Frankie Darcell's Book Club is a way to connect WDAS' avid reading audience through featured books, author interviews and live in studio meetings and discussions. Each month Frankie will choose a new book to feature, provide a synopsis and her thoughts on the book as well as give you the opportunity to leave your comments.
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Congratulations To Our Local Authors:
A spine-tingling tale, Mischiefmakers is an eerie story of a woman who becomes entangled between two dimensions. Melissa Shelton is enticed by the gifts from the netherworld, clouding her judgment as she becomes the unwilling participant in a plot by lost souls. Caught between two kingdoms, the Lost Souls of Asylum need Melissa in their quest to escape their abyss. She is unaware of the evil that follows her and protects her. Those who become aware are swiftly dealt a mortal blow.
Soul Of Her Shoe is a fun, creative, and unique project where women all over the world will be asking each other, ”Which shoe best represents you?” Introducing the Shoes is part one of a three-part series. Eight short stories of a specific type of shoe representing a specific type of woman.
Frankie Darcell's Book Club is a way to connect WDAS' avid reading audience through featured books, author interviews and live in studio meetings and discussions. Each month Frankie will choose a new book to feature. If you're a self-published author and would like to submit your book for consideration, please mail to:
105.3 WDAS-FM c/o Frankie Darcell's Book Club
Clear Channel Radio
111 Presidential Blvd.
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004-1009
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Thank you to all who came out to my first Frankie Darcell Book Club Meetup! We had a blast; great books which offered delightful conversations from our talented authors and supporting audience. If you couldn't make it, check out what all you missed in our video below and I hope to see you next time!
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"It is what you read when you don't have to that determines what you will be when you can't help it." - Oscar Wilde (1854-1990), Irish writer and poet
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"My alma mater was books, a good library...I could spend the rest of my life, just satisfying my curiosity." - Malcolm X (1925-1965), Human Rights Activist
Happy Tuesday Everybody! Today marks the first meet-up for my Frankie Darcell Book Club! I could not be more excited for this event! Join me at 5pm tomorrow night at Ms. Tootsies with a book signing by The Food Network's Sunny Anderson, the author of Sunny's Kitchen – Easy Food for Real Life. Additionally, there will be appearances by local author Maasi J. Smith, the author of Mischiefmakers and Okitchy Robertson, author of Soul of Her Shoe. Ms. Tootsie's is located at 1312 South Street right here in Philly. Admission is free to the public, and two Kindle readers will be given away to registered book club members. The public will also have the opportunity to register for the book club on site.
Frankie's Book Club...
from Clementon NJ Mind Game: Losing Is Not An Option
Muffin & Cashmiere
Kissed By The Sun
from Wilmington DE Sorrow's Mate
from Detroit, MI A Queen Lives
Maasi J. Smith
from Philly Mischiefmakers
Ralph F. Robinson Jr.
from Dover Delaware Back in the Day
from NJ Soul of Her Shoe
from Philly First Born "DaddyMan"
from NJ Shattered Innocence The Beginning
Brenda L. Thomas
from Philly Laying Down My Burdens
from Philly Don't Need No Soaps, My Life is Soap Enough
from NJ You Are Outstanding and Unstoppable
from Philly Used Secret Confession of a Kept Women
Audrey Cuff Ed.D
from NJ City of Thieves
Tracey Michae'l Lewis
from Havertown PA INTERRUPTION: The Gospel According to Crystal Justine
Tracey Michael'l Lewis
from Havertown PA The Unlikely Remnant
from Browns Mills NJ Confidence Spiritual Inspiration
from Philly Jonah's Kids
Sherri Mosby Mommy, Why Did You Leave?
Eleanor Cookie Burke
from Buffalo NY Real Men Speak Womanese
Brenda L. Thomas
from Philly laying down my burdens
from Philly Don't Need No Soap My Life is Soap Enough
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"Books were my pass to personal freedom. I learned to read at age three, and soon discovered there was a whole world to conquer that went beyond our farm in Mississippi." - Oprah Winfrey, OWN Network