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Black Expressions Best Books of 2011!!!


Wow. Seriously. WOW!

Two of my 2011 releases, Real Wifeys: On The Grind and Mistress No More made the list for Black Expressions Best Books of 2011. I can not thank those who voted for me enough. Wow. Who can convince me that God ain’t good ALL THE TIME! Ow!

Here’s the complete list of the 25 Best Books of 2011:

1) The Choir Director (Carl Weber)

2) What Love Tastes Like (Zuri Day)

3) Real Wifeys: On The Grind (Meesha Mink –ME!!!)

4) A Good Man is Hard to Find (ReShonda Tate Billingsley)

5) Midnight and the Meaning of Love (Sister Souljah)

6) Justify My Thug (Wahida Clark)

7) Suspicions (Sasha Campbell)

8) The Kid (Sapphire)

9) Dutch III (Teri Woods)

10) Mama Ruby (Mary Monroe)

11) Mistress No More (Niobia Bryant—ME again!!!)

12) How to Get Out Your Own Way (Tyrese)

13) No One in the World (E. Lynn Harris and RM Johnson)

14) The Deal, the Dance and the Devil (Victoria Christopher Murray)

15) The Eternal Engagement (Mary B. Morrison)

16) A Cold Piece of Work (Curtis Bunn)

17) Say Amen, Again (ReShonda Tate Billingsley)

18) Put a Ring on It (Allison Hobbs)

19) Murderville (Ashley & JaQuavis)

20) Healing the Wounds of the Past (T.D. Jakes)

21) Mind Your Own Business (Lutishia Lovely)

22) Inseparable (Brenda Jackson)

23) The Wealth Cure (Hill Harper)

24) One Day It’ll All Make Sense (Common)

25) You Are Not Alone (Jermaine Jackson)