#ReleaseTour “Flesh Fiction: A Compendium of Flash Fiction”

 Release Date: October 5

Authors Mara White and Suanne Laqueur challenged a diverse and eclectic group, from international best-sellers to debut authors, to titillate on their own terms, but in 3,000 words or less. The result is a sizzling collection of flash fiction stories, dedicated to both the writers and readers who struggled with creativity in the last year.
It comes as no surprise that readers everywhere are eager to have their senses teased by erotic fiction, as imagined by people whose experiences, identities and persuasions may—or may not—mirror their own. Such stories arouse, satisfy and offer intimate glimpses into different relationships and provocative couplings. The twist of Flesh Fiction is to do it in under three pages.
Whether you’re reading on the run, or settled in for hours, Flesh Fiction has plenty of time. Anything goes in this eclectic, inclusive compendium, and it’s the wish of White and Laqueur that the small love bites will bring joy, whet appetites and inspire new visions.

 

Authors include: 

Hilaria Alexander | Danielle Allen | Jon Andrew | Arden Aoide | Willow Aster | N Isabelle Blanco | S Ann Cole | Stevie J Cole | Auden Dar | Abigail Davies | Cole Denton | Leslie DJ | Ella Dominguez | Robert Dominguez | Jessie Ewing | Cece Ferrell | Dee Garcia | Kim Golden | Michael A. Gonzales | JR Gray | Autumn Grey | Sam Haine | Jane Harvey-Berrick | Lexa Isles | AM Johnson | Nina G Jones | Garlia Cornelia Jones | Seth King | Laquette | Suanne Laqueur | K Larsen | Emery Leeann | Eva Lenoir | Isabel Love | M Mabie | Marni Mann | Laura Martinez | A Martinez | Tabitha McGowan | Yolanda Olson | Danielle Pearl | Jason Powell | Cynthia A Rodriguez | JR Rogue | Stephanie Rose | Satin Russell | Kat Savage | Rebecca Shea | Jenika Snow | Cecilia Tan | Mara White | TT Wild

 

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#PromoTour ‘n’ #BookReview “Soul Deep: Perspectives on Race, Relationships, Social Justice, and Hope” by Various Authors

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Soul Deep— Perspectives on Race, Relationships, Social Justice, and Hope – offers a soul-baring excavation into the lives of eight African American women. Born, raised, and educated in the United States, the authors currently live in eight states and three countries. Despite differences in personality, lifestyle, skin color, hair texture, regional vernacular, and geographic location, they share a significant and life changing common bond—Their ethnicity.

At one or more points in each woman’s life, she found herself in toxic environments teeming with an undeniable message. This language was spoken in a manner they will never forget— The language of hate.

Authors involved:

S.M. Troye

Raven Banks

Angela Kay Austin

Kim Golden

Delizhia Jenkins

N.D. Jones

Lee Mariano

Tracey Wooden-Carlisle

These women—mothers, daughters, sisters, wives, musicians, artists, professors, educators, and entrepreneurs share a collective, intense desire to make a difference with their truth. Personal experiences that only they can share. Experiences that are often painful, vile, confusing, hurtful, and deeply rooted not only in the fabric of who they are, but in the ongoing, systematic practices of our society and repercussions of our past – the perpetuation of exploitation, greed, denial, and a criminal sense of misguided entitlement.

In this compilation of short essays and memoirs, these writers, including USA Today bestselling and award-winning authors, re-examine their hearts and minds under the microscope of racism. If you have ever felt marginalized or oppressed, their voices will enlighten and resonate with you.

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Review

5/5 Stars!

The further I read Soul Deep: Perspectives on Race, Relationships, Social Justice, and Hope, the more I found myself nodding in agreement, and at similar experiences. I was also angry at how my parents and grandparents were filled with joy, a sense of accomplishment, and dreams of a better future after having beaten Jim Crow laws and seeing the Civil Rights Act signed and seeing what we’ve regressed to in 2021.

From Academia to the workplace to relationships to even inside the family home, these memoirs speak not just to the struggle of Black America to exist and thrive, but to the sometimes solitary existence of the Black woman, who often only has other Black women to support her… until she doesn’t.

While thought-provoking and insightful, this is not a long or difficult read, and I not only recommend it, I also challenge others to read it. Take a short walk in someone else’s shoes. It will be a walk you never forget.

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#NewRelease “Near Enough to Hold: a novel of love lost and found” by Kim Golden

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It happened one night.

Nick doesn’t want to be anyone’s hero. He thinks he’s fine on his own with his dog, Rufus, trying to exorcise the ghosts from his past. But he can’t leave a woman stranded at a train station in the middle of nowhere on a rainy night.

She thought this was her second chance at love.

Former ballerina Keisha thought she was coming to Richmond for a second shot at love. But when the man she thought she loved leaves her stranded at a remote train station, she accepts an unexpected act of kindness from a stranger.

It was never supposed to be more than a ride into town.

But that single act of kindness leads to something more – friendship, a second chance for both of them…and maybe even love.

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#PreOrder “Near Enough to Hold: a novel of love lost and found” by Kim Golden

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It happened one night.

Nick doesn’t want to be anyone’s hero. He thinks he’s fine on his own with his dog, Rufus, trying to exorcise the ghosts from his past. But he can’t leave a woman stranded at a train station in the middle of nowhere on a rainy night.

She thought this was her second chance at love.

Former ballerina Keisha thought she was coming to Richmond for a second shot at love. But when the man she thought she loved leaves her stranded at a remote train station, she accepts an unexpected act of kindness from a stranger.

It was never supposed to be more than a ride into town.

But that single act of kindness leads to something more – friendship, a second chance for both of them…and maybe even love.

Releases April 16, 2021

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“Snowbound” by Kim Golden

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Snowbound

by Kim Golden

Genre: Romance/Multicultural/Holidays

99¢ at time of posting!

Meet Mia Wilkinson.
Mia Wilkinson doesn’t feel very thankful right now, despite it being Thanksgiving. She’s just found out her married boyfriend has no intention of leaving his wife. She heads north to her deceased grandmother’s house in a small town in Vermont. But her plans for a solitary Christmas don’t go as planned—especially when a gorgeous South African photographer shows up on her doorstep.

And then there’s Jake Groenewald…
Jake’s come to Hunters Grove to get over losing his best friend and colleague to the atrocities of war. The last thing he expects is to have his life turned upside down by Mia and her Rules of Cohabitation. And falling in love is definitely not on his agenda.

Will a little snow help them along the way?

 

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“Near Enough to Hold: a serial love story – part one” by Kim Golden


“Near Enough to Hold: a serial love story – part one”

Genre: Short Story/Romance/Multicultural

Release Date: August 1, 2017

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Nick thought there was nothing left to live for. Not after he lost his family.

Keisha was certain coming to Richmond meant a second chance to get things right.

Neither of them counted on a rainy night in Richmond to change their lives forever.

Installment 2 is available for 99¢ or FREE through Kindle Unlimited.