Last Call – America: Last Call Before Darkness Falls, Warns of a Totalitarian American Dictatorship

Debra Tash’s Book, Last Call – America: Last Call Before Darkness Falls is Relevant in Today’s Political Climate Author Debra Tash warns of certain ruin should the United States fall under a totalitarian dictatorship in her recent dystopian novel, Last Call – America: Last Call Before Darkness Falls.   In Last Call, Tash forecasts America’s … Read more

Russian author, Konni Granma, makes an impact in the U.S.

Konni Granma’s debut novel The Lonely Hearts Bar lands in Los Angeles at LA Times Festival of Books. The passionate and inspired novel will be featured in the Black Chateau Enterprises/Books That Make You booth. Attendees are invited to stop by booth #956, in the Black Zone, on April 13th and 14th at the USC … Read more

We’ll see you at the LA Festival of Books!

Catch us at the Biggest Book Fest of the Year Are you going to the LA Festival of Books? It’s the largest book fest in America with authors from all over the world. You do not want to miss this festival – mark your calendar for April 13th – 14th at the University of Southern … Read more

The newest romance novel for history lovers

We got a sneak peek at the soon-to-be-released novel, A Promise in Autumn by Barbara Morriss. If you’re a fan of the romance and history genres (Downton Abby anyone!?) you’ll love this novel. Escape to another time and fall in love. Read on to get the inside scoop. What inspired you to write A Promise … Read more

It’s Okay to Stop Reading a Book You’re Not Enjoying

There is no rule saying you MUST finish a book you’ve started If you’re like me, once you start reading a book you have a sense of obligation to finish. Almost as if not finishing is against some bookish rule. I’m here to tell you, it’s OK to stop reading. Never feel like you have … Read more

Coming Soon! Unique in America

Releasing in April – Pre-order your copy now! Unique In America by Yanique Beliard-Michel Raised by her divorced, self-sufficient mother, Yanique is seen as a privileged kid by her townsfolk of Cap-Haitian, Haiti. At home, she endures the wrath of her mother, who sees her daughter as the obstacle to her new life with her … Read more

Lucky Spring Books

Spring is the time to feel lucky. There is St. Paddy’s day, blooming four-leaf clovers, lucky spring rainbows and of course, books. Take a look at our lucky spring books. These books share how luck comes in all shapes and forms. Some characters are born lucky, while others have to make their own luck. Some … Read more