Frat House by Wanda White Hill

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This novel creates for the reader a vivid picture of life on a college campus. FRAT HOUSE, is a contemporary fiction story which features the life of William Bradley Wilson, Jr., also known as "Brad". Brad, a typical, eighteen-year-old, young, African-American man has just entered college. One of the central conflicts is that Brad has to attend a historically black college rather than a big state university like he had planned. Due to circumstances that he had created, Brad was given a choice by his middle-class parents to attend Canton State University, a fictitious, historically black college in North Carolina or to join the military. Choosing the college with much dismay, Brad had it all figured out; oblige his parents for a year, and then transfer to the big state university. Darius Freeman is Brad's best friend since childhood who is totally opposite of Brad. Focused and self-directed, Darius is also very smart and very rich. The two together go on to experience all of the excitement of attending college like the freshman experience, first love, and fraternity life. They have fun, experience success, tackle defeat, look forward to the future, and face tragedy as they turn from "boys to Men".

About Wanda White Hill

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Wanda White Hill, a first time novelist, has written numerous short stories and poems.  She has a Bachelor of Arts in English and History from Winston-Salem State University and a Master of Arts in English from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  Currently, she is an English Professor at a community college in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she teaches composition, creative writing, and African-American Literature. A former public school teacher, she has been teaching writing for over thirteen years.  Currently, she is completing her Doctor of Education degree in Educational Leadership.  She and her husband, Reginald, have two children, Jamie and LeeAnn.  She is now working on her second novel.
Published November 5, 2004 by AuthorHouse. 180 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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