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WHAT books do you think could be turned into good movies? Posted on 04-04-2006
giniacuty_757
Bloomington, IL
Leaving Cecil Street-Dianne McKinney Whetstone(I think it's in the works already) Lil' Mamas Rules- Sheneska Jackson And on the 8th Day She Rested-J.D. Mason B-MOre Careful-Shannon Holmes My Fine Lady-Lolita Files Casting the First Stone-Kimberla Lawson Roby The Preacher's Son-Carl Weber
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giniacuty_757 from virginia, VA replied on 04-16-2006 11:44PM [Reply]
TSUlady wrote:
Leaving Cecil Street-Dianne McKinney Whetstone(I think it's in the works already) Lil' Mamas Rules- Sheneska Jackson And on the 8th Day She Rested-J.D. Mason B-MOre Careful-Shannon Holmes My Fine Lady-Lolita Files Casting the First Stone-Kimberla Lawson Roby The Preacher's Son-Carl Weber
I was in Walden's Book the other day and I did see that book THE PREACHERS WIFE! I dont know it look good but its hard because soo many good books out there anything by ZANE OR OMAR TYREE can be a movie to me
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giniacuty_757 from virginia, VA replied on 04-16-2006 11:46PM [Reply]
TSUlady wrote:
Leaving Cecil Street-Dianne McKinney Whetstone(I think it's in the works already) Lil' Mamas Rules- Sheneska Jackson And on the 8th Day She Rested-J.D. Mason B-MOre Careful-Shannon Holmes My Fine Lady-Lolita Files Casting the First Stone-Kimberla Lawson Roby The Preacher's Son-Carl Weber
I actaully read like one or two of those pages to LIl mama's rules it didnt catch me head on forreal she had some dude in her apartment she wont really feeling but ended up doing it with him or what not I dont kno I need a book that gone grasp me forreal. LIKE SISTERS IN THE HOMEFRONT iz hott and should definitely be a movie forreal!
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TSUlady from Bloomington, IL replied on 04-18-2006 01:56PM [Reply]
I liked that book because it had an important message. I like books that catch my attention quickly too, it just depends on the person. For example me and my roommates we talking about what book caught our attention the fastest and I said Flyy Girl by Omar Tyree and they said that book started off slow, so did The Coldest Winter Ever but to me those books caught my attention right off.
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Carmelsun from Syracuse, NY replied on 11-07-2006 09:41PM [Reply]
I think Terri Woods Dutch would be a good trilogy.
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giniacuty_757 from virginia, VA replied on 11-22-2006 05:33PM [Reply]
cho TErry be that girl yo forreal i like ehr stories she inspres me but yo I read this book recently by this chic from Brownsville BK NYC she autographed it and everything check it out its called HARDER and she got a sequel YO that book could definitely be a movie no doubt!
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iluv_me from Atlanta, GA replied on 05-23-2007 01:35PM [Reply]

Shame on it all by Zane. Umm let me see what else Gangsta by K'wan, umm Daughter's of the moon series, umm sleeping in the bed you made forgot by who but i remember the story line like i read it yesterday.
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OohSheNIICE from Clarksdale, MS replied on 08-25-2007 04:47AM [Reply]
There has been a rumor going around that Zane is supposed to be turning Addicted into a stage play which is close enough for a movie. gosh, it would be like a step from a porno! lol I love Zane... anyway of course The Coldest Winter Ever and Flyy Girl. Those were dope.
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replied on 04-30-2009 09:05PM [Reply]
hmmm I have 2 say G-SPOT by NOIRE DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR BY 50cent and Nikki Turner
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sweet_honeybu from Riverside, CA replied on 05-01-2009 10:30AM [Reply]

the JustUs girls by.... imma get back on that
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