Blog Tour/Guest Post: No Ordinary Love by Kenya Wright

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Interracial Romance is a fine art.

The beauty is in the differences.

The hero is unique from the heroine.

Yet, their dissimilar backgrounds, races, and cultures, don’t break them.

 
The differences are the heat that sparks the fire.
 
These are one of the reasons why I write interracial romance.
 
Plus, when I read, I go on vacation.
 
When I escape, I want a world that I’ve never seen, filled with characters that can teach me things I’ve never knew. 
 
Presently, there aren’t enough diverse characters in the romance genre.
 
So I write what I want to read.
Other times,
the story simply calls for two characters from dissimilar ethnic groups.
 
 
 
In my novel, No Ordinary Love, I have a black heroine writing a book in Tokyo, Japan. 
 
Choosing a Japanese hero was an obvious decision, and was one of the best parts of writing that novel.
 
But in the end,
and seriously,
I’m embarrassed to say this as a writer.
 
Most romance writers pretend like this isn’t true. . .
that they aren’t secretly sleeping with their heroes every night. . .
 
 
I confess!
 
I’m having sex with all of my heroes.
 
I’m humping the world!
 
I’m going after all the hot men in every country,
and so. . .
I’ll be writing tons of interracial romance!

 

 

About the Book

No Ordinary Love (1)Debt-ridden author Nyomi must complete her book on Tokyo’s underground sex industry in order to revive her stalled career. But first, she needs to get permission from Kenji, head of the Japanese mafia who controls the red light district under his father’s watchful eyes. With one meeting, Kenji traps Nyomi in his gaze and locks her into a deal—spend time with him during her three-week stay, and she will earn the access she needs in order to make her book a best seller.

But Kenji’s plans for Nyomi not only include allowing her a look around, but also a first-hand taste of the kinds of things that go on behind closed doors. And if Nyomi isn’t careful, she just might find herself falling for Kenji, a man with many demons and a passion so dark, it could change everything you think you know about love.

No Ordinary Love is a dark erotic romance from bestselling erotica author Kenya Wright.

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Author PicAbout the Author

Writer. Lover. Foodie. Mother. Book Addict.
Masturbator. Comedian. Super Hero. Blogger.
Professional Adventurer.

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Congratulations, Alice Munro

Image Yesterday the Swedish Academy announced the name of the 2013 Nobel Laureate in Literature–Canadian author Alice Munro. If you’ve never heard of Alice Munro or never had the pleasure of reading her beautifully crafted short fiction, have no fear! Now that she is a Nobel laureate, bookstores around the world will be stocking up on her titles. I first read her short fiction back when I was working on my MFA at Virginia Commonwealth University. My thesis advisor, Tom De Haven, recommended her work to me. He said he was pretty sure I would love her writing style, and he was right.

A few years later, I rediscovered my love of her fiction when my husband bought a copy of the Best American Short Stories 2006. Her story, “The View from Castle Rock”, was one of the featured stories. Both Tord and I went on an Alice Munro bender for a while. 🙂

So now it’s time to go on another Alice Munro bender. I think I’ll reread some of her work and buy some of her short story collections for my Kindle. If you’re interested in discovering Alice Munro’s stellar writing, check out Lives of Girls and Women, Too Much Happiness, Dear LifeFriend of My Youth and Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage (this title was recently republished as Away from Her). You won’t be disappointed.

David Gaughran’s Let’s Get Visible is now available!

ImageFellow writer and indie writing guru David Gaughran has a new book out with tips on writing, selling more books and getting noticed. The book is called Let’s Get Visible and it’s a companion volume to his previous book, Let’s Get Digital. I think both of these books are must-reads for indie writers.

David’s no-nonsense approach is spot-on. I think he’s got another winner here. 🙂

He shares with readers tips on positioning your books for discoverability, cost-effective ways to promote your work and how to minimize the amount of promotion you do and for more writing time–and still sell books. So if you are as curious as I am about how to build your platform without having to spend all hours of the day on Twitter or Facebook (especially when you know you should be writing), then check out Let’s Get Visible. For more information, head over to David’s blog.