The complete series list for - Harlequin Kimani Romance. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and. Kimani Press was formed by Harlequin Enterprises, Ltd. in December , with the download of the Arabesque, Sepia, and New Spirit Imprints from BET Books. Arabesque was the first line of original African-American romance novels Print/ export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Books shelved as harlequin-kimani-romance: Love in Catalina Cove by Brenda Jackson, When I'm With You by Donna Hill, His Los Angeles Surprise by Sheryl.
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Year Format open. Thanks to the ebook publishing, there are more opportunities and outlets to publish now than a decade ago, but that also means more competition.
Nope, whatever pricing strategy works for you to get those readers through the door, do you your thing, girl! It has no happily ever after. There is no resolution by the end, which is what fits the traditional romance definition. But I still get put in that category. I still get nominated for those awards. Our books sell—just not on the same scale as mainstream authors.
And the industry knows it. Example, I was excited when I finally sold 6, paperback copies of one of my books. A decent achievement, but nothing to write home about. And there are black authors who sell even less than me. Has the market changed?
I do wonder what happened to all the readers who helped launched so many black female authors in the mid- to lates? Where did they all go? And she has preferences and authors she likes.
Why should the weight of an entire industry be placed on her shoulders? More crossover readers would help but securing those readers is always a challenge.
You want a chance to be considered on the same playing field as everyone else. You want to have a shot at those bigger sales numbers and you do what you have to do to get that chance.
I hope Harlequin absorbs them into other lines. Or maybe some will start self-publishing and blaze their own trail. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Email or Phone Password Forgot account?
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