[#UBookish]: 10 Urban Fiction Classics to Add to Your Book Collection

For those of you who would like to introduce your friends to the Urban Fiction genre, and don’t know where to start, we got you covered. We have compiled a list of books in the Urban Fiction genre, that personify and define the genre. These books are the epitome of Urban Fiction. If you’re new to the genre, or looking for a good, drama-filled book, featuring black characters, check this list out.

 

I like to tell people, if you’re into shows like Love & Hip Hop and Power, or movies like Belly, then the Urban Fiction genre is most definitely for you. Urban Fiction is all about the storytelling and the diversity of the African American experience across all walks of life. There is literally a book for everyone! Why read something boring when you could be reading something that is actively engaging.

 

 

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This list serves as a beginners guide, to introduce readers to the literary genre of Urban Fiction. Get into the list below! (This list is in no particular order.)

 

1. Flyy Girl, Omar Tyree

Flyy Girl by [Tyree, Omar]

 

2. The Coldest Winter Ever, Sister Souljah

 

3. A Hustler’s Wife, Nikki Turner

 

4. True to the Game, Teri Woods

 

5. Addicted, Zane

Addicