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SoulFul Readers Book Club

Saturday, I was invited to lunch with the members of the Soulful Readers Book Club. "THE PARTY", my debut novel was selected as their book of the month for May.

I met Donna, Kelly, Kristin, and Kia, and had a blast. The ladies were very intuitive when it came to the characters of the novel, and Kristin even identified with one of the main characters. She stated that "Kendra" was her, in that she is the peace keeper of her circle of friends.

Donna loved the aspect of the five women in the novel remaining friends through all of their trials and tribulations, and was amazed that these women told one another everything! She said that some women only tell about 40% of what goes on in their lives, yet these women shared 100%.

I advised her that they didn't quite share 100% more like 80% because I based the characters on how I interact with my girls, my road dogs, my crew...whatever you choose to call them. My family are my true friends...I know that I can count on these women, confide and provide for them as they would me.

As usual, Saundra was whom they met, but in the end Sassy came forth and stole the day. The interested that our lively discussion generated prompted more sales of THE PARTY! Before leaving, I gave them some insight on the characters, how and where I drew my inspiration, how I started on my journey of writing, and they got a sneak peak into the lives of the CHARACTERS, of my next book.

I look forward to meeting you all again and to hear what you have to say about my forthcoming novel, as yet untitled.

Thanks to Donna, Kelly, Kristin, and Kia - THE SOULFUL READERS.



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