Black Girl Love: Indie Romance Writers Panel (Online)
We are so excited to chat with Independently published romance authors Alexandria House, Katrina Jackson, and Ines Johnson! As an all Black panel, we’ll be talking about their journey to being self-published, the romance community, their books, and the rise of indie publishing in the last few years. And, just in time for V-Day – it’s perfect! We hope you can join us.
Please register here for the Zoom link: https://thomascranelibrary.assabetinteractive.com/calendar/black-girl-love-indie-romance-writers-panel-online/
Alexandria House is a former RN turned full-time independent author who pens steamy, relatable stories about black love. Since 2016, she has penned and released 29 works including six series, two novelettes, several shorts stories, story compilations, and one poetry collection
Katrina Jackson has a PhD in African American and African Diaspora history. She’s a professor by day who writes erotica, erotic romance, women’s fiction, and historical fiction in her spare time. She writes racially diverse and often queer stories that show love and the world in all its beauty and colors.
Lover of fairytales, folklore, and mythology, Ines Johnson spends her days reimagining the stories of old in a modern world. She writes books where damsels cause the distress, princesses wield swords, and moms save the world. Ines writes books for strong women who suck at love. If you rocked out to the twisted triangle of Jem, Jericha, and Rio as a girl; if you were slayed by vampires with souls alongside Buffy; if you need your scandalous fix from Olivia Pope each week, then you’ll love her books!