Detroit native, Sylvia Hubbard, a single mother of three, has worked tirelessly to promote and encourage emerging writers in Michigan. She independently published her first romance novel in 2000 and has continued to write in that genre, sometimes venturing into other sub-genres. Always urban and contemporary styled, her writing is enjoyed all over the world. She has published 7 paperbacks and over 30 e-books. The same year she published, Ms Hubbard also created Motown Writers Network to fill the lack of education and networking for Michigan authors online and offline. By 2004, she was frustrated that all the literary conferences had moved too far away from the city and co-created The Essence of Motown Literary Jam Conference held only in the City of Detroit annually. In addition to romance writing, Hubbard has been featured at various conferences and workshops all over the United States and Canada, where she has taught authors how to sell their books on the Internet. She also published Internet Marketing for Writers & Businesses as a resource for those unable to attend her workshops. In the upcoming year, she will be featured in several anthologies and plans to publish additional e-books. Collect over 30 books of sensual romance suspense, which readers have dubbed her Cliffhanger Queen, on her website or wherever books are sold.
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Description: Although Grandmother Wei had been cruel, she taught Chon a thing or two to help her make money and that was organization! Now with one more client to help to get her to the financial goal of owning her own business, Chon was determined to finish the...
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Technical difficulties in my @wattpad app kept me from posting on time. Still typing out chapter 13 cuz i was so distraught over the postings and then I ended up misplacing my Note Book for the story with all my notes on ravenous. ugh... so with a migraine, a rainy day and the wanting to get more sleep, I'm pressing forward to finish this chapter. ugh... pray for me. #amwriting #justWriteit