Washington, DC -- At the Bus Terminal--August 24, 2007

Reading Madea's Uninhibited Commentaries on Life and Love, by Tyler Perry.

She’s read so many different books she doesn’t have a favorite, though her favorite author is Patricia Cornwell.

When she chooses a book she looks on the back cover—it’s going to tell you something. Not the intro, not the front flap.

She shares books with her twenty-seven-year-old niece—Romance novels, Patricia Cornwell. She’ll give her this book, too, that she got at the library.

On TV she likes mystery, Murder She Wrote, Columbo, Law and Order. Stuff that keeps you guessing.

Tyler Perry’s work is all gospel. No foul language at all so kids can watch and not worry about anything out of order. The whole family can watch together, watch back-to-back.

This book is going through telling what he went through in life. She heard that in one book he was talking about how he was first living in his car and writing in his car. That’s him on the cover. He played three characters in the family reunion movie.

Writing her own book? She's never thought of that before.

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