Thank you for visiting my romance writing website.

My first novel, A Heart to Mend is a story of self discovery and unconditional love in the vibrant city of Lagos Nigeria. My second Novel, A Love Rekindled, is about first love, ethnic conflict and broken promises, the synopsis is in the book trailer below. Both books are available in stores and Amazon.com.

I hope you enjoy looking around, and use the top tabs to find out more about the books and direct link and where and how to buy them. You can also join me at the following online destinations;

Romance Meets Life, where I share my observations about love and life, and excerpts from any current Work-In-Progress. I also curate posts from other writers on relationships, and news, pop culture, entertainment, etc.

Naija Stories, a website I set up as my commitment to promoting Nigerian Fiction after my books were published. It is a social network for Nigerian writers and an avenue for readers and publishers to discover new authors and for writers to share their work, gain recognition, and connect with their audience and each other.

The Business of Writing, where I bring my experience of making an income from writing online to work for other writers, bloggers and small business owners, making blogging, self publishing and social media marketing easy for them.

Thanks for coming with me on the journey and I promise you that there will be more lovely stories. Above all, keep believing in yourself and love!!!!

Introducing Delaney Diamond's Johnson Family Trilogy

Delaney Diamond is a bestselling author of sweet and passionate romance novels and the creator of Romance Novels in Color, a review site that encourages diversity in the genre. Delaney also loves reading, and trying out new recipes, as well as dining out, and traveling. You can find free reads and first chapter of all her novels are at www.delaneydiamond.com. Check out her new Johnson Family Trilogy below, and click on the covers to buy on Amazon ...

Fifty Shades of Grey - Fifty Shades of Grammar

Although it topped bestseller lists around the world, E. L. James’ erotic romance novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, was widely panned by critics for its poor use of language.

The Grammarly team reviewed the book for spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors, and learned that -- although there were some mistakes -- the errors were in alignment with similar gaffes in celebrated romances. It seems that the language of love really is a language of its own!

I can provide you with a list of the most frequent grammar mistakes from Fifty Shades of Grey, as well as some quotes from classic romances that also make these mistakes -- from Tender is the Night to Wuthering Heights to Pride and Prejudice.

Take a look at the infographic below...