Articles from March 2012



Deva and The Urban Paranormal Book Blog

I really am no one. I don’t see myself as important since I’m not making any contributions to society, but here in cyberspace, I’ve found my niche and do contribute when I find something that peaks my interest. At my blog, The Urban Paranormal Book Blog, I review any book I’ve read that features an […]

Please Welcome Author Xakara in Hot Spot Tuesday with Mahalia Levey

Where do you draw inspiration from to write in the IR or MC niche? ~As a Woman of Color, in a long term IR, I felt that representation was missing from paranormal romance and urban fantasy and wanted my readers to know that heroines and heroes come in all hues. What do you find the […]

Excerpt Monday – Jackie’s Red Mustang by Marina Cross

Author: Marina Cross Title: Jackie’s Red Mustang Genre: Erotic Interracial romance   Excerpt: Jackie Chase’s sometimes reserved personality served her like a blessing and a bit of a curse.   Controlled and sometimes ruthless, she forever held herself in check. She conducted her life well-behaved, living life—and more recently, her love life—like a procurement business […]

Interracial and Multicultural Books Released March 17 to 24, 2012

Afterburn by Sonia Hightower (Mar 23, 2012) Help Me Come : Taboo With You Know Who #2 by Marie Shore (Mar 23, 2012) Seduction : Taboo With You Know Who #1 by Marie Shore (Mar 23, 2012) Dimitri and Love (The Romant Family) by Josephine Law (Mar 22, 2012) Tatted by Renee LaRuse (Mar 22, […]

Guest Blog Series (4) – AA/IR/MC Subgenre

AA/IR/MC: Are novels in this genre too marginalized?   I’m trying to understand the misconceptions and generalizations that authors and readers have about romance fiction in the AA/IR/MC category. We have our very own Mahalia Levey here with us answering some of the questions we had.    You’re a writer who features AA/IR/MC in your […]

Miss Scottie Blaine in the Tuesday HotSpot with Mahalia Levey

Please welcome Miss Scottie Blaine as she talks about her stories. Where do you draw inspiration from to write in the IR or MC niche? Although we come from different backgrounds, we are all the same race.  Human.  Love is without limit.   I write how I feel—connected to humanity in all its forms.  So far […]

Excerpt Monday – Far From The Usual by Avril Ashton

FAR FROM THE USUAL by Avril Ashton   BLURB He’s her ex’s brother, yet Arden Windham aches to be in Cam Mercer’s arms. The man is rude and obnoxious, his blue eyes cold and unfeeling, but he makes her body melt. Being with ex-con Cam is nowhere in her plans, not if she wants the affection she’s […]

Interracial and Multicultural Books Released March 11 to 17, 2012

Kissing the Captain by Kianna Alexander (Mar 16, 2012) Hello Hedonism by Desiree Day (Mar 15, 2012) Hot Like Fire REMIX by Jeanie Johnson and Jayha Leigh (Mar 15, 2012) Interracial Encounter by Maura Lucero (Mar 15, 2012) Brave World Chronicles by Lenise Lee (Mar 14, 2012) Do Not Disturb 2 (Interracial Erotica) by Violet […]

Guest Blog Series (3) – AA/IR/MC Subgenre

  AA/IR/MC: Are novels in this genre too marginalized?   IRMC Books is trying to understand the misconceptions and generalizations that authors and readers have about romance fiction in the AA/IR/MC category. We have Ambrielle Kirk in the guest blog series this week. You’re a writer who features AA/IR/MC in your books, so is it […]

Excerpt Monday – His Strength by Kiru Taye

Genre: Historical erotic romance Era: Ancient Africa Series: Men of Valor, book 2 Published: 10 February 2012   Blurb: When a warrior seeks to claim a free-spirited woman, he soon discovers a tigress unwilling to be caged.   As a young widow, Nneka yearns to be released from the obligations to her late husband’s family, and live as an […]