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 a lot of giveaways going on right now from great Black authors. All winners will be announced on 2/29/2012.
Alice Walker’s “The Chicken Chronicles” (Ends 2/16)
John Garrett’s “How to Deal Wit Stupid Clowns” comic e-book (Ends 2/17)
Shelia Goss’s e-book “The Bad Twin” (Ends 2/18)
Anna Black’s “Who Do I Run To?” (Ends 2/19)
Terri D’s “Yesterday Lies” (Ends 2/20)
Beverly Jenkins’s Book (2 winners) (Ends 2/21)
Delaney Diamond’s “The Temptation of a Good Man” (Ends 2/22)
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.
Welcome Monda Webb
Currently Monda combines producing, writing, performing and publishing under her consulting company, Monda Media, LLC where she pursues her passion for the written word, spoken word, social media, television, and film under one umbrella. The publishing arm of Monda Media has published four books and manages author brand, public relations, and marketing/sales of product and ancillary items. Future projects include a book of short stories; Red Clay Dirt and Mountains (May 2011) two speculative fiction novels entitled BoneHeart (2013) and The Pretenders (2014). She performs her poetry nationwide at select venues, including The Congressional Black Caucus, The Harlem Book Fair and The National Book Club Conference and Women’s Events.Monda‘s latest project involves working as a writer/producer for 7:33 am the Movie, an independent full-length feature film adapted from her novel by director Aimee Dixon – Join the FB Fan Page and journey with Monda behind the scenes as she transitions from novelist to indie film maker.