USA Today bestselling and award-winning author, Adriana Herrera was born and raised in the Caribbean, but for the last fifteen years has let her job (and her spouse) take her all over the world. She loves writing stories about people who look and sound like her people, getting unapologetic happy endings. Her work has been featured in The TODAY Show on NBC, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, Oprah Magazine, NPR, Library Journal, Publishers Weekly and The Washington Post. Her debut, American Dreamer, was selected as one of Booklist's Best Romance Debuts of 2019, and one of the Top 10 Romances of 2019 by Entertainment Weekly. Adriana is an outspoken advocate for diversity in romance and has written for Remezcla and Bustle about Own Voices in the genre. She's one of the co-creators of the Queer Romance PoC Collective. She lives in New York City.
Alexis Daria is an award-winning and bestselling romance author writing stories about successful Latinx characters and their (occasionally messy) familias. You Had Me at Hola, the first book in her Primas of Power series, was a national bestseller, New York Times Editor's Choice Pick and featured on several "Best of" lists from outlets like Oprah Magazine, Buzzfeed, Kirkus, and Bustle. Her latest release, A Lot Like Adiós, received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, Booklist, and Library Journal. A former visual artist, Alexis is a lifelong New Yorker who loves Broadway musicals and pizza.
Diana Muñoz Stewart is an award-winning author who writes diverse characters with a focus on justice, family, and love. Her stories reflect the optimism of a growing and inclusive society. As Booklist noted about her unflinching look at today's relevant issues in her Black Ops Confidential series, the author, "gives these topics hope." Diana Muñoz Stewart's work has been a BookPage Top 15 Romance of 2018, a Night Owl Top Pick, an Amazon Book of the Month, an Amazon Editor's pick, a Pages From The Heart Winner, a Book Page Top Pick, Golden Heart® Finalist, Daphne du Maurier Finalist, A Gateway to the Best Winner, and has reached #1 category bestseller on Amazon multiple times.Diana lives in an often chaotic and always welcoming home that-depending on the day-can hold husband, kids, extended family, friends, and a canine or two. A believer in the power of words to heal and connect, Diana has written multiple spotlight pieces on the strong, diverse women changing the world. Find out more about the causes Diana supports at her website here: https://dianamunozstewart.com/activists/
USA Today bestselling and award-winning author Mia Sosa writes funny, flirty, and moderately steamy contemporary romances that celebrate our multicultural world. Booklist recently called Mia "the new go-to author for fans of sassy and sexy contemporary romances," and her trade paperback debut, The Worst Best Man, won first place in the romance category of the 2020 International Latino Book Awards; was named one of the best romances of 2020 by Entertainment Weekly, Cosmopolitan, Oprah Magazine, Buzzfeed, and NPR; and received starred reviews across the board from Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, and Booklist. Before embarking on a writing career, Mia practiced First Amendment and media law in the nation's capital. Now she spends her days plotting stories and procrastinating on Twitter.
Priscilla Oliveras is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance with a Latinx flavor. Many of her novels, including her latest, Anchored Hearts, have earned multiple Starred Reviews and garnered praise from the Washington Post; O, Oprah's Magazine; Entertainment Weekly; Publishers Weekly and more. She completed her MFA in Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University where she now serves as adjunct faculty. A self-professed romance junkie, Priscilla's also a beach lover, sports fan, Zumba afficionado and hammock nap connoisseur.
Sabrina Sol is the chica who loves love. She writes sexy romance stories featuring strong and smart Latina heroines in search of their Happily Ever Afters. Sabrina and her books have been featured in Entertainment Weekly, Bookriot's "100 Must Read Rom-Coms," and PopSugar's list of "8 Up-and-Coming Latinx Romance Writers Who Should Be on Your Radar," and her Delicious Desires series made The Latina Book Club's Annual Books of The Year Lists in 2015 and 2016. Sabrina's common themes of food, family and love are woven into intricate plots that all connect for a powerful read that lingers in the hearts of readers. She is proud of her Mexican-American heritage, culture, and traditions-all of which can be found within the pages of her books. Sabrina is a native of Southern California, where she currently lives with her husband, three children and four dogs.
Zoey Castile was born in Ecuador and raised in Queens, New York. She started writing in her teens and pursued that love in her studies at Hunter College and the University of Montana. For nearly a decade, she worked as a bartender, hostess, and manager in New York City's glittering nightlife. She is the author of the acclaimed Happy Endings series, and her short fiction has appeared in Rogue Passions and Best Women's Erotica Vol. 6. As Zoraida Córdova, she serves on the board of We Need Diverse Books and is the author of seventeen novels, including the award-winning Labyrinth Lost, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge: A Crash of Fate, and The Inheritance of Orquídea Divina. She's the coeditor of the bestselling anthology Vampires Never Get Old and cohosts the writing podcast Deadline City. When she's not writing, Zoey is roaming the world in search of magical stories.