We asked some of the authors we've featured this month to write a piece on what reading and writing Black books means to them, and we got some powerful responses. Read them, listen to them, and take their words with you for the rest of this year. Black authors should be celebrated all year long,
For today’s Black History Month featured post, we have Chelsea Lockhart and Kai Leakes talking about their novels Keeping Promises and Love, Trust, and Pleasure. We chat about writing Black love, rebelling against publishing norms, and Black romance writers. Keeping Promises isn’t available for preorder yet, but Love, Trust, and Pleasure is available for purchase,
Welcome back to Glittering Fox Reads, for today’s Black History Month featured post we have Porsha Deun, author of Addict and Barbara Howard, author of Final Harvest here talking about craft and books. We can’t wait to share with you their intriguing answers to our questions, where we talk about the struggles of writing mystery,
Today on Glittering Fox Reads we have Janee Thompson and Nikki-Michelle who we’ve interviewed about writing and their books. Janee Thompson is the author of Looking Beyond the Ordinary, a contemporary YA novel. Nikki-Michelle is the author of Scandalous, an erotic romance. Looking Beyond the Ordinary features Jade Williams, a rich freelance hip hop dancer
Note: As this site was established in late January, we didn’t get the chance to properly make a “Most Exciting Releases of 2021” post before February. So, with the intention to continue the focus on Black authors this month, we’ll be listing other authors as well, but Black authors and books will be listed first.
Two cover reveals in one week! This time the Glittering Fox is excited to talk about Fly With Me by Julie Hahn. This heartfelt MG novel addresses childhood cancer, bullying, sickness, and recovery with hints of the mysterious, magical, and wonderful sprinkled throughout. You’ll be able to pick up this gem very soon! The release
Welcome to the grand opening of Glittering Fox Reads! If you don't know already, we're a book news site especially interested in indie authors of marginalized backgrounds. In the midst of a time where connecting digitally is more important than ever, where accessibility has always been a problem for marginalized creators, the Glittering Fox is