Author feature – A.W. Exley

I got a little bit overexcited last week because I found a new author that I really love. The magic doesn’t happen that often for me, so it was great to find myself absorbed in a new series of books, and equally great to discover that the author herself is a lovely lady who was…

Author Interview – MJ Kane

We’re absolutely delighted to be welcoming MJ Kane to the blog today. MJ is an author and also on the staff at the Romance Novels in Color website, which we were introduced to by Delaney Diamond earlier in the month. M.J. Kane stumbled into writing. An avid reader, this once stay-at-home mom never lost the…

Interview with Olivia Linden

Today we have author Olivia Linden talking to us about Diversity in books! Olivia is a native New Yorker and has known since she was seven that she wanted to be a writer. Although she describes herself as a newbie to the book industry, Olivia is finding success with her blend of humour and big,…

Interview with Sheena Binkley

Today we’re delighted to welcome author Sheena Binkley to the blog! Sheena is an author and a freelance writer, penning articles on various topics including education and entertainment. In November of 2014, she signed her first publishing deal with Write House Publishing under “Tiece Presents.” Her first series, Something Just Ain’t Right, was released in…

Interview with Leslye Penelope

We are joined for Diverse Books Month by author Leslye Penelope. Leslye believes that love is magic and likes her romance with a healthy dose of imagination. She writes new adult, fantasy and paranormal romance with multicultural characters. She lives in Maryland with her husband, one eighty-pound lap dog, and an attack cat. 1. What…

Interview with Delaney Diamond

We’re delighted to welcome Delaney Diamond to the blog today. An author herself, she’s also one of the founding members of Romance Novels in Color Blog. She took the time to answer some questions for us! 1. What does the term “Diverse Books” mean to you? Thanks for having me Rivka and putting together Diverse…