Black History Month: Black Love #1

Welcome to the first annual Black History Month Hop hosted by Reflections of a Bookaholic and Mocha Girls Read a month long blogging event which focuses on giving black authors, books, and those who support them a month in the spotlight.

For the third week of the hop we have a few things planned for you. What’s a hop you ask?  At the bottom of each post you will find a list of other sites participating in the hop.  This way you can easily hop from one blog to another.

Weekly Topics for the Black History Month Hop
1st – 7th Black History Month Giveaway Hop
2nd – 4th Around Town
    5th – 11th The Business of Black Books
   12th – 18th  Black Love
    19th – 25th  Black Books
26th – 29th  The Best of…

We have three giveaways going on right now from some great Black authors.  You can win a copy of Alice Walker’s “The Chicken Chronicles” by entering before 2/16.  Enter to win an e-copy of John Garrett’s “How to Deal Wit Stupid Clowns” comic book until 2/17/2012.  And don’t forget to enter Shelia Goss’s e-book “The Bad Twin” before 2/18/2012.   All winners will be announced on 2/29/2012.

This is the week of LOVE♥!  Black Love! (and all the craziness that encircles it)  This week we will be featuring black romance novels and the authors that write them.

Who Do I Run To? By Anna Black

Janiece Hawkins never thought she’d find herself facing a love triangle. More than that; a love triangle with a married man. KP, the man of her dreams swept her completely off her feet before telling her he was married with two kids. Too deep in love to let go, she became accustom to being KP’s other woman and didn’t have a problem with her role as KP’s mistress until she met Isaiah. Isaiah ready to commit and make Janiece his, he stops at nothing to win her over, even though Janiece is stuck on KP. Things spiral out of control when KP decides it’s time to leave Kimberly, his wife to be with Janiece. Drama kicks into high gear when Isaiah fights to have Janiece and Kimberly also fights to keep KP. The ultimate decision has to be made by Janiece. Who will she run to when she is ready to love?

About the Author

Talented and inspiring is the best way to describe this Chicago Native. Now You Wanna Come Back is her debut novel and it has earned Anna, her bestselling author title and has done its duty as a page turning introduction for Anna. She has showed herself to be ready for the literary world by winning the 2011 African American Literary Award for Best Anthology of the Year for her contribution to the erotic anthology Between the Sheets. Her second novel Luck of the Draw is holding its own; being one of Amazon’s best selling Kindle books for several months. Her love for writing began about ten years ago with poems and short stories and now she is ready to wow readers with her page turning plots, by giving readers stories that will make them laugh, maybe cry, but definitely reflect. This new authoress is here to make a mark in the literary world, so readers get ready. She recently released her third romance page turner Who Do I Run To and it has already received several five star reviews. She currently lives in Texas with her husband Chris and her daughter Tyra and it is her pleasure to share her written words with you.

Buy the book:  Amazon.com

Visit Anna’s Website www.annablack.net

www.annablackfans.com

www.delphinepublications.com

www.facebook.com/ABlackAuthoress

GIVEAWAY!!!

Enter to win a paperback copy of “Who Do I Run To?”  Giveaway is open to US residents only and ends on 2/19/12.  Winner will be announced on 2/29/2012.  Good Luck!!

Check out the other blogs and the books on “Black Love” they are talking about.  Bloggers add your link to the linky as well.  One lucky blogger will win a great prize for joining this week.


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  • This is my first time hearing of this author. I will have follow the links to find out more and check her out on goodreads. Thanks for bringing Mrs. Black to my attention.

  • I’m really looking forward to the posts this week. Thanks for introducing me to a new author.

  • This author is new to me. I look forward to reading her books. Thanks for sharing.

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