Can I honestly ask why there are an abundant amount of swirl books but not enough blackxblack books outside of the hood genre? Im truly sadden by this.
@Breloyal oh no! I get you completely. I fully support and agree with everything you're saying. Just for me, a story between two black men has to at least near perfect or I can't do it. I want to tell that story but I also want to do it justice. I'm actually finishing up that same story you mentioned (Haha I definitely wish you could have finished, it's a completely different story now) and my next story is most likely going to deal with superheroes. It'll be kind of commentary on the world but one of the characters is based on Black Panther. It's been a story I've wanted to tell but been hesitant about because the pieces never fit right. It's one of the ideas I want to turn into a novel but it's most likely going to lean into a lot of social issues more than the other stories. I started broaching two or so social issues in each book of The Coven series to see how it could work and I loved it. It felt like it gave the story a substance it was missing. Lol I'd like to state for the record that in Witch Chronicles, David is Hispanic and in Coven, Peyton dated Heeder.
@BeholdthenextSupreme Boy why you didn't say this was you? Lol! Like Kid076 I love your books but yes you do always make the partner white. Remember I said couldn't finish that one book because he was sleeping with his sister's man? Lol! I get diversity but sometimes I want to read about us. White authors don't apologize for making the couple white and we shouldn't either. Its not an attack with we don't unless that is made clear.