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|Sometimes after a long hard day, whether it’s from work and from being with the children all day, there is a time when you want to go to your quiet place, kick your shoes off, sit in that plush chair that you’ve been thinking about all day, kick your feet up and sink you mind into a great novel. This is that place. There’s something special when you can come into this room knowing that your fellow readers are here with you ready to open up your imagination. That’s what reading is about. Our imagination.
S.U.T book club is the place where the characters come to life and you didn’t realize it. In here, not only are we sharing our thoughts about a book we’ve read or the author who wrote it, but we’re stirring up each others minds, making our imagination become colorful. If your a writer and hit a stumbling block, we’re here to help move that block out of the way.
So take off your shoes, kick your feet up and enjoy. Your among friends.
|The books we’re currently reading is “Touch” by Envy Red|
this is her debut book and can be bought at any book store, including Amazon and Barnes and Noble. It’s also available on the barnes and nobles NookColor as well as the Nook. And it’s available on the Amazon kindle.
Envy Red is a Washington DC area native by way of Birmingham, AL. A two time graduate of the University of Maryland, she resides in Southern Maryland with her two boys. She is driven by a firm desire to make a charitable mark on society. Through her weekly blogs, short stories, and appearances she promotes awareness of the sexual health issues plaguing the nation. As the founder of the “Free Minds Project,” a youth and prison outreach program, Envy Red is dedicated to promoting literacy, helping individuals realize their potential, and achieve their dreams. As a board member of Homebound Citizens Non-Profit, assisting homebound citizens and the homeless population, the journey to help others shall be realized one person at a time.
| The other book is “The Shack” by William Paul Young,
Wm. Paul Young was born a Canadian and raised among a Stone Age tribe by his missionary parents in the highlands of former New Guinea. He suffered great loss as a child and young adult and now enjoys the “wastefulness of grace” with his family in the Pacific Northwest. First released as a self-published book in 2007, this simple fable about a man, a shack, and a godly visitor has already garnered one of the most striking word-of-mouth sales surges in recent years. This mass market edition will extend its success.