We Are Global: A Look Into Latrivia Nelson’s Fan Base

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I’ve been working along diligently on this book, and let me just say that it has not been easy.  This is clearly one of the most challenging books that I’ve ever had to write but it is also very fulfilling.  Every chapter completed is one step closer to completion and one step closer to fulfilling my newest goal.

I know that people are patiently awaiting The World in Reverse and I promise you that it is so close to completion, but we want to provide you with a great product, something that won’t get me beat up at my next book signing (lol).  So, it’s taking more time than originally planned, but hey, I think you’ll like it.

In the process of working on the book, the team and I noticed something that was…well…amazing.  We noticed that our list had grown exponentially from 58 countries to 124 countries.  We have reached twice as many countries since we last checked.  It really got me perked up.  I was amazed and humbled and grateful and all of those words.

There is a tracker that lets us know on both our blogs and our websites, exactly what countries are visiting and how often.  With such a diverse group of readers, I wanted to recognize everyone all at once and say a sincere thank you for visiting the sites and staying engaged.

Anywhoo…let’s do a country-by-country roll call for the last week.  Remember that the list according to unique hits.  So, if your country is towards the top of the list then that means that more people from your country visit the site.  Again, thanks so much for your support.

 

  1. United States
  2. Canada
  3. United Kingdom
  4. Trinidad and Tobago
  5. Barbados
  6. France
  7. Australia
  8. Brazil
  9. Germany
  10. Indonesia
  11. Bahamas
  12. Russian Federation
  13. India
  14. Netherlands
  15. Jamaica
  16. South Africa
  17. Sweden
  18. Malaysia
  19. New Zealand
  20. Ukraine
  21. Italy
  22. Greece
  23. Poland
  24. Czech Republic
  25. Philippines
  26. Turkey
  27. Thailand
  28. Mexico
  29. Romania
  30. Portugal
  31. Belgium
  32. Republic of Korea
  33. Japan
  34. Serbia
  35. Spain
  36. Denmark
  37. Slovakia
  38. Switzerland
  39. United Arab Emirates
  40. Morocco
  41. Saint Lucia
  42. Iceland
  43. Ireland
  44. Pakistan
  45. Colombia
  46. Austria
  47. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  48. Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic
  49. Saudi Arabia
  50. Kenya
  51. Latvia
  52. Bulgaria
  53. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  54. Singapore
  55. Finland
  56. Egypt
  57. Argentina
  58. Norway
  59. Taiwan
  60. Israel
  61. Slovenia
  62. Virgin Islands
  63. Qatar
  64. Costa Rica
  65. Kuwait
  66. Chile
  67. Cayman Islands
  68. Albania
  69. Zimbabwe
  70. Hungary
  71. Algeria
  72. Croatia
  73. Venezuela
  74. Myanmar
  75. Peru
  76. Sudan
  77. Grenada
  78. Bangladesh
  79. Lebanon
  80. Tunisia
  81. Haiti
  82. Mauritius
  83. Antigua and Barbuda
  84. Sri Lanka
  85. Bermuda
  86. Jordan
  87. Nigeria
  88. Malta
  89. Viet Nam
  90. Guam
  91. Ecuador
  92. Georgia
  93. Syrian Arab Republic
  94. Guyana
  95. Namibia
  96. Belarus
  97. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  98. El Salvador
  99. Palestinian Territory, Occupied
  100. Bolivia
  101. Lithuania
  102. Chad
  103. Ghana
  104. Estonia
  105. Cyprus
  106. British Virgin Islands
  107. Dominican Republic
  108. Samoa
  109. Guatemala
  110. Saint Martin
  111. New Caledonia
  112. Cambodia
  113. Tajikistan
  114. Mozambique
  115. Hong Kong
  116. Bahrain
  117. Libya
  118. Anguilla
  119. Paraguay
  120. Angola
  121. Uruguay
  122. Uganda
  123. Azerbaijan
  124. Aruba
  125. Madagascar
  126. Iraq
  127. Moldova
  128. Puerto Rico

 

 

Awesome Interview with the Legendary Koko Brown for The Grunt

This truly has been a crazy week.  We’re currently working on the foundation for our new imprint, Taboo, a project that will launch in the summer of 2012 for Interracial Romance Readers globally.  I’ve been writing up a storm on The Chronicles of Young Dmitry Medlov: Volume 4, The World in Reverse and Saving Anya.  Plus, I have completed seven book club meetings and it’s only Tuesday.  However, I’m doing what I love, and because of that I know that I’m blessed.

Koko Brown really made my week with the latest review of The Grunt.  Words cannot express how proud I was to read this. I woke Adam up from his nap and made him read it twice.  Even he had to smile, and those who know Adam know how hard it is to make him smile.

So, I want to share this review with you.  Here’s the link.  Please check it out.  Respond.  Tell her what you think and share it with others. 

Link: http://kokobrown.net/2011/09/whos-in-the-hot-seat-author-latrivia-nelson.html

Thanks so much to all the reviewers who have taken the time to write a review about The Grunt and thanks so much to all the readers who have read the book.  Thanks to Koko for making my week go a little smoother. 

Hope all is well.

XoXo and all that jazz,

Latrivia S. Nelson (one happy woman)

New Book in The Lonely Heart Series: Finding Opa!

Stacey Lane Bryant has three rules.  She doesn’t drive; she doesn’t travel; and she most definitely will not date.  From the outside, this odd-ball, thirties-something, single black woman is simply a creature of habit who has been beaten down by the tragedies of life.  However those on the inside know that she’s the widow of esteemed astrophysicist Drew Bryant, a highly sought after best-selling romance author and a devoted cat lover.  The rules are simply designed to keep her safe and keep her sane. 

However, someone didn’t tell the Greek bombshell, Dr. Hunter Fourakis, that rules weren’t meant to be broken.  While at his favorite pub, he eyes Stacey and instantly falls under her spell.  Only, his rusty moves don’t get him far with the brilliant introvert, who quickly leaves just to get out of his grasp.

What is meant to be will be, and the two run into each other in another chance encounter.  This time Hunter is able to convince Stacey not only to go out on a spur-of-the-moment date with him but also to consider an unorthodox proposal that would benefit them both.    

Hunter’s late wife was killed while serving in Iraq, and he mourns every year for two months and three days.  The mourning period is usually miserable for Hunter, but this time, he wants to celebrate life.  Stacey’s second romance novel is due to her agent in two months but is totally lacking motivation or passion, because she hasn’t gotten over her late husband.  Considering that they both need someone for a short period of time to fulfill very specific needs, they agree to be each other’s help mate temporarily.  Only as deprived widows, pressured professionals and lonely hearts, they find that while deadlines pass and mourning time ends, love lasts forever.

Read this romantic tale about two people who fight through tragic personal loss, family prejudices and age-old traditions to find good old fashion love in the second book of the Lonely Hearts Series, Finding Opa!