Welcome to our new feature The Motown Book Club.
Now is the time to read for Metro Detroit and what better way to celebrate the written word by featuring Michigan Authors more! See Below for our future books to read and don’t forget to join us for the chat at the end of the month with our July feature.
All they want is a nice, simple wedding, but their well-meaning neighbors are turning the no-fuss affair into the event of the decade. Bernadine, the town’s fairy godmother, wants Lily to have a storybook wedding fit for a princess, and Lily’s nine-year-old foster son is campaigning to be town preacher so he can officiate at the ceremony. Trouble multiplies when Trent is called on to help a new family move to town, not to mention Lily and Trent’s task of blending their families together.
With the bustle of the tight-knit, and often tightly wound, friends and family pushing them to the breaking point, the couple begins to wish they’d eloped. But, as they’ll soon be reminded, happiness in Henry Adams is meant to be shared.
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ABOUT THIS AUTHOR:
Beverly Jenkins grew up in Detroit and majored in journalism and English literature at Michigan State University. She has been featured in many national publications, including the Wall Street Journal, People, Dallas Morning News, and Vibe.
Book Chat with Author coming soon!
- July – Something Old Something New by Beverly Jenkins (www.beverlyjenkins.net)
- August – (Untitled) By Monique Mensah (www.moniquedmensah.com)
- September – Reserved
- October – Motown Book Club Mix and Mingle – Get Your Tickets Now (motownbookclubmixandmingle.eventbrite.com)
- November – Motown Literary Jam – RSVP Now! (www.essenceofmotownlitconference.com)
- December – (Untitled) by Monica Marie Jones (www.monicamariejones.com)
- January – Crack Vol 1 by Shaka Senghor (www.dropagempublishing.com)
- February – Open