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In her third YA novel, author/actor Dana L. Davis takes to the hip-hopera stage with ROMAN AND JEWEL (Jan. 5, Inkyard Press), and it has everything you could want in a holiday read. Forbidden romance? Check. #Ownvoices storytelling? Check. A Broadway/NYC setting? Check. Hamilton meets Geekerella? CHECK! So how is Dana spending her holiday after crafting this fabulous novel? She filled us in on what’s making her strange yuletide season (read more…)

Morgan Rogers‘ #ownvoices rom-com, HONEY GIRL (February 23, Park Row), has already been called one of the “32 LGBTQ Books That Will Change the Literary Landscape in 2021” by OprahMag.com. What is Morgan doing over the holidays besides taking the romance world by storm? She popped in to tell us about her favorite things in this unusual holiday season. (Hint: it involves her highly recommended must-watch shows, rounded out with (read more…)

How are creatives staying inspired this season while doing their part staying at home? L&L thought they’d check in on their fantastic authors to find out! Let’s visit the tropical and majestic coasts of Hawaii to say hello to native Sara Ackerman. Her forthcoming novel RED SKY OVER HAWAII (June 9, 2020; MIRA Books), the third of her WWII books set against the backdrop of the Hawaiian islands, “skillfully navigates the (read more…)

How are creatives staying inspired this season while doing their part staying at home? L&L thought they’d check in on their fantastic authors to find out! This week we fly to Brooklyn to drop in on Natalka Burian, author of  the powerful and lyrical novel, DAUGHTERS OF THE WILD (September 22, Park Row Books), about a young girl in a dystopian society fighting to save her lost child while discovering (read more…)

How are creatives staying inspired this season while doing their part staying at home? L&L thought they’d check in on their fantastic authors to find out!  Next up in Chicago: Catherine Adel West, author of  SAVING RUBY KING (June 16, Park Row Books), whose novel has been called a “honey-dipped” “stunning force of a novel” by Zakiya Harris, author of THE OTHER BLACK GIRL.   What I Listen to: When (read more…)