IN CELEBRATION OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH....we've invited four local, successful African American female authors for a book talk! This event is free and open to the public but you must RSVP (see below)!
Retired 36th District Court Chief Judge Marylin Atkins shares her memoir, "The Triumph of Rosemary," a tale of how love triumphs over race, abuse and scandal.
Life coach and therapist, Pauline Everette, Ph.D., offers help for healthy, successful relationships in her new book "Finding and Keeping Romantic Love: Relationship Tips for People over Fifty."
Corporate executive Juliette Okotie-Eboh, Ph.D., sets out a step by step road map on how to negotiate the minefield to professional success in her book, "10 Things I Know."
Seasoned author and journalist Desiree Cooper, brings stories from her award-winning, break-out collection, "Know the Mother."
Books will be available to purchase and signing at the reading. The first ten guests will be able to purchase a bundle of all four books for $44, a savings of $17.
Limited space: RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or to 313-477-0222
DateSunday, February 11, 2018
8325 E. Jefferson Ave.