Writing romance fiction has been a part of Samara’s world since her days of sneaking to the back of the library with a love story in tow; soon after, she wrote her own!
She is a 2011 Poet of the Year Nominee by African Americans on the Move Book Club and a member of The Romance Writers of America.
Samara has penned stories for Totally Bound, Cobblestone Press, Loose Id, and sexy mobile reads for Ether Books. She also writes under her co-produced self-publishing imprint, Crimson Whispers.
Her first poetry collection, The Ebony Kryptonite was well received and is to be followed by her next spoken word project, Stripped Barefoot. To find out more about Samara’s poetic endeavors visit her website or listeners may also find her on Spotify.
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What’s a little bite among vampires?
What’s not to love about those seductive, mysterious and powerful beings that lure not only the heroine but us – the readers into their captivating tales. I’ve been a fan of vampires since watching movies/TV. shows like: Interview With An Vampire, Lost Boys, True Blood, Angel (to name a few) only created this wide-eyed look of wonder within me in regards to the mystique surrounding characters such as the vampire hero.
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Don’t we all have our vices, our absolute favorite plots and characters? For me,it’s more like move over bad boys and hello Mr. tall-dark-handsome - *sigh* I return to the subject at hand. Where was I? Oh, yes – waving a dismissing hand at all the other archetypes. You see, another mysterious type has caught my eye: the tortured soul. *Nods* yes, I’m aware of the elusive, yet undeniable mystic surrounding this man.
This holiday story is a joySamara King draws her readers in with Upon a Midnight Clear. A wonderful short story for those that don't have a lot of time but enjoy reading wonderful romance.
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