Book Tours: Starter Day Party My Way To You

I’m hosting the starter day party today for the book tour for romance “My Way To You”. The tour runs from December 6 to December 13. Enjoy the tour!

Tour Schedule

December 6th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

December 7th: Book Excerpt and Giveaway @ Bright Street Books

December 9th: Book Excerpt @ Bookish Rantings

December 10th: Author Interview @ Editor Charlene’s Blog

December 11th: Book Review @ Crazy KALM

December 13th: Book Excerpt @ Books, Dreams, Life

December 13th: Book Review and Giveaway @ I Heart Reading

About the Book

Title: My Way To You

Author: Lyndell Williams

Genre: Romance

Lawyer Simon Young is smart, confident, and adept at keeping things with women casual—until he meets his best friend Marcus’s sister, Regina. Immediately intrigued by Regina’s beauty, Simon becomes increasingly enthralled and ultimately risks his friendship to have her for himself.

Social justice writer and activist Regina Kent is usually cautious and savvy. Yet, unable to resist her attraction to the handsome Simon, she plunges into a torrid affair, knowing that she chances angering big brother and her less tolerant followers, many of whom will not accept that one of their most popular pro-Black bloggers is dating an Asian man.

As their clandestine romance evolves, Simon and Regina fall deeper in love. Making sure that things stay between them becomes progressively impossible, and neither knows how much longer they can keep Marcus in the dark and the world at bay.

Author Bio

Lyndell Williams is an award-winning writer as well as a multifaceted editor, romance scholar and author.  She is a managing editor and columnist for various media platforms and serves as a content editor for a select group of clients. She’s had numerous short stories published in collections and enjoys a growing list of subscribers to her Layla Writes Love online short story series.

Lyndell is an adjunct instructor as well as an anti-racism and gender equity advocate. She is committed to the traditional use of literature as social commentary to affect positive social change.









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