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Book Club: July Book of the Month

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When I first read ‘True to the Game,’ over two decades ago it was the first book I truly fell in love with. I found it right smack dab in the middle of my obsession with Urban Fiction; aka ‘street lit’ aka street fiction. But most Urban Fiction is a genre defined by socio-economic realities and ghetto culture. The tone is usually dark and grimy focusing on sex, violence and the streets

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Five Must-Read Books by Caribbean Writers

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Most of the world is practicing social distancing or self-isolation so what better time to catch up on all of the books that youโ€™ve been meaning to read. Youโ€™ve got the time right!? These are not just good books, these are books that will make you lose track of time and provide a little escape.ย  With all this time and nowhere to go here are some books that will help you stop looking at the clock.

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Book Club: June Book of the Month

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When I first read ‘True to the Game,’ over two decades ago it was the first book I truly fell in love with. I found it right smack dab in the middle of my obsession with Urban Fiction; aka ‘street lit’ aka street fiction. But most Urban Fiction is a genre defined by socio-economic realities and ghetto culture. The tone is usually dark and grimy focusing on sex, violence and the streets

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Book Club: May Book of the Month

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When I first read ‘True to the Game,’ over two decades ago it was the first book I truly fell in love with. I found it right smack dab in the middle of my obsession with Urban Fiction; aka ‘street lit’ aka street fiction. But most Urban Fiction is a genre defined by socio-economic realities and ghetto culture. The tone is usually dark and grimy focusing on sex, violence and the streets

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