Saturday, October 28, 2017

A Reader's World


    I found this list in a forum called Book Goals. Many books listed from some of the members are wild and random to me, like what? One forum member has Ann Frank listed as her memoir/journal category. I've learned so much from white people from their interest, style and taste in music, history and random everyday things. I like reading and watching things otherwise criticized by the black community when really we should be more accepting and open minded about what they're into. I've had some eye popping moments about things they find interesting.
   Anyway, I took the time to fill in my list and it was difficult to be honest. Out of the many books I've read I never thought about some of the values in what I was filling my imagination with. Many erotica-noir books are about the same thing just told with a different twist. So, check it out and fill in your own. If you don't have a genre to fill, then you have some work to do!
 
-Para 
  • A book you read in school: Of Mice and Men (can't tell you what it's about)
  • A book from your childhood: Goosebumps
  • A book published over 100 years ago: N/A
  • A book published in the last year: Bravery by Adam Kirch
  • A non-fiction book: Pleasure by Eric Jerome Dickey
  • A book written by a male author: Flyy Girl by Omar Tyree
  • A book written by a female author: Coldest Winter Ever: Sista Soulja
  • A book written by someone who isn’t a writer: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck: Mark Manson 
  • A book that became a film: Addicted : Zane
  • A book published in the 20th Century: 1984: George Orwell // Green Eggs & Ham: Dr. Seuss
  • A book set in your hometown/ region: N/A
  • A book with a number in the title : 11/22/63: Stephen King
  • A book with someone’s name in the title: Sula: Toni Morrison
  • A book with a character with your first name: N/A
  • A book someone else recommended to you: The Shadow of Your Smile: Mary Higgins Clark
  • A book with over 500 pages: East of Eden by John Steinbeck (need to read)
  • A book you can finish in a day: The Skin I'm In : Sharon G. Flake
  • A previously banned book: Art of War by Sun Tzu
  • A book with a one-word title: Addicted: Zane
  • A book translated from another language: Like Water for Chocolate : Laura Esquivel (!!)
  • A book that will improve a specific area of your life:
  • A memoir or journal
  • A book written by someone younger than you
  • A book set somewhere you will be visiting this year
  • An award winning book
  • A self-published book

Monday, March 30, 2015

Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea

Between April 9-26 the Phoenix Theatre will be featuring a new play 
about a "present-day hero’s quest exploring the lengths and depths
 we must go to redeem history’s wrongs." 
list of events taking place the week of its debut!
Buy your tickets here: vendini 
Tickets are selling fast! 

Jazzy Spoken Word Event !


THE ORIGINAL OPEN MIC POETRY PARTY

Back by popular demand we have Mr. Go Hard Himself Brimestone 
bringing Detroit open mic flavor to the 317!!!
Located at 5299 east 38th St
Every Wednesday!
$5 after 9pm
Come out and sign the list!!