It’s day 2 of my ‘A Love For All Times’ Virtual Book Tour and I’m making a stop at the SistahFriend Book Club.
Club members asked me to give them one word to describe myself. To find out what that word is and much more, visit the SistahFriend Book Club . I’ll be their Spotlight Author for August and sharing an excerpt from my new novel, When a Man Loves a Woman!
The SistahFriend Book Club is a local and online reading and networking group for women that focuses on reading and discussing books by African-Americans and promoting unity through women empowerment and fellowship. Founded in November 2004 by Tasha Martin, the sisterhood began with four members in Columbia, South Carolina. Once a month, members bond as sisters and discuss literary works in settings designed according to a theme, place, or character in a selected read.
In March of 2007, the SFBC opened its membership online, adding an interactive dimension to its website, http://www.sistahfriend.com/. Online features include: book reviews, author spotlights, book features, author and reader chats, and a message board for both readers and writers to stay connected. The group also publishes an online newsletter once a month to highlight authors and women leaders in the community. In the Fall of 2007, the club began hosting authors at site meetings and conducting live book reviews with the online radio show, Urban Literary Review. At the start of 2008, the SFBC will celebrate its third anniversary by opening a second branch in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Until next time – stay well and be blessed!