Bestselling Author and Singer/Songwriter

New Music Press Release





Rogue Music & Entertainment, LLC

Chris Harrell, Co-founder and CEO


With a Debut Novel That’s Earned Over 1 Million Reads Online, Angel Looks to Share Her Creative Talents with New Music

ATLANTA, GA (May 29, 2019) – Angel, also known online as Angel the Author, is set to release her debut single July 5th. just in time for summer. The song, entitled “He’s Got Me Saying,” is a sensual, sexy track with an infectious hook that’s all about love and infatuation. “Make way for a summer of love, listening to this song!” Angel optimistically tells fans.

Having success online with over 1 million reads on her debut novel, Electric Impulse: Love, Life & Sex, Angel wants to expand on that experience for her readers, while also gaining new music fans. The new single organically ties back to the book, but both works exist independent of one another. So, whether you like to read good books, listen to great music or do both, you have options with her.

Unapologetic, Angel admits, “Being a writer and singer/songwriter is not a path that’s been carved out by many. But it’s where I am. And I want to share it.” 

Look for “He’s Got Me Saying” across all major streaming platforms July 5th. Get updates on her upcoming music and books at Follow her online at Wattpad, Instagram and Facebook @AngeltheAuthor320. Follow her on Twitter @AngelAuthor320. 

About Angel

Angel is an all-around artistic soul. Writing and singing have always been a part of who she is. Discovering a talent for weaving tall tales at a young age, she learned to thrive as a creative storyteller. Today, she is the author of Electric Impulse, which has been acquired by Wattpad, a social reading community with over 70 million monthly users. If writing is her passion, then singing is her First Love. She’s been singing since she was 5, holding informal competitions against her soul-singing cousins. The day she finally won, she knew music was where she wanted to be. Listening to artists such as Whitney Houston, Lauryn Hill and Aaliyah, inspired her to become the singer she is today; sultry and soulful with a hint of pop, truthful and authentic in her lyrics, and subtle and sleek in style.

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Are Small Presses the Secret to Injecting Diversity into Romance?

Indie Author Angel Hilson's Quest to Find Her Place in the Publishing Industry


ATLANTA, May 17, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Debut author, Angel Hilson is excited to announce the release of her new contemporary romance, ELECTRIC IMPULSE - Love, Life & Sex, out June 19th. But just as her novel is a story worth reading, so too is the journey to founding her own small literary press, Writers' Raven Publishing.

"Free at last!" she recounts. "These words hung over my head in a thought bubble as I happily packed up my desk and left my tiny corporate cubicle for the last time." Inspired by the tidal wave unleashed by E.L. James, she set off to live her dream and make a splash of her own.

A year later, Angel had written a new adult novel and began querying choice agents with the hopes of getting signed. When the agent that topped her list of must-haves requested the manuscript, she was over the moon. In her enthusiasm, she delved in, learning as much as she could about this dream agent.

But what she found, she wished she had not.

"NO AFRICAN AMERICAN was listed in bold lettering under works to never, under any circumstances send. But that's exactly who I am, and it was what I wrote," she says. The unexpected find knocked her off her square. Angel admits, it was a time of deep reflection and self-doubt. It came as no surprise, when she received the decisive no.

(A phrase she admits she now gives too much thought to thanks to Kanye's Infamous Slavery Blunder)

The looming possibility of failure forced her to have to make a choice. But that implies having knowledge of her options and the means to exercise them. At the time, she had neither. So, what's a girl to do?

She researched nonstop and found interesting tidbits that put a fire in her belly to act. Sisters Bea and Leah Koch, owners of The Ripped Bodice, best summed up the state of affairs in their annual The State of Racial Diversity in Romance Publishing Report. "For every 100 books published by the leading romance publishers in 2017, only 6.2 were written by people of color. Down from 7.8 in 2016." And this is in spite of the fact that 60% of the 2017 Ripped Bodice's bestsellers were written by authors of color.

Somehow the industry isn't catching on to this trend. A Publishers Weekly article, "Why Publishing Is So White," shed light on the sad fact that 79% of the industry is indeed, white. It appears diversity isn't getting the priority it deserves.

Armed with this unsavory news, she felt she could now choose a different outcome. Never be a slave to statistics. The gatekeepers in the publishing industry may view black romance writers as radioactive, but Angel wants to do something about it. At this pivotal moment, she details "I chose to go out, slash and burn and forge my own path in this uncharted territory of diversity in romance. I founded a small press, Writers' Raven Publishing, with the purpose of tipping the scale, starting with ELECTRIC IMPULSE."

Journalist Jamie Green had it right in her exploration of the role of today's romance in a Buzzfeed article, saying romance is a sharing of perspective. And "That sharing of perspective is a kind of literary whisper network from woman to woman…While men weren't looking, women built a genre that tackles love, sex, pleasure, class, money, feminism, masculinity and equality."

Angel wants the same opportunity to share her perspective. "It's time to stop wanting and waiting for the slow-moving, grey-bearded giant that is traditional publishing to open its eyes to this new dawn. While it sleeps, I'll nimbly slip past the gate and unlock the back door. One small press at a time, one author of color at a time and one book at a time, is how I contribute to the solution. How will you?" she asks.

Aria Davenport, the fictional protagonist from the contemporary romance, ELECTRIC IMPULSE, is getting ready to graduate from college. Eager to snag her diploma and make her mark on the world, she's looking forward to adulthood bliss with her beau. But he has different plans. She's blindsided when, the day before graduation, he dumps her in a very public way. She graduates with a dismal outlook on life. How can she recover from such a stunning blow?

In walks Phoenix Prescott, a Forbes-celebrated real estate mogul. The moment he sets eyes on Aria, he wants her. Being a wealthy playboy comes with its share of perks. Even though the attraction between them is undeniable, Aria isn't one to play by his rules. Will she let down her walls long enough to take another chance on love? Will his secrets or her insecurities end it all before it's begun?

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