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Suzetta Perkins and Pamela Smith founded the Sistahs Book Club in April 1999.  The group began with a membership of 10 women and today, 15 women make up the group.  Each month the women come together to share and discuss ideas, philosophy, and interpretations of the books chosen for reading.  The club reads a diverse group of authors with the main foci being African-American authors.  The types of books read cross a wide genre to include biographies, mysteries, social issues, conflict and crisis, to good sister-girlfriend novels.

Suzetta and Pam started the book club to bring positive people together who wanted to be part of a positive experience and enjoyed reading.  The book club is a place to let your hair down, express ideas and feelings freely, and bond together as sisters while increasing ones intellect and sharpening the mind. 

The Sistahs Book Club is involved in community service activities.  The club visits quarterly an adopted rest home to read, sing, and spread Sistahly love and warmth to the residents.   They also have participated in a 5K run/walk in support of the Rape Crisis Center of Fayetteville to helping victims of both hurricane Floyd and Katrina.

The Sistahs' motto is Knowledge and Empowerment."


Upcoming Book Tour Dates

May 15th, 2021 - Virtual Book Club Event with STCC
Books: Two Down: The Inconvenient Truth and Dirty Bones
November 12-14, 2021 A Literary Retreat - Savannah, GA
A Literary Retreat for Women Who Love to Read Book: What’s Love Got to Do With It

What the Readers are Saying

"Suzetta Perkins is a writer that can make a man feel right at home reading her fiction about 50-something year old women. Her story telling of women we all know in life who are living and enjoying life, might be 50 is the new 35. The women are sexy not only in looks, but also mentally confident in many ways. The demographic is sexy and classy and any man would like to have a chance to meet the characters.In many ways, Silver Bullets allowed me a man, to see into a world beyond the surface of the demographic that Suzetta Perkins wrote about in the book. I read the breaking down of the surface and stereotypical assumptions when you don't know afemale person(s) life Silver Bullets is great read, that is funny, smart, and well-written sexy conversations for a group that in these days and times is front and center and important in the world. Silver Bullets is a good book for all to read.Alvin L. A. Horn the author of the novels One Safe Place and Perfect Circle Romantic Blues Publishing (Consignment)

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