Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Cocoa Fly Women and Sexual Empowerment Series: Interracial Romance Writer Roslyn Hardy Holcomb


My favorite book by Roslyn Hardy Holcomb.
It is a MUST read. But read Rock Star first.
I’ve been fascinated with sexuality for a long time.  When I was a kid, I would stay up late after Saturday Night Live and watch Dr. Ruth. I was fascinated by her voice and charm. But then I started learning things. My mother had no idea what was going on until my nine-year-old self asked her one Sunday morning, “Hey Ma, what’s ejaculation? I heard it on Dr. Ruth.”  My mother still brings up the horror she experienced. I thought she handled it well. 

Years later in college I began researching how racism and sexism affects how black women define their sexuality.  Now I’m interested women's work that empowers other women sexually. I’ll be posting podcasts with these fascinating women for the  Cocoa Fly Women and Sexual Empowerment Series.



Writer Roslyn Hardy Holcomb



We’re getting the series started with one of my favorite authors Rosyln Hardy Holcomb. She brings the sweet and HEAT in her novels. We talk about her work and sexual pleasure.  Roslyn even says sex gets better with time. I love talking about books, race, sex and writing. This interview hits on all of these topics. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed the interview.

Roslyn’s latest novel is Milk & Honey.  Oooh girl!

Let’s get it started…


7 comments:

  1. Wonderful interview and I love Roslyn Hardy Holcomb, Rock Star was one of the first IR romances I ever read when I discovered there was IR romance in 2008. Her writing is awesome and so is she. I've always loved that she's a smart writer that doesn't insult the intelligence of her readers. Thanks for this it was great.

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    1. Thank you! I really enjoyed chatting with her. She broke.it.down. I'm not into romance novels but I can't put down Roslyn's books. And she is definitely a smart writer. Her writing is stimulates your thoughts in many ways. LOL Thanks for listening!

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