Monique S. reads… #carolinareads

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What’s the first book you remember reading? It was Helen Keller (I know I read smaller books in my younger years but this was one I distinctly remember because it had a story that impacted me)
What’s the most recent book you have read or what are you reading right now? Terry McMillan’s book Mama
Why did you choose that book? I normally read motivational books or books about real life stories. I decided one day to just branch out and read a book with a story that was not real. However interestingly enough it had all the components of real life so it was very touching.
If you could meet one book character or one author, who would you like it to be? I would love to have met Maya Angelou
You can only choose five books for your bookshelf. What are they? I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (Maya Angelou), Who Moved My Cheese (Spencer Johnson), Let Average Go (Joseph Washington), Life Defining Moments (James Emery White), Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff (Richard Carlson)Monique Stubbs-Hall is a native of Nassau, Bahamas and currently resides in Charlotte, NC and is a Business Consultant, Entrepreneur Coach, Speaker, Author & Poet. She enjoys both the written and spoken words and believes that we must keep the Art of Communication alive. www.MoniqueStubbsHall.com


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I want to promote reading. I know there are so many out there who have read a book and thought, this is something others need to know about. Reading encourages a lifelong passion for learning. #carolinareads is a movement that will give readers a chance to share what they are reading. There is a five question interview (see below). I will share it on my website and give you a chance to not only promote your love of reading, but also to promote yourself as you can include a website in your two sentence biography. Don’t live in the Carolinas? Well, do you know someone who does (hint: the person who created this form) you can still participate. Submit the form and I’ll let you know the date of your spotlight. Spread the word! Join the movement. Please email a picture if you would like it to be included.
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