Presenting LV Lewis’s New Series: SUPERWOMAN

 

“If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”― Toni Morrison  Toni Morrison

When I began to contemplate writing the Superwoman Novel Series, the above quote from Toni Morrison was very much on my mind. Yet, with all the inspiration that her words gave me, I still struggled with taking the leap to write these books. Why? Because there are projects still lingering in my writing quiver that I still owe to my loyal readers.

Those projects are still coming. I promise. There’s just been too much that happened in 2016 that didn’t allow them to flow forth. And one thing I’ve learned in my continued quest to earn the label of professional author is that I must write what flows. If I don’t, I literally cannot be held responsible for the craptasticness (I know this isn’t really a word) that might otherwise flow from my pen.

That said, allow me to introduce you to my Superwoman Novels. Why this title? Oh, I wasn’t listening to the songs of this title made famous by Karyn White and Alicia Keys and covered by innumerable other superwomen on YouTube. Although, they’re not bad anthems to associate with the series. I was thinking about women who juggle careers, families, life, love, and adversity, multi-tasking through all the vagaries of life and still managing to triumph in the areas that matter most to them.

In my Superwoman Novels, I’d like to introduce you to women who do many things right, yet still fail in ways that don’t brand them as failures on the whole, but uplifts them as gloriously flawed human beings. To begin, there will be three standalone novels celebrating three accomplished women. While they are not defined only by what they do for a living, I chose to title the stories to illuminate their vocations: Supersurgeon, Supermodel, and Superstar (The Superwoman Novels).

Once they are all complete, I will announce a release date for the first novel.

More to Come From LV in 2017…

My European Tour world has a new release scheduled around the late March, early April 2017 timeframe entitled World Tour (Rocking The PopStar Book 2). Brody and Skylar’s story continues and will be wrapped up in this release. The final book of the Rocking The PopStar Series will feature Skylar’s bestie, Alyssa, but that one won’t happen until 2018.

Also, my shared world SciFi Romantic Suspense story is coming in June. If you’ve read any of the stories of The Complex by other authors, then you know just what kind of futuristic fun times are coming with this one.

It has been difficult for me to continue the Jungle Fever Series as you are all very painfully aware. Yet, there is something in me that won’t allow it to die a merciful death. I’m looking forward to continuing my collaboration on this one until a viable completion of the series is penned. Expect an announcement about Double Switch later in the year.

#LV out.

Cover Reveal and Excerpt of Angel Lawson’s “Vigilant”

Vigilant Release Date April 23rd!

Cover Created by Angstyg

Sneak Peek Teaser!

She found the building easily and wondered how she’d never noticed it before. Granted, they were in an industrial area. The building was mixed in between older homes and empty buildings. The outside was clean—no, spotless. The parking lot tidy, including the area near the chain-link fence that surrounded the property. Ari opened the car door and said to the boy in the passenger seat, “Grab your stuff.”
The full extent of Curtis’s belongings fit into a manila envelope and the clothing he wore when he’d been arrested. Ari hadn’t had time to go by his home to see if there were any personal items he could have used. That would have been doubtful anyway. Odds were, the minute he got locked up, his clothing spread throughout the rest of the family.
“I’m supposed to live here?” he asked. Curtis was only fifteen, but carried himself like he was older, like so many of these kids. They were forced to grow up fast. Lean and fit, Curtis was very big for his age. Ari knew before he’d started skipping school he’d been active in sports. The police had documented more than once that he was a skilled runner. He just needed to learn how to use that power for good and not evil.
“I’ve never been here,” Ari told him in a stern voice. “But this is a last-chance stop. Whatever it is, it’s better than detention, which is where you’re headed next.”
Curtis slipped behind his case manager as she walked into the building.
“Oh, wow,” she said, knocked in the face by the overpowering smell. Soon though, even the rank stench was eclipsed by the sounds.
The boy stepped in front of Ari with his eyes wide and said, “No fucking way.”
Ari’s head snapped in his direction, but she didn’t scold him as she normally would have. She felt just as stunned. Her senses were assaulted by sweat and rubber, combined with a muggy, damp heat. And the sounds. Well, it sounded like someone was getting beaten to death.
“What the hell is this?” Curtis said, pushing Ari’s limit on foul language.
“Cut the cussing, Curtis,” she said. “A gym, I suppose?” But it was more than a gym. There were four boxing rings in the center of the building and rows of weights and cardio machines along each side. Near the front door, a huge trophy case held dozens of gold trophies, each with a tiny boxer or fighter on the top. Ari saw a dozen or so guys of various ages working out around the gym.
A long countertop ran along the barrier between the gym and the entry area. Hanging on the wall was a large sign with the letters GYC, and the name: Glory Youth Center. Ari spotted a young man folding towels and placing them in a stack.
“Come on,” she said to Curtis. They approached the counter and she introduced herself to the kid.
“I’m Ari Grant. I’m here to meet a—” she pulled the note out of her pocket. “Mr. Davis. We have an appointment at eleven.”
“Yes, ma’am,” the boy replied. “Let me tell him you’re here.” He looked a little older than Curtis, maybe seventeen or so. Broad shouldered and muscular. He had a bandage over his eye and quickly disappeared around the corner, away from the gym floor.
Curtis studied a row of photographs behind the counter. He glanced at Ari. “So you want me to come work out or something? I thought this was a home.”
Before Ari could answer, or not answer since she had no idea, the boy came back followed by a handsome man. His dark hair was shaved close to his head and when his eyes met Ari’s everything went from normal to very, very awkward.

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Who Doesn’t Love Superheroes?

Vigilant CoverMy friend, Angel Lawson has a new book coming out. It’s one of those I wish I could’ve written. So,  rather than be jealous of her, I’m going to share the details here. Follow her on Twitter or Facebook if you find this cover and summary interesting and might like to buy when it debuts.
In her own words:  “I’m so excited to announce my new book title, Vigilant and reveal the cover and summary. Vigilant is an Urban Fantasy (don’t be afraid–that’s just a romance with a super handsome, super super(hero) leading man and a kick ass woman.)”

Vigilant:

Ari Grant spends her days helping the troubled youth of Glory City, and her nights trying to feel something other than the cold numbness that has settled in her bones. For years, she satisfies this urge with trips to the tattoo parlor or late night clubbing, but everything changes when she becomes a victim of an armed robbery.

She manages to escape notice from the gunman, a former client, but only because she’s saved by Glory City’s own Vigilante. A hooded man who has impeccable timing when it comes to those in need.

It seems Ari isn’t the only one trying to save lost souls or looking for a life outside their job. She’s caught the attention of Nick Sanders, a handsome attorney at juvenile court. Solid and steady, he seems the perfect fit, but Ari has developed an obsession with Davis, the mysterious and sexy director of a local fight club that rehabilitates delinquent boys.

Each of these men fight for the less fortunate, but not everyone has altruistic motives. When Ari’s female clients begin to disappear, she can’t figure out who to trust. Soon enough it becomes obvious that while Ari watches over the kids of Glory City, someone else has taken to watching over her.