Happy Friday, good people! Just a short note to let ya’ll know there is an update to my newsletter today! If you didn’t get the newsletter in your mailbox this morning, you can pick it up on the archive in the link above. Discussed today: TREMENDOUS ebook and paperback sale Release date for Leslie’s Curl & Dye (including the book cover) Call for Early Readers and Reviewers My newsletter subscriber list is growing… I’d love for you to be a part of the gang! Dougie on that subscribe button at tinyletter.com/dlwhite and lemme get all up in your box! If you’re interested in sneak peaks and in-progress book chat with […]
Monthly Archives: July 2017
Bill’s plan does not go unfulfilled. Being away from DC gives Janelle the perspective she needs and had not considered. Her mind begins to turn– about the “safe” direction that her life was taking and whether that path was as safe as she considered it; and about whether a woman could fall for a man completely different than she’d ever known.
The writing is excellent, happy to see this story continue, this was still a GREAT read… but I expected, wanted more action from Jordan. Maybe the scene is being set for the next book? Perhaps.
I wanted to share a snip of something I’ve written this weekend, so grab a cuppa joe and settle in for a Sample Sunday!
This project is titled Leslie’s Curl & Dye. It is contemporary black romance, set in a small southern town. Tropes are Second Chance Romance, Enemies to Lovers, Small Town Romance.
Dueling salon owners with a history that hails back to their college days must overcome a long held animosity and work together to save the small town of Potter Lake, Georgia from a corrupt city government.
I’m writing book number seven, technically, and I feel like I’ve finally reached the point where I want a place to connect with readers to chat about books (mine and errbody else’s), art, music and things that you enjoy. I’m looking to real laid back and hoping for some fun participation.
One of the things I love and admire about this Indie Biz is how we support and push each other. We all win when we’re all out front, our voices being heard and our art being consumed. I stumbled on Eliza David just a few short months ago and she is a (petty, vicious, delicious)TREAT! Eliza was kind enough to feature me on her blog today! I recently read her ah-mayyy-ziiinnngg novel The Follow (ya’ll know I’m a stone cold sucka for a rock romance) and I gave it high praise. So happy to have ‘met’ Eliza… thank you for giving me a little corner of your world today! Click […]
So, if you didn’t make it to Indie Love (or you made it but didn’t get to my table), I have a few books leftover that I’d love to get rid of! I would even be willing to place an order for additional books if readers are interested. Check out this post for details on how to order signed books.
The topic of running ads and trying to get exposure for us/our books is a growing yet confusing topic. I’ve got a couple of books sitting in my kindle, a couple of podcasts on it, a couple of facebook groups GOING IN on ad revenue and ROI and buy through and….what?
So I asked my friend if she could break it on down for us and she was most delighted to do so! A few of my author pals had some specific questions to ask. If YOU have questions, pay attention to the contact info at the bottom of this post and shout us out a holla! This could possibly turn into post 1 of a few or a live chat if needed… let me know what sounds good!
Today is your white page day! How will you fill this page? Make it more colorful, more unique, more YOU?
Grab yourself a mug of something hot and delicious and enjoy today’s sample. The title of this book is Leslie’s Curl & Dye, about two former college sweethearts who are reunited when one moves back to a small town and opens a salon in direct competition with the other. Kade Cavanaugh might be putting Leslie’s Curl & Dye out of business, but he’s hoping to win her heart back.