The Lit.World of @SylviaHubbard1 is going on Tour thx 2 @FullMoonBites | #Love101 #BlogTour Jan 28th – Feb14th

Jan. 28th- I am, Indeed (Review/Giveaway)
Jan. 29th- 1889 Labs (Guest Post)
Jan. 30th- My Reading Obsession (Guest Post/Giveaway)
Jan. 31st- Sweet n’ Sassi (Review/Giveaway)
Feb. 1st- A Diary Of A Book Addict (Review/Giveaway)
Feb. 4th- A Book Lover’s Library (Review/Giveaway)
Feb. 5th- The Avid Reader (Guest Post/Giveaway)
Feb. 6th- My Reading Addiction (Review/Giveaway)
Feb. 7th- Tamara’s One Stop Indie Shop (Guest Post)
Feb. 8th- My Seryniti (Review/Giveaway)
Feb. 11th- Books Amour (Interview/Giveaway)
Feb. 12th- Love in a Book (Interview)
Feb. 13th- Musings of a Writing Reader (Excerpt/Giveaway)
Feb. 14th- Harlie’s Books (Review/Giveaway)
Title: Love 101: Learning To Love
Series: Mistaken Identity #2
Author: Sylvia Hubbard
Genre: Erotic Noir,
Publisher: Self Published
Format: Ebook
Pages: 172
Purchase:
Book Description:
Prudish school teacher, Cheyenne, loses a bet with her students and is forced to wear her student’s uniform.
On the same day, she meets the devilishly gorgeous Evan Crane who is desperately lost and needs “assistance” getting home. Fighting his attraction to who is think is just a high school student, Evan finds he needs her help.
Deciding to take advantage of his weakness and her own mounting attraction to him, Cheyenne kisses Evan.
That’s when her plan to just tease the stranger becomes a chance for her to live out her own reckless fantasy.
Yet, when the tables are turned and she reaps what she has sown, Cheyenne has to make a choice to forgive Evan and overcome her own fears or miss out on the most perfect love any woman could ever have.
Sequel to Love 101 (included in Prologue) and the continuing saga of Mistaken Identity series.
Sylvia Hubbard knew she’d wanted to be a writer of romance long before she knew there were black writers in the world. Weaving stories magically as a summer past time to writing stories to get through the humdrum of school, she was able to create something from nothing.
Today, she has independently published over 28 books, is the founder of Motown Writers Network and The AA Electronic Literary Network, CEO of HubBooks Literary Services, runs over five blogs on a variety of subjects, host The Michigan Literary Network Radio Show and is a happily divorced mother of three children in Detroit, Michigan.
“I’m no superwoman,” she states with a smile that seems infinite on her lips. “I’m just being an asset in the world instead of a liability.”
Considered an addicted blogger by HoneyTechblog.com, nominated and recognized for her literary work in the Metro Detroit area, referred to as “A Literary Diva” by Detroit City Council and donned “Cliffhanger Queen” by her readers, she finds solace in speaking and educating on a variety of topics.
Her subjects range from Social Media, Internet Marketing, Creative Intimacy, Single Parenting, Blogging, E-Books, Publishing (all aspects i.e.: writing, publishing, marketing & promoting online & offline), and personal triumphs with inspiration mixed in.
Never a disappointment, Sylvia Hubbard, has spoken in front of thousands all over the United States and Canada and has been an Amazon Bestseller.

Love 101: Mistaken Identity Part Deux

By Sylvia Hubbard
Rating: 1 star1 star1 star1 star
(4.00 based on 5 reviews)

Published: July 17, 2012
Words: 47416 (approximate)
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781452477206

Short description

Learning To Love… again… After teacher is mistaken as a student and decides to push the envelope with a stranger her whole world is turned upside down. Sequel to Love 101 and the continuing saga of Mistaken Identity series.

Extended description

Prudish school teacher, Cheyenne, loses a bet with her students and is forced to wear her student’s uniform.

On the same day, she meets the devilishly gorgeous Evan Crane who is desperately lost and needs “assistance” getting home. Fighting his attraction to who is think is just a high school student, Evan finds he needs her help.

Deciding to take advantage of his weakness and her own mounting attraction to him, Cheyenne kisses Evan.

That’s when her plan to just tease the stranger becomes a chance for her to live out her own reckless fantasy.

Yet, when the tables are turned and she reaps what she has sown, Cheyenne has to make a choice to forgive Evan and overcome her own fears or miss out on the most perfect love any woman could ever have.

Available ebook reading formats

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Books Exclusively On The Literary World – Update #amreading #syllit #webfiction #weblit

If you’re new to the site or just haven’t perused in a while, you wouldn’t have noticed I’ve added things to the sidebar.

I thought to let you know that I have added some knew exclusive titles on the site.

Before you get to the listing, I should let you know coming soon to the exclusive lists is:

Teach Me To Love

Teach Me To Love
unedited version

This will be made for pdf, mobi (kindle) and epub (all other ereaders). If you can’t wait, you can always just download it as a pdf over on LULU or if you just want to know what it’s all about.

