{2016 New Releases} Week 22: May 23-29

Fiction Vengeance by:Zane Mega bestselling author Zane returns to the world of her hugely popular novels Addicted and Nervous in this dark and exhilarating follow-up featuring a beautiful but emotionally damaged pop star desperate and determined to enact revenge on those who have caused her to hide behind her fame. After fleeing from Atlanta years…

{2016 New Releases} Week 20: May 9-15

Fiction Romancing the Fashionista (The Flirty Fashionistas) by:K.M. Jackson When fate offers a second chance, only a fool waits for the other shoe to drop. The Flirty Fashionistas, Book 1 Manhattan fashion maven and magazine editor Melinda Mitchell shuns the social media spotlight. That is, until a tipsy girl’s night out ends with her first…

{2016 New Releases} Week 9: Feb 22-28

Fiction The Pastor’s Husband by:Tiffany L. Warren Felicia Caldwell has a great job, a healthy bank account, and stunning good looks. But she longs for a husband and family to go along with it. So when charismatic superstar pastor Nya Hempstead declares that partnership is on its way, Felicia is elated—until her life becomes filled…

{2016 New Releases} Week 4: Jan 18-24

Non-Fiction The Power of Broke by:Daymond John Daymond John has been practicing the power of broke ever since he started selling his home-sewn t-shirts on the streets of Queens. With no funding and a $40 budget, Daymond had to come up with out-of-the box ways to promote his products. Luckily, desperation breeds innovation, and so…

{2016 New Releases} Week 2: Jan 4-10

Fiction Best Friends Forever by:Kimberla Lawson Roby Things are falling apart in the Richardson household. Angry arguments between Celine and her husband, Keith, have become routine. She resents that he’s working long hours and staying out all night, and he accuses her of not giving him the attention he deserves. Their marriage is at a…

{2015 New Releases} Week 42: Oct 12-18

Fiction Grant Park by:Leonard Pitts, Jr. Grant Park is a page-turning and provocative look at black and white relations in contemporary America, blending the absurd and the poignant in a powerfully well-crafted narrative that showcases Pitts’s gift for telling emotionally wrenching stories. Grant Park begins in 1968, with Martin Luther King’s final days in Memphis….

Cover Unveiled for New N’Tyse Novel

The cover has been unveiled for N’Tyse’s forthcoming novel, Cougar Cocktales . We’ve embedded the full image for the jacket design above—what do you think? The story is comprise of five of the brightest imaginations in black literature today—Michelle Cuttino, Shakir Rashaan, Anna Black, Jada Pearl, and N’Tyse—come together to weave an unforgettable exploration of…

{Exclusive Excerpt} Seize The Day by: Curtis Bunn

The Power of Prayer When the time came to get some spiritual, Godly advice, I called on the Reverend Davis Henson. He was the pastor of a mid-sized church called New Covenant Baptist in Southeast, D.C. I refused to try the leader of one of those mega-churches with five layers of people to go through…