2008 Literary Reflections – The Damascus Road Authors

We are continuing to survey authors and writers about some of their favorite books from their 2008 reading list. This week we will take a look at the Damascus Road Authors’ picks. The Damascus Road Authors came together with the common desire to help support the literary goals of its members. Formed in late 2007, the founding members consisted of Linda Beed, Maurice Gray, Wanda Campbell,  and LaCricia A’ngelle.

Jezebel by Jacquelin Thomas
Talk to Me by Pat Simmons

.. says Linda Beed, Author of Business Unusual

Blessed Trinity and Strongholds by Vanessa Davis Griggs.
.. says Maurice M. Gray, Jr., Author of All Things Work Together and To Whom Much Is Given

A Man’s Worth by Nikita Lynette Nichols 
.. says Wanda B. Campbell, Author of Illusions (February 2009)

 

My Son’s Wife by Sheila Lipsey
Jezebel by Jacquelin Thomas

.. says LaCricia A’ngelle, Author of Girl Naw!

Let us know if you agree with The Damascus Road Author picks.  Listen to the podcast to hear more of our conversation.

Was there an AA Fiction or Nonfiction book you read in 2008 you want to recommend? Stop by and leave your recommendations in the comment section.