Blaque Diamond

Biography

Blaque Diamond was born in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1989, and moved to Charleston, South Carolina when she was just 11 months old where she grew up. She began writing at the age of 11 due to urging from her fifth grade teacher. Being such a gifted child she took to writing with gusto.

She and her brother's spent plenty of days making up stories and telling them to each other. When they found that they couldn't keep the facts of their stories straight, they began writing them down. Blaque Diamond at the age of 12 made her first attempt at writing a book. Back then she was into horror and thrillers so that was the genre in which her book rested. The book was entitled The Telephone Killer. She wrote a few chapters, but never finished the book. Her writing then veered off to poetry. She wrote poems about any and everything. Her poetry told her stories of struggles she endured in her young life.

Her love of writing first began with her love of reading. On any given day she could be found with her face buried in a book. Anything related to reading in school she was always involved in. She volunteered to help younger children learn to read, and she participated in competitions dealing with reading. Instead of playing outside with the other children, she would be sitting somewhere surrounded by books.

Blaque Diamond has written off and on for many years. Her writings now consists of poetry, short-stories, novellas, and she is working on a couple of novels. Her genre of choice for writing poetry varies from love, life, inspiration, erotica, and everything in between. Her other genres of choice for writing are urban romance, African american general fiction, drama fiction, and urban fiction. When she is not writing, Blaque Diamond enjoys shopping, traveling, volunteering, listening to music, hanging out with loved ones, interacting on social media and cooking.

Smashwords Interview

How do you discover the ebooks you read?
By viewing also by this author suggestions or looking for a particular genre.
What do your fans mean to you?
My fans mean everything to me. Without them then I would continue writing for myself. I love my own work but I love it even more when someone else can enjoy it as well. I love getting feedback from my fans and it encourages me to continue giving them what they want.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find Blaque Diamond online

Twitter: @HeartOfMyWords
Facebook: Facebook profile

Books

What You Won't Do: A Stand-alone Novella
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 43,790. Language: English. Published: November 5, 2017. Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » Contemporary woman, Fiction » African American fiction » Romance
What’s the golden rule when it comes to relationships? Never discuss your relationship with anyone. No exceptions! Whether things are going great, or not so great, keep things strictly between you and your mate. Trevor Matthews finds that out the hard way when what he thinks is an innocent conversation with his brother starts the downhill spiral of his marriage.
Words of My Heart
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 13,930. Language: English. Published: July 31, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Female authors, Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
Blaque Diamond explores the world through words. She touches different aspects of life including love, life, death, heartbreak, and inspiration. She even delves into her own personal testimonies for which she tells her stories straight from the heart. There is a little of everything you can think of included in this collection of carefully hand-picked poetry. Let her words flow from her heart t
Love, Lies and Heartbreak Volume 1
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 56,720. Language: English. Published: June 16, 2017. Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » General, Fiction » African American fiction » Romance
First, comes love, then lies, and then heartbreak. Well, at least that’s the case with the couples in these captivating short-stories in this collection of love gone wrong. It seems like some people say, “I love you” and don’t mean it and loyalty to their partner isn’t their strongest character trait.
His or Her Betrayal?
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 76,910. Language: English. Published: March 31, 2017. Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » General, Fiction » African American fiction » Contemporary woman
How far would you go to keep a secret from the person you love? That’s the question that Michelle Anderson is facing. From the outside looking in, everything is right in her life. She has great friends, her mother’s unconditional love, and the man of her dreams, but things aren’t always as they seem. Michelle is harboring a deep, dark secret that may have deadly consequences when it is brought to

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