One Night is now out in a paperback! So feel free to get online or sprint into your favorite bookseller and pick up your copy. It’s an amazing tale that takes place over the span of twelve hours. Not only is One Night being released in another format, but I am also releasing a new hardback to keep you entertained through the season.
The Blackbirds comes out today! Finally, the journey of four amazing women takes flight! Spread the word and get your orders in at your favorite retailer (links below)!
We met Kwanzaa Browne in Liar's Game, came to know Destiny Jones in Chasing Destiny, and had a couple of moments with Ericka Stockwell in Friends and Lovers. A few others from previous novels show up, namely parents, but it’s not necessary to read anything before turning off the phone, ignoring social media, grabbing a glass of wine, and diving into The Blackbirds, as the story starts years after they first graced the pages. They were babies in the original novels. (Two decades have flown by so friggin’ fast!) But as always, I love the fans to know how the characters relate to the Dickey Universe. Dickey Universe. The DU. Yeah. I made that up. LOL.
And readers, chat amongst each other, make new friends, become your own social media chat group and tweet or tag using #BlackbirdsByEJD. I’ll check in from time to time from @ericjdickey.
So mark your calendars, set alerts, have Siri remind you to grab a copy ASAP, check out the tour dates at www.ericjeromedickey.com, and feel free to hit me on Facebook and Twitter.
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PRAISE FOR THE BLACKBIRDS
"In this sensual tale, words stoke the body and the imagination. With prose that is both witty and current, Dickey chronicles the pothole-filled journey four modern black women take to find love." -Kirkus on The Blackbirds
"Dickey...once again stirs a juicy mix of steamy sexuality with soap-opera drama...fans will be pleased to recognize characters from the author's previous novels." -Library Journal on The Blackbirds
"[An] empowering story of four women friends.... [featuring] relatable voices and feelings to difficult issues." -Booklist on The Blackbirds