Wednesday, November 26, 2014


Thanks to Tananarive Due’s speech on YouTube at the 2014 Platform Summit, I think that I have found my tribe.  Afrofuturism is—as best described By Rahkyt/Mark Rockeymoore at as “a movement represented by black authors, academics, Hip Hop headz and performers alike, all sharing a similar fascination with futuristic themes and expressions of modern societal tropes under the guise of the fantastic.”

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Pre-order your copy of Daughter of Gods and Shadows!
Artist:  liselotte-eriksson


The past, present, future, and the afterlife converge on Andromeda, the Seer of the Ages.   At any given time, she can exist in more than one dimension and has insights into the world unlike any other.  Her role is to see that the Prophecy of the Omens is fulfilled and she has sacrificed herself to the torturous ways of the Demon to ensure that it is.  The first Redeemer played her part four thousand years ago.  Now it’s time for the reborn, the Redeemer reincarnated to finish what her predecessor started.  Andromeda’s job is to orchestrate this symphony to perfection and wait for it to play out.
Daughter of Gods and Shadows by Jayde Brooks will be released February 3, 2015

Monday, November 17, 2014

Artist:  Eriza Rico


Myth.  Legend.  Goddess.  Demon?  What was Mkombozi if not all of these things and more.  She was born to be the Redeemer, Theia’s savior and the only being alive who could kill the Demon, Sakarabru.  But to destroy him, she has to survive bonding with the Omens, essences of him, and elements of his power, to become him.    Mkombozi was born to fulfill a prophecy and she does, but in becoming all that she was prophesied to be, she loses her soul and her life.

Daughter of Gods and Shadows by Jayde Brooks will be released February 3, 2015