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Readers, writers share love of indie black romance novels in Atlanta

In this episode of accessAtlanta, podcast producer Bria Felicien invites you into the world of independently published romance novels, written by, for and about black people. 

Felicien takes you to a book signing, where she interviews black romance writers and readers, and they share what they love most about the genre. 

Plus, host Shane Harrison shares things to do in and around Atlanta over the next 10 days, INDECENT at Theatrical Outfit and Wire at Variety Playhouse. 

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