Black Fantasy

Coal: Book One of the Everleaf Series Constance Burris Coal has lived most of his life in the fey realm with his elven best friend, but when a human child he promised to protect unintentionally breaks a law in front of the fey elite, he will have to choose between betraying his best friend or…

Black Beauty Matters

Black Beauty (Everleaf Series)  Constance Burris   At Vista Apartment Complex, life drastically changes for few of its residents when they decide to do business with Crazy Jade—the supposed voodoo witch that can grant your wish, for a price. Shemeya wants the confidence to stand up against the girls bullying her at school, but she…

Dia of the Dead 

Brit Brinson Protecting Romero High from all things supernaturally spooky as Dia Muerto is a tough gig for sixteen-year-old Dia Summers, but it’s nothing compared to protecting the ones she loves from real, live-well, formerly alive-zombies. Unlike the zombies that shambled around on set, the real deal don’t follow a script. At the majorly important…

Why I’m Not Interested in a Mexican Katniss

Guest Post:from latinosinkidlit.com By Guinevere Zoyana Thomas  JAN 12 2015 Earlier this year, the amazing Matt de la Peña asked the publishing industry one of the most thought-provoking questions ever: “Where is the African American Harry Potter or the Mexican Katniss?” His question was part of a conversation about why there aren’t that many POC equivalents to such iconic…