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Rose S.


Opa Locka, FL

Member since:

June 14, 2011

What is your favorite book to moive adaptation?

So far, it has been John Irving's The World According to Garp! Forest Gump was great as both book and movie but not a lot in common. Diary of Anne Frank also was faithful, I tohught. Roots, too. So, several different ones.

What is your favorite book genre / type of book to read?

ANYTHING! I mean, I am reading right now a book about Robert Johnson. Nefore that, two books abotu educating black boys. So, like my taste in jewelry, my tastes in booksl is definitely catholic and eclectic!

Why did you decide to join a bookclub?

Love to read. Love to meet people.

Are you a Miami/Florida native or new to town? If you are new, what made you move here?

From Mississippi.

What's the last book you read cover to cover?

How to educate black boys by Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu.


Okay, to be perfectly honest, I have written a novel called Walk in Bethel, adn I woudl love to have it on your list. I would also love to JOIN a book club (with women, as I do love to read AND write. So,,,

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