Sister Souljah heads to Lauderdale Lakes Library

On Thursday, November 19, the organization Readingpaysmore will be hosting author and activist Sister Souljah at the Lauderdale Lakes Library Educational and Cultural Center. Come hear her talk about how parents can instill a love of reading in their children.

The celebrated author will give a public reading, as well as be available for book signing. A selection of her best sellers will also be available for sale at the event.

Sister Souljah (born Lisa Williamson) is an American five-time national best-selling author, activist and film producer. In 2007, she became a New York Times Best Selling author and has since charted in the top ten of the NYT list three times over. She has penned the novels “The Coldest Winter Ever,” “Midnight, A Gangster Love Story,” “Midnight and The Meaning of Love,” as well as non-fiction book, “No Disrespect.” On November 10th, her newest novel, “A Moment of Silence, MIDNIGHT III” was released wherever books are sold.

“ReadingPaysMore is proud to be partnering with Lauderdale Lakes Library and Pyramid Books to give South Florida residents a chance to meet the acclaimed author,” said Georgia D.N. Robinson, Esq., Founder of ReadingPaysMore. “Sister Souljah is an example of how the love of reading can expand our minds and open opportunities we never dreamed were possible. Her books inspire, entertain and educate.”

Readingpaysmore is a non-profit organization that advocates for the financial and other rewards of reading to children and adults. Their vision is that children and adults will use reading as a daily activity to expand their minds, hearts and lives.


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