Nubian Lit Book Club Spotlight

WREEL READERS Book Club

 

Founded January 2004, WREEL Readers selected “Sisterhood Situation” by Janette McCarthy Louard as the first book for the group to read and discuss at its February 2004 meeting.  “Sisterhood Situation” is based on the relationship of four very different women whose friendship remains true — blue as they face life, love, heartaches, and joy.  This selection proved to be the most befitting as the group’s first selection.  WREEL Readers started with four members who remain loyal to the vision of reading to enhance and enrich our lives.  We read books that are thought provoking and may be applied to aspects of our daily lives.  WREEL Readers consist of a group of positive women with diverse backgrounds and has become a sisterhood.

WREEL Readers has grown from one group to two groups based in Orlando and Tampa, Florida.  Although, the group has increased in size we continue to remain loyal to the vision of not only enhancing and enriching our lives but the lives of those around us.  It is our goal to promote self-awareness and increase literacy in our community.
 
We meet of each month for literary discussions. In addition, we participate in various social and community activities throughout the year.  Click on events for more information.

Motto:Women Reading to Enhance and Enrich Lives

Mission: To enhance and enrich our lives through reading and remaining culturally aware of our environment.

Belief: We believe that as we read, cultivate, enhance, and enrich our lives, we enhance and enrich the lives of those around us.

Goal: To promote self-awareness and increase literacy in our community
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