(Hint, this is where Blaque Heart first appears)  

Here’s an entire listing currently of all the exclusive books on this site together

EXCLUSIVE BOOKS

You can also get Hope is Love in epub as well as pdf. Another Update about Hope is Love is coming soon … so be on the lookout

Books Exclusively On The Literary World – Update #reading #syllit

If you’re new to the site or just haven’t perused in a while, you wouldn’t have noticed I’ve added things to the sidebar.

I thought to let you know that I have added some knew exclusive titles on the site.

Here’s an entire listing all together

EXCLUSIVE BOOKS

You can also get Hope is Love in epub as well as pdf. Another Update about Hope is Love is coming soon … so be on the lookout 

 

Coming Soon to paperback: Hope Is Love! November 2011 release! #reading #amwriting

(If you’d like to copy and paste this interview and press release on your blog you have the author‘s full permission)

For Immediate Release

 Award Winning Bestselling Author, Sylvia Hubbard, makes exclusive eBook available for paperback.

 Whatever happens to those bad people who destroy lives, sever family ties and never learn their lesson?

They end up in a Sylvia Hubbard story. In the sequel to her most downloaded book, Love Like This, Detroit Author, Sylvia Hubbard weaves an intricate tale of suspense romance.

 In her new book, Hope Is Love, (HubBooks/CreateSpace $7.99 November 2011), Hubbard presents a contemporary tale about a woman named Hope, who’s given up on everything and wishes death would come soon to take her away from her misery. Yet, when she makes a decision to actually care for someone in need, she realizes she may have made the worst decision of her life. Rescuing James Black from near death brings her into his world of lies, deceit and murder.

 “When there is nothing, there’s always Hope,” Sylvia believes. “I created two very diverse characters from different walks of life that have no chance at love or happiness, but as an author, I strive to make that happen, no matter the odds.”

 Along with being a suspense/romance author of over 25 novels, Sylvia Hubbard is also an avid blogger, founder of Motown Writers Network & AAELN, radio host of The Michigan Literary Network and chairperson of The Essence of Motown Literary Jam & Conference. As a native Detroiter and a single mother of three, Hubbard works tirelessly in Metro Detroit to erase illiteracy and strengthen the Michigan Literary Network.

More information about Sylvia Hubbard and all her books can be found on her website at http://www.SylviaHubbard.com or wherever books are sold. Media inquires, book signings and speaking engagements can be made with Andrea Daniels, AND Communications adaniel0089@comcast.net 313.468.2459.

 Download book cover   (Hope Is Love, Love Like This)

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Read Excerpt

 Author Questions about Current Work, Hope Is Love

 1.  What made you create a sequel to Love Like This?

 A lot of readers really enjoyed the characters that were involved in Love Like This. Instead of creating another story for Ethan and his wife, I decided to bring characters from there and give the reader another great story.

2. The protagonist , Hope, really leads the contradiction of her namesake? Why  did you build her life to be so miserable?

 In order for us to get up, we have to know we’ve been knocked down otherwise we’ll continue to stay down and be even more miserable. Hope was in that situation and I knew giving her a name like Hope would clearly signify her horrible situation, even more. Her trials and tribulations were very needed to show what is possible when one is at this point in their lives.

3. James was clearly a selfish man consumed with only his happiness. From reading about his evil deeds in Love Like This and what he did to his brother, a lot of readers really hated him. Why bring him into this story with someone as fragile as Hope?

 I’ve always believed people who do bad things to others, are really unhappy themselves. There comes a point though when we are tired of the disconnect and in need of finding that one person that will complete us. James was coming to that point in his life and Hope really came to his rescue in more ways than one.

 4. Why have your readers crowned you Cliff Hanger Queen?

 To me, I think it happened by accident. Back in 2004, I started live blogging a book called Mistaken Identity from Monday through Friday; taking the weekends off.  I was actually typing out a book from the top of my head on a blog where readers could come and see the “magic” happen. Yet, when things would become really intense, that’s when I had to take a break in the story, leaving the reader all worked up and waiting until Monday morning to find out what happened next. I started receiving phone calls, death threats and wails of hair pulling until I finally finished the book. It was a great experience for me as a writer to get an actual reader comments as I was writing and I was addicted to do it again and again. I try to do a live book now once a year. In 2011, I’m taking on NaNoWriOrg.com and will be live blogging all through the month of November.

5. Why did you only make Hope Is Love available as a download from your website The Literary World Of Sylvia Hubbard?

With the popularity of Love Like This and the wonderful way the readers have embraced that novella, I wanted to show appreciation for them by writing a book just for them. By making this a website exclusive (available as a pdf and epub for only $1.99) I have created a gift to my readers. I hadn’t released a new paperback in a while and decided this was also a good time to still reach readers who have not acclimated with the new electronic formats.

6.  Is there more to come for the characters in these books or you as an author?

 There’s another book on its way, The Mysterious Mr. Black. This is a very deep, dark novel that really gets into love on a whole new level.  I hope to release that in 2012 in ebook  and also I will be releasing His Substitute Wife… My Sister, which involves Parker from Love Like This as an ebook and paperback in March of 2012.

More information about Sylvia Hubbard and all her books can be found on her website at http://www.SylviaHubbard.com or wherever books are sold. Media inquires, book signings and speaking engagements can be made with Andrea Daniels, AND Communications adaniel0089@comcast.net 313.468.2459

Facebook: www.facebook.com/michigansliteraryworld

Twitter: www.twitter.com/sylviahubbard1

(If you’d like to copy and paste this interview and press release on your blog you have the author’s full permission)

Upcoming Book Release Party for Hope Is Love

November 12, 2011 3pm

Virgil Carr Cultural Center

311 E. Grand River, Detroit, Michigan 48226

Giveaways, prizes and more!

To see more of the Black Family Series, click on the covers


Please leave your review below and don’t forget to go to Amazon to leave your review too when the book is released!

Got Books? Help Strengthen Detroit’s Literary Community!

Starting from November 13, 2010 to April 30th 2010, it will be my mission for a year to try to collect 100, 000 books for the Metro Detroit Literary Community.

I know the impact of books in a home for a child and I want to give every home that doesn’t have books in Detroit some.

This sounds like an interesting challenge and I’m asking everyone to help me.

Photo by: J Michael Collins

Why?

I love books. My mother put that love in my heart way before I came into this earth and I’m blessed to have passed this love to my children.

Now I want to share my love with everyone out there who struggles to make a choice to buy a book or pay a bill in Detroit. I don’t want to see anyone have to make that choice.

Plus statistics states even one book in a household increases the chances of a child graduating from high school*

If you would like to drop your book off in person, subscribe to this site (see sidebar) and when you see I’m having an event, come and bring your books to donate (while picking up a couple of copies of mine – although that’s not a requirement). 

If you aren’t in Detroit and would like to send books, please ship them to:

Detroit Impact Community Center

Attn: Sylvia Hubbard

9930 Greenfield, Detroit, Michigan 48227

WHERE DOES ALL THIS GO AND WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM YOUR DONATION?

I know 100,000 books is a lot of books, but there is a meaning to my madness. These are the organizations that will benefit from your donation:

Pro-Literacy of Detroit – http://www.proliteracydetroit.org

During December, this organization has a graduation program for their adult readers who have successfully completed tutoring. Your book donations will go towards gifting them books they may take home as their reward to continue and strengthening their new-found reading skills.

The Detroit Impact Center – http://www.detroitimpactcenters.org/main.htm

Geared toward the youth in the Metro Detroit Community, The Detroit Impact Center provides literary services, programs and more. The library inside the center is under serviced and in desperate need of current books geared toward ages between tween and teen. I would love to give them what they need to encourage young adults to read more and provide Mr. Colbert, the director, the power to give these kids the gift of reading.

Also I’ve been approached by the following organizations to help them provide books for their participants.

The Fountain of Life COGIC – GED program for text books and educational books

My Sisters Keeper – Single Family Non-profit to gift single parents and their children with books for the holidays.

Help me help them!! I want to be the Oprah of book giving! The Santa Claus of the Literary Community. (I could go on with these metaphors, but they’d just get really corny. )

We hope to soon work with Kickstarter, so we can have a monetary donation system in place, but if you would like to contribute still, you can PayPal your donation to motownwriters@yahoo.com.

For all monetary donations, we plan to buy gift certificates from John King Books.  (http://www.rarebooklink.com/cgi-bin/kingbooks/index.html)

Established in 1965, recently, we found out that two of their stores were in danger or closing. In my creative way to shed light upon a low foot traffic situation to the stores,  I’ve decided that proceeds earned from donations will go to buy gift certificates from John K. King Bookstore and donated to the groups above so they can also make selections.

Also, this will ensure your donations will go right back into the literary community of Metro Detroit!

I do hope you help me meet my goal. I’m so excited about my mission and I’m going to blog all about it here at my website with the category tag 100,000.

Spread the word! Send the message! Shout it from the rooftop: There’s a crazy book lady in Detroit who needs books! (I don’t mind the crazy part, because even my mother said I’m a good crazy.)

I thank you in advance for your help to my literary endeavors!

*I couldn’t remember where that statistic came from before I blogged this, but it was in the last couple of months that I read it.

As the list of sponsors grow, I’m going to be posting sponsors to this post. If you’d like to know when I make updates to this particular post, please add a great comment and subscribe to comment updates.

I’d also like to know what efforts you are doing to strengthen your literary community and if you have creative ideas to help me encourage my own literary community to donate more.

I plan to do more face to fact book drop off events for the next 365 days. If you would love to help me plan these, please do not hesitate to contact me at my email: motownwriters@yahoo.com.

If you are media interested in requesting an interview about our literary cause, please contact Andrea Daniels of ANDCommunications at: 313.468.2459.






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