Order of Wahida Clark Books
Wahida Clark is an American author of urban fiction novels. She created the Thug Love Fiction sub-genre of street lit. She was the first street lit author to write a series. Wahida spent nine and a half years in prison and was then released into a halfway house. She is now Vice President of a non-profit organization called the Prodigal Sons and Daughters Redirection Service, which is a re-entry program for convicts and ex-cons. She also runs a published company, Wahida Clark Presents (WCP) Publishing. Wahida is a New York Times, USA Today and Essence bestselling author.
Wahida Clark became a published author in 2002 with the novel Thugs and the Women Who Love Them. That novel became a bestseller. Below is a list of Wahida Clark’s books in order of when they were first published:
Publication Order of Thug Books
|Thugs and the Women Who Love Them||(2002)|
|Every Thug Needs a Lady||(2003)|
|The Golden Hustla||(2010)|
|Justify My Thug||(2011)|
|Honor Thy Thug||(2013)|
Publication Order of Payback Books
|Payback is a Mutha||(2006)|
|Payback with Ya Life||(2008)|
|Payback Ain't Enough||(2012)|
|Blood, Sweat and Payback||(2014)|
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Anthologies
Note: Sleeping with the Enemy also contains contributions by Kiki Swinson.
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Wahida Clark Synopses: The street lit collection Sleeping with the Enemy includes the story Enemy in Bed by Wahida Clark. Kreesha rules the weed scene in Memphis, but can’t help what she feels for Reign – married, just out from behind bars and on his second strike towards a lifetime sentence. But when Reign gives her up to the Feds, she’ll do anything to protect herself and give Reign something he’ll never forget – a bullet. The collection also includes Keeping My Enemies Close by Kiki Swinson.
What’s Really Hood is an anthology of urban fiction, edited by Wahida Clark. The anthology includes the stories Black is Blue by Victor L. Martin, The P is Free by LaShonda Teague, The Last Laugh by Bonta, All for Nothing by Shawn “Jihad” Trump and Wahid’s own story Makin’ Endz Meet.