Kindle Vella Spotlight – Delilah’s Desire – Sylvia Hubbard

Award-winning Detroit Author & Founder of Motown Writers, Sylvia Hubbard has independently published over 55 romance suspense books in over 20 years. As an avid blogger, podcaster, mompreneur expert, social media manager & digital strategist, Sylvia has received literary recognition for her literacy work, plus has had eight #1 Bestsellers.


Which five words best describe Delilah’s Desire?

 forbidden, interracial, steamy, intriguing, and May-December

Can you share one highlight from the book? 

 Delilah develops a desire for her fiance’s father. 

What is the purpose of this book?

To highlight how invisible scars to the soul are just as harmful to a person as visible scars that aren’t immediately addressed and tended to.

 Are there themes that you find turn up again and again in your work? A common thread?

 Healing the hurt and finding the uniqueness we bring to the world and of course, searching for our HEA and personal happiness.

Which character or part of the book was the most fun to write? Which part was the hardest?

Dag was fun – frustrating but fun. Learning about electricity and currents was hard but since I was already studying solar I wanted to delve deep into how we generate our own energy.

Can you tell us something that even your most loyal fans may not know about you?

 I’m bad on paper so I can be good in life. And I got a lot of bad stuff I want to do, so I’ll be writing for a long time.

Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?

 I just want to thank the current and the new readers who are supporting indie authors and let them know we (as indie authors) are forever grateful for their reading love.

Book link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BG15QJGD

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