New Releases by Black Authors Giving Us Life This Read an eBook Week

At Big Black Chapters we love books. All the books, both physical and electronic. But this week, it’s all about celebrating the convenience and easy access eBooks provide. It’s Read an eBook Week.

It’s National Read an eBook Week!

Besides opening doors for many indie authors of color, eBooks allow us to carry around full libraries in our purses, pockets, and bags. And while there’s nothing better than the smell and feel of a physical book, ebooks give us the freedom to never be without a good book while often being cheaper than their paperback brethren. 

10 New Releases by Black Indie Authors

To celebrate National Read an eBook Week, I’ve compiled a list of some of the hottest new releases by indie authors of color. 

All the books on this list were released within the past thirty days and are available to purchase on Amazon Kindle.

Lessons in Love by D. Camille

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Lessons In Love is the first book in the Bantu Academy Series, a spinoff of the Creator Series by author, D. Camille. This book serves up two lessons, one in romance, the other in seduction while weaving in black history.

Essentially, Lessons in Love in a two-for-one love story special! The book follows two teachers at Bantu Academy as they overcome life’s challenges and find love.

The Rage of Dragons by Evan Winter

Game of Thrones meets Gladiator in this debut epic fantasy about a world caught in an eternal war, and the young man who will become his people’s only hope for survival.” And we’re here for it!

Born into a world of chaos and war, Tau doesn’t possess the gifts needed to escape a life of death and destruction.

But when those closest to him are brutally murdered, Tau vows for revenge. Driven by grief-fueled anger, Tau begins a journey that will ultimate lead him to becoming be the greatest swordsmen alive.

A Case of Love by Brenda Barrett

Sometimes love will find you, even when you’ve sworn it off for good. Case Wiley learns this lesson the hard way.

To save a friend from a life of prostituion, Case marries Lyla with the understanding that eventually their marriage would come to an end and he would set her free.

Now after seven years, Case is ready to move on with his life and have his arranged marriage annulled.

But then he sees her, his wife of seven years all grown and in the flesh, and soon Case has second thoughts about setting his caged bird free.

Temptation by Chiquita Dennie

The book cover alone is temptation in itself.

Whew, chile the thirst is real in this hot one by author, Chiquita Dennie.

What’s a woman to do when he’s younger than you by at least 10 years, a known playboy, and a coworker?

Well, sometimes you just have to give into the Temptation!

Three Is A Crowd by Chenell Parker

One is lonely, two is company, and Three Is A Crowd. Yes, indeed! Author Chenell Parker weaves a complex love triangle filled with characters who are all striving to be at the top.

Broken-hearted and set on revenge, Jersi Bradford wants nothing more than to inflict pain on the cause of her own – Blake. Now married with kids, Blake regrets breaking Jersi’s heart and realizes she is the woman he always loved. So, when Jersi decides to give him another chance, he accepts it with both hands.

However, as Jersi pulls Blake into her plot for redemption a chance encounter with a strange man throws a wrench in her plans. Will she continue on her quest for revenge or will a new flame send the entire plan burning to the ground?

Fatality in F by Alexia Gordon

Celebrate National Read an eBook Week on a high note. Fatality in F is book 4 in the Gethsemane Brown Mystery Series by Alexia Gordon. The series centers around Gethsemane Brown, an African American classic musician who accepts a job teaching abroad. The Irish countryside is the last place she expected to end up, but then there’s the angry ghost haunting her not-so-new-home.

After helping the ghost right past wrongs, Gethsemane is swept into the secrets and scandals in the small town. In Book 4, she is ready to relax after solving her third mystery, but a copycat killing stalker has other plans for her Summer vacation.

Fierce Pride: Episode One by Victoria H. Smith

Fierce Pride is episode 1 in a 12-part serial of quick reads by author, Victoria H. Smith. The series centers around Dr. Shanora Dalton and her research and fascination about the ancient, extinct Aruti people.

Considered the leading expert on the Aruti, a company funds her research into the people and their legacy. But things are not as they seem when she meets Gael, Easton, and Davis – the businessmen funding her research.

Dark, angsty, and action-packed, Fierce Pride takes you on a wild, hot journey as Shanora discovers the Aruti people are not extinct and the three men funding her research desire more than her knowledge of their people

Alphas & Angels: The Royal Pack of Louisiana by Neicy P.

Xiare is back from the depths of hell and ready to take his place as Prince of the The Blacks and Kings pack on Earth. Even if that means he has to rule with an iron fist to maintain law and order.

Paranormal romance combined with urban fiction, this story has it all – vampires, demons, shifters, and even Alphas and Guardians.

Port of Princes 2: A Renegade Tale of Forbidden Love by Fabiola Joseph and Nika Michelle

Looking of a book with more heat than the Caribbean sun? Well, we gotcha covered. In Port of Princes 2, the LaRose are in Haiti and set on finding freedom and revenge.

Seeking escape from their drug boss captor, the sisters find an ally that they least expected – the boss’s sons. Set in the dangerous Haitian underworld, will a son go against the rules of his father for the woman he loves?

Beauty For Ashes by Tara Jones

Beauty for Ashes provides the type of family and relationship drama fit for a Lifetime movie. The story follows Dion Drake, a successful lawyer who is struggling with his success while he and his grief-stricken wife both come to terms with the death of his son.

Add a mistress and a mysterious stranger into the mix and you have one hell of a page turner as you delve deeper into the Drake family and the secrets they keep.

National Read an eBook Week

What are you reading for National Read an eBook Week?

Hopefully, a book on this list spurs your interest. Written by gifted, black writers, these new releases are all available on Kindle or Kindle Unlimited.

Don’t have an ereader? Not a problem. Download the Kindle App and read ebooks on your phone, tablet, or computer.

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