Have you read Where did We Go Wrong Again? by Monica Mathis-Stowe but never got a chance to leave a review? If so now is the time! Leave a review on Amazon then friend me, Brandie Davis on Facebook and message me when your review is written. Two lucky people will win the kindle books Eyes of the Pryze by Felisha Bradshaw and Why Me? By Aleta Williams. Hurry contest ends Friday March 29th.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Saturday, March 23, 2013
This is the contest where you can choose what you want to do in order to try and win a book! I am giving readers 3 options as to how they will compete for a paperback version of my next release Renee 2: The Protégé. After you have picked how you will compete please message me on Facebook and inform me of what option you have choose and let me know when you have completed the task. If I am not contacted on Facebook I will not be aware of who entered and you will not be considered a contestant. 2 winners will be randomly selected. The contest will end March 31, 2013.
Option #1: There are many books that it is hard for a reader to decide what they will read next. So if you own Renee: All Hail the Queen and have not gotten around to read it all you will have to do is read it this week and post a review by March 31, 2013.
Option #2: Have 3 people who are on Goodreads friend me and add Renee: All Hail the Queen to their “To Reads,” list.
Option #3: If you have read Renee and have not left a review, leave a review by 3/26/2013.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Kai is the author of Daughter of the Game, Daughter of the Game II:The Secret Keeper, The Loudest Silence and The Loudest Silence, New Edition. She is president of Guaranteed Paper Publishing, Inc., and author of Peaceful Resolution, a poetry compilation and coauthor of Solo Shivers by Wilson, an erotic short story. Coming in 2013, Kai will be releasing daughter of the Game II:Burning waters, The Click and That Good Grind. Also, stay tuned for Kai’s short story in the upcoming anthology Gutta Mami’s by N’Tyse.
Friday, March 1, 2013
Camille Sanders is a native of Coldwater, MS. She attended Tougaloo College after high school for two years, and went on to attain her Bachelors Degree from the University of Memphis in 2012. Camille discovered her love for writing in the 4th grade, when she and a group of classmates compiled a series of short stories that they dreamed would one day be made into a movie.
Camille became engrossed in Urban Literature when she was 13 after reading, ‘The Coldest Winter Ever’ by Sister Souljah. After carefully researching the publishing industry, she was inspired to start her own publishing company, Madam Millie Productions. The ‘Millie’ in the name of her company is in memory of her maternal grandmother Millie, a woman whom she never had the honor or pleasure of knowing. Camille currently resides in Northern Mississippi with her daughter, Addison and often times, her darling niece Madeline Grace.