Welcome to the virtual lounging area of Synithia Williams, writer of contemporary romances as hot as their southern setting.

Synithia has loved romance novels since reading her first one at the age of 13. It was only natural she would begin penning her own soon after. It wasn’t until 2010 that she began to actively pursue her dream of becoming a published author. She completed her first novel, You Can’t Plan Love, in the fall of 2010 and sold it to Crimson Romance in 2012. When she isn’t writing, she works for local government on development issues while balancing the needs of her husband and two sons.



Just My Type Cover

Available June 2, 2014 from Crimson Romance, Amazon, B&N, iTunes, Kobo


AHTH Cover

Available Now from Crimson Romance



CIMRWA buttonYou Can’t Plan Love finaled in the first annual Abalone Awards!! The Abalone Awards are presented by the Cultural, Interracial and Multicultural Chaper of Romance Writers of America (CIMRWA)!  According to the CIMRWA website, the purpose of The Abalone Awards is to professionally uplift and support writers and recognize outstanding published and unpublished works of writers of Ethno-Cultural Romance.

The winner will be annouced at the 2013 Romance Writers of America national conference in Atlanta, GA (July 17-19, 2013).

You Can’t Plan Love released August 20, 2012 from Crimson Romance. It is avaialbe in e-book and print at Crimson Romance, Amazon and B&N. Blurb available under the Books tab.

Calender of Events:

May 17, 2014: South Carolina Book Festival, Columbia Convention Center

June 2, 2014: Release day for Just My Type from Crimson Romance

June 2, 2014: Guest post on Romance Lives Forever

June 10, 2014: Spotlight of author Candace Shaw‘s new release Her Perfect Candidate

June 10, 2014: Just My Type spotlight on Candace Shaw’s blog

June 24, 2014: Blog Swap with author Holley Trent

July 7 – 18, 2014: Just My Type Virtual Book Tour with Tasty Book Tours



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