Don’t miss the premier of The Island Love Song, November 15, in Atlanta, Georgia at the Author Artist Collaboration. My newest book is a romantic work of erotic fiction about a couple of plutonic friends who finally give up the fight against their mutual attraction. As nature takes its course, this story gets hotter than the Fourth of July.
Join me as The Island Love Song debuts in Atlanta. I’m bringing some friends along; Atlanta’s own Jasmine Banks of JBS Artistry will be back with her amazing artwork. Author Brooklen Borne will be joining us as he reads from The Write Lover, his work of realistic urban romance. Great books, original art, live music, good food, raffles and door prizes. Admission to this event is FREE.
See you November 15th in Atlanta Georgia at the Author and Artist Collaboration. I’ll be reading excerpts from The UNNAMED, as well as previewing my second book: a romantic erotic short story titled, The Island Love Song. I’m bringing a few friends along. Atlanta’s own Jasmine Banks of JBS Artistry will be back with her amazing artwork. Author Brooklen Borne will be joining us as he reads from The Write Lover, his work of realistic urban romance. If you heard about our last event you know you’re in for a treat. This is an event you don’t want to miss. Admission is free to the public. Click here for more event details about Author & Artist Collaboration
LitQuake 2013 is pleased to present author Elva NelsonHayes on Sunday, 10/13 at Marcus Bookstore in San Francisco, as we congratulate her on her debut book, The UNNAMED.The story is captivating and riveting from beginning to end. The UNNAMED chronicles Opal’s life as she struggles to overcome identity issues stemming from being improperly named by her feuding teenage parents. You will laugh with and cry for Opal as the story takes you on an emotional ride. When you meet her she is a young girl from very humble beginnings, overwhelmed with the negative stigma assigned to children, such as her, who are born in the projects and born out of wedlock. Join her on her journey for self-acceptance and self-empowerment.