Acclaimed author of Sorority Sisters Claudia Welch reveals the truth about her own life as a sorority girl–and it’s nothing like you’d expect.
Who doesn’t have a ready-made image of a sorority girl? They’re rich, stuck-up, brainless, and mean–right? Wrong.
I don’t live in a sorority house anymore, but the experiences I had there are still with me. I’m still friends with my sorority sisters, and I consider the days I spent with them in college to be some of the best of my life. In the most basic, positive and profound ways, being in a sorority has helped me to become the person I am today. So, to separate fact from fantasy, I am prepared to tell you the whole truth about my sorority life, and share some of the lessons I learned along the way.
Also included: an excerpt of Claudia Welch’s novel Sorority Sisters!
About Claudia Welch
Claudia Welch graduated from the University of Southern California with a BA in English. While there, she became a member of Alpha Phi, one of the oldest sororities in America. A two-time RITA finalist, she has won numerous writing awards and… More about Claudia Welch
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Published by Berkley Jun 12, 2012| 56 Pages| ISBN 9781101601891
"I’ll read anything the brilliant Claudia Welch writes. Her talent for creating fascinating characters is only matched by her fine wit." New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries
"Claudia Welch nails the importance of the female tribe in every woman’s life: that golden circle where we feel safe enough to share our laughter and tears and our heartbreaks." New York Times bestselling author Julia London on Sorority Sisters