Posts by: DLWhite


WOOP! ‘Beach Thing’ is now available on Audible!

Posted 13 July, 2018 by DLWhite in Announcements, Writers Write 0 Comments

Published by ACX, Amazon Digital Services Genres: African American Romance
Format: AudioBook
Source: Amazon, Audible, Barnes & Noble, ibooks, Kindle, Kobo

Happy Friday, Readers & Friends! I got the best Friday news EVER this morning!

My ode to summer, my #beachyblackromance, my cutesy story about two souls that fall in love on an island, BEACH THING is now available in audio! I hope you’ll snatch up this title and take it with you on your next vacation! 

It’s only $10 ( or 1 credit) to purchase 4 hours of bliss-filled love story! Grab BEACH THING or my other Audible titles, BRUNCH AT RUBY’S and DINNER AT SAM’S HERE and put it in your… ears!

Not an audiobook fan? Grab BEACH THING in ebook for only $2.99 or paperback for $5.50. 

 



#WIPWednesday: If You’re Gonna Give Him The Cat – Leslie’s Curl & Dye

#WIPWednesday: If You’re Gonna Give Him The Cat – Leslie’s Curl & Dye

Today is #WIPWednesday but, gloriously, I do not have a WIP. Yesterday I decided that aside from a fun story for the fanfiction archive, I am done writing for publication for the year. I am tired, my brain is tired, I would have loved to publish four books this year, but my miiiiiiiiinds tellin’ me nooooooo.

Aannyway, I wanted to share a snippet from Curl & Dye with ya’ll. If you haven’t read it and need some convincing, look no further than Reading Romance In Color’s review of Curl & Dye. She enjoyed the small town but still black centered dynamic and the grown & sexy aspect of KC and Leslie’s relationship. Speakin’ of grown & sexy…



Review: Cherish Me (The Holmes Brothers Book 7) by Farrah Rochon – 5 star read!

Review: Cherish Me (The Holmes Brothers Book 7) by Farrah Rochon – 5 star read!

Sometimes I feel extremely fortunate to know some super talented, entertaining writers. Farrah Rochon is among them, and one of the best I have ever read. I thought the Bayou Dreams series was good… and then came Maplesville. And then she restarted the Holmes Brothers (which was her first book) series. Cherish Me is Book 7 in this series and every gotdang one of them is so good.




I’m a Lady and I write books. My epi of @LadyBookspod Podcast is up!

I’m a Lady and I write books. My epi of @LadyBookspod Podcast is up!

I recorded this episode with Tasha and Katie (BadStarMedia) a few weeks ago and have been waiting on pins & needles for it to be up! It was a fun conversation about all things writing, soup to nuts… how I got started, what keeps me going, being a control freak and doing everything myself, plus the experience of recording audiobooks. It’s a ton of fun and these are two of my very favorite people, so I hope you’ll give us a listen!




Featured: Brunch at Ruby’s Audiobook

Featured: Brunch at Ruby’s Audiobook

Because I have been a lazy such and so and have been knock down drag out busy with dayjob, I don’t believe that I have announced on this site that my debut novel, Brunch at Ruby’s is now available in audio! YEPPER, now you can spend time with Debra, Maxine and Renee on the GO! The book is available via Audible, iTunes and amazon.com, so if you just LOVE audiobooks, or it’s been FOREVER since you read Ruby’s or you just wanna support a sistah with one of your creddiks, give it a listen! 




‘Wrong Answer’ – The story that started it all is headed to the big screen

‘Wrong Answer’ – The story that started it all is headed to the big screen

The ripple from this scandal reached far and wide, including my writer’s brain. I started to think about this from the perspective of an involved teacher… no, someone with a bit more power.
Like a Principal. What if she made a preventable, regrettable mistake?
What if she paid for that mistake with her marriage, her family, her friends, even her life?



*ARC Review * An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

*ARC Review * An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

I think one of my favorite parts of the book is the letters. They let the story play out, in the words of Roy and Celeste, even though they couldn’t be in the same room. Ms. Jones recently shared a piece about how technology can affect and script communication between characters; sometimes a novel has to be set in a time and a place that makes communication difficult. At one point in the book, there’s no way for one character to contact the other, leading one to walk right into a trap, per se… the tension that that situation built was palpable and effective.