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DL White
DL White
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    Contemporary Romance Women's Fiction African American Interest
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 7
  • Profession: Exec Administrative Assistant
  • Born: March 25
  • Member Since: Oct 2018
  • Profile Views: 9,308
  • Followers: 43
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BIOGRAPHY

For as long as I can remember, I would much rather be in my room reading and writing than doing anything else, but I began seriously pursuing a writing career in 2011.

I love coffee and Sunday Brunch, especially on a patio, but my true obsession is water— lakes, rivers, oceans, waterfalls! And sand... dig your toes in, soft! On the weekend, you’ll probably find me near water and if I’m lucky, on an ocean beach.

By day I am an Executive Administrative Assistant. By night, when I’m not writing books, I’m devouring them. I blog my reviews and thoughts on writing at BooksbyDLWhite.com.

DL White Books

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Brunch at Ruby'sby DL WhitePublish: Mar 24, 2015Ruby'sContemporary Romance Romance Women's Fiction African American Interest
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The Guy Next Door: A Potter Lake Novelby DL WhitePublish: Sep 08, 2019Potter LakeContemporary Romance Romance Women's Fiction African American Interest
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Leslie's Curl & Dyeby DL WhitePublish: Sep 09, 2017Potter LakeContemporary Romance Romance Women's Fiction African American Interest
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Dinner at Sam's: A Ruby's Novelby DL WhitePublish: Apr 28, 2017Ruby'sContemporary Romance Romance Women's Fiction African American Interest
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Beach Thingby DL WhitePublish: Sep 17, 2016Contemporary Romance Romance Women's Fiction African American Interest
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Unexpected: A Holiday Shortby DL WhitePublish: Nov 14, 2017Contemporary Romance Romance Women's Fiction African American Interest
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Second Time Around: A Potter Lake Holiday Shortby DL WhitePublish: Dec 25, 2018Potter LakeContemporary Romance Romance Women's Fiction African American Interest

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      • DL White DL White 1 month ago
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      • Being able to live off of my writing, on some level. But also being someone's favorite author. Changing the culture, pushing the narrative, improving with every work, and making connections. I'm not there yet, I know that. But I am closer with every release.
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      • DL White DL White 2 months ago
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      • Oh boy. Lots going on in publishing period, but since I self publish I think the practice of stuffing books in kindle unlimited unfairly takes opportunities from authors who are honest.
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      • DL White DL White 2 months ago
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      • I have two books that I unpublished because they didn't meet the standard anymore. I would rewrite them if I had the desire to. But I don't! Haha.
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      • DL White DL White 2 months ago
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      • I once heard that my writing reminded someone of Terry McMillan and I was absolutely giddy. To be compared to anyone is really a compliment, to be honest.
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      • DL White DL White 2 months ago
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      • Well, I hope I have become a better, more skilled writer. I have certainly learned a lot about plotting, putting a story together, keeping interest through the middle and bringing the story to a close. I believe that reading good writing helps every author, so I have taken strengths from other authors and put them to work for myself. My writing style has matured and, I believe, improved greatly over the past five years. Although i still read my debut and wouldn't change a thing.
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      • DL White DL White 2 months ago
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      • I read reviews, but for a specific purpose and only select reviews. I fully believe that reviews are for readers, to share the experience with others who want to buy the book. I like for review spaces to be clear of that 'hovering' feeling, like the author is watching. Readers should feel free to be themselves in those spaces.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 2 months ago
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    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • DL White DL White 2 months ago
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      • Well, I saw some great advice the other day that I subscribe to-- use your emotion. Journal your hard days, your tough moments and use that. It deepens your writing and makes your scenes more realistic. But also find a way to step out, step away, get some distance and clarity to give you perspective. At times, a scene that seemed perfect yesterday is entirely too dramatic today.
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      • DL White DL White 2 months ago
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      • I needed an outlet. After the death of my brother, I needed a way to get my feelings out, to emote. I chose the written word and don't regret it.
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