Award-winning author Sherelle Green is back with the latest book in her To Marry a Madden series.
LaDonna Michele McCann is sharing a few life lessons in her latest book, Hello…It’s Me.
Maybe the realization that my daughter will be 16 this year has me a little nostalgic, but recently I started thinking about how much of a blessing the city I once despised has been to me since I returned in 2006.
Valentine’s Day is today, and if there’s one thing I love, it’s African-American authors. This year is the perfect chance for you to fall in love with some old favorites and to find a few new Christian, mainstream and romance authors. Here are a few I love. Please note, this article contains affiliate links.
I’m excited to have Khristi Lauren Adams visiting today to share an excerpt from her book, Parable of the Brown Girl.
Not only is the February 2020 Momma of the Month Efé G. Dangerfield an amazing fitness instructor at the Hoover YMCA, but she recently retired as a special agent with the Alabama Department of Revenue and is entering a new phase of life.
If you’ve been waiting for a new release from New York Times bestselling author Kimberla Lawson Roby, then surprise, the wait is over. Not only did Roby surprise her legions of fans with a new release last week, but it’s also her first nonfiction project. I recently spoke with her about The Woman God Created […]
What the world needs now is love. That refrain from a song from my childhood seems to be resonating in my spirit a lot these days. Between that thought and the fact that Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, I thought I would share a few scriptures about love.
Writing duo Jae Henderson and Mario D. King are visiting today to share an excerpt from their latest release from Here to There. Enjoy!
It feels as though every time I log into one of my social media accounts lately, someone is posting about the loss of a loved one. Unfortunately, I know this pain on a very personal level. By the time I was 25, both my parents had passed away, and just last year, I lost […]