And what are some overdone turkeys that need to go the way of the Dodo? As a member of a few groups that discuss interracial romance with readers, I’m learning a lot from some […]Read more
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Why I Have No Problem Writing Interracial Romance Stories
I’m an author who writes stories. When I started on this path, I thought, (and still do think) how screwed up can people be in this situation, or that one. In that vein, I wound up writing interracial romance unions. I’ll never classify myself as an interracial romance author because I tend to write a variety of stories, some not romantic. But I have been shocked to realize that there aren’t that many interracial romance […]Read more
Devereaux Cox is HERE!
I don’t mean to say “I told you so…” but I did 🙂 Book 2 in Sacked & Tackled is finally out! I thank Sable Hunter for taking the time to read it give me a little blurb. It really is an EMOTIONAL ride that I hope readers will enjoy so her review totally tickled me. Also, #DevCox is the FIRST of my books that will also be available on B&N, Kobo and iBooks. I […]Read more
Devereaux Cox is coming soon…no really!
It’s been an intense birthday month for me and by intense I mean a lot has happened; mostly good and some not. But the one thing I am looking forward to is the release of the next installment of Sacked and Tackled. I’ve gotten some initial feedback about it that confirmsRead more
Sacked & Tackled 2 is with the publisher…now what?
Last year, I was fortunate enough to have some downtime by being offline. Now, the first time that happened in May 2014, I wasn’t happy about it at all. Facebook is my means of communicating with my friends, fans, publisher…a lot of people. For me to go dark like that, I was just…I didn’t know if I could handle it. But I had to because my ISP was being “difficult” and I needed to find […]Read more