I am a multicultural/interracial romance writer. I also freelance and have a platform focused on current events and their impact on the African American community as well as African American women specifically.
My first published book, Mismatched, set in a New Jersey suburb and New York's Wall Street, is about a successful African American finance advisor, Tessa Dennison, who after a series of busted blind dates, finally takes love to task by enlisting the help of the Internet and her best friend and secret admirer Justin Martin.
Justin has been in love with Tessa since they met in the 1st grade, but their differing ethnic backgrounds and strong friendship has prevented him from pursuing her. Well, it's now or never when Tessa convinces him to screen her Internet dates for a love match.
Will Justin finally find the courage to claim the woman he has always desired?
Or is Justin too firmly planted in the 'friend zone' to to be listed in Tessa's dating portfolio?
With dates designed to make Tessa squirm, a meddling self-righteous mother, a lesbian sister, and a professional secret Justin in desperate to keep, it's a game of love like no other.
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Check out Sable Lit Reviews.com for Multicultural Book Reviews!
Despite the growing popularity of ebooks and multicultural fiction, there are still only a had full of review sites available.
Introducing Sable Lit Reviews -The Destination for All Things Multicultural.
Not just a book review site, stop by to read the articles that explore current events from a multicultural perspective, but don't just read about it--comment on it!
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September 1st, marked the beginning of our multicultural fiction reviews. First up? Greg Cochran's Saving Grace published by Amira Press.
Read the review here: http://www.sablelitreviews.com/saving-grace/
Reviews are open to all genres that possess a multicultural theme and/or a cast of multicultural characters. The book, whether in print or electronic format, can be a current release or past release. Yes, nonfiction, LGBT, Erotic and Inspirational themes will have a home here as well. Sable Lit Reviews wants to put a flood light on all multicultural books no matter the persuasion.
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Coming up? A week with Award-winning Kimani Press author of over 50 titles, Donna Hill. Visiting Sable Lit Reviews during her virtual book tour, Donna will take the reigns from Sept. 8 through Sept. 14. Stop by and check out her answers to some very interesting review questions and read some excerpts. Please stop by and say hello or ask her your burning publishing question.
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