It’s time to start getting ready for this year’s celebrations and participation has been expanded to include authors, bloggers, and sponsors to sign up. It’s a great opportunity to celebrate diversity in romance novels while drawing potential readers to your blog and books.
Every year, over $200 in prizes of both gift cards and ebooks are given away and this year will be no different. This year the event runs from November 23rd to December 3rd.
We are looking for sponsors for our Grand Prize Giveaway. If you would like to donate you have three options:
Donate $5 and have one social media entry included in the Rafflecopter option.
Donate $10 and have two social media entries included in the Rafflecopter options.
Donate an eBook and have your book featured on the Love Bites and Silk website during the event month.
Please note that since this event is about celebrating interracial and multicultural romance novels, your book needs to feature at least one main character who is a person of color.
For more info and to sign-up, please visit the organizers’ page HERE.
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