2010 SLS Best Bookcovers


2010 Best Bookcovers 
Awarded by the Sankofa Literary Society





The Sankofa Literary Society and its founder Ella Curry are focused on the issues and lifestyles that define today's avid readers — what they read, what they want out of their literature, how they connect to each other, what motivates them and how they feel about their community as a whole.

Many have stated, “There is no African American village…it’s dead,” we don’t feel that way. The Village is here, the village in now! Expand your horizons! We are a community of 11 bookclub units, 4 social networks and 22 nurses who want to enrich our community with books and the written word. Listed below are the books we have read in 2010 presented by small press publishers, traditional publishers and self-published authors. Join us today to add your voice and experiences to our union. Come on in and join this movement to Give the Gift of Knowledge!


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Authors, if you see your book listed, please leave a comment with your website address, bookseller links and any news about you and your books! Ask your network to stop by and share their reviews of your books too. Make sure you tell your fellow author friends if you see their names listed below. If your name is listed below, you can copy the award image to your computer and add to your website as well as your promotional material.


2010 Bookcovers of the Year Awards go to the following Authors and Publishers:


Die Free - A Heroic Family HistoryFarther Than I Meant to Go, Longer Than I Meant to StayDreams That Won't Let Go: A Novel (Jubilant Soul)When the Cake is MadeSunny RainIf It Don't Hurt... It Ain'T Love





1. Farther Than I Meant to Go, Longer Than I Meant to Stay (MM)
by Tiffany L. Warren


2. Dreams That Won't Let Go by Stacy Hawkins Adams


3. When the Cake is Made by Lisa Wu Hartwell


4. If It Don't Hurt... It Ain't Love by Junnita Jackson


5. Sunny Rain by Ci Ci Foster


6. Die Free: A Heroic Family History by Cheryl Wills


Ella Curry, president of EDC Creations Media GroupVisit Black Pearls Magazine: http://www.blackpearlsmagazine.com/



Shop at our Black Pearls bookstore for the books: http://astore.amazon.com/edcmagazine-20

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