Forest Park Branch
Second Wednesday of every month | 1:30 – 2:30 PM | 18+
Starts Wednesday September 11!
Join fellow urban fiction book lovers for a lively discussion of the New York Times bestselling novels written by Sister Souljah. Sister Souljah’s novels deal with universal themes of faith, love, and integrity. She is quoted as saying:
I’m a college graduate, and if I read something like Romeo and Juliet, I’m reading about a gang fight, I’m reading about young love, young sex, longing. I’m reading the same themes that I’m writing in my books. So if somebody comes along and says, “Yours is street literature” – what was Shakespeare’s?
Copies of the discussion books will be available for pickup at the Forest Park Branch Library prior to the discussion. No sign up is required; however, please contact the branch if you have questions. +
September 11 – The Coldest Winter Ever
October 9 – Midnight: A Gangster Love Story
November 13 – Midnight and the Meaning of Love
December 11 – A Deeper Love Inside: the Porsche Santiaga Story
January 8 – A Moment of Silence: Midnight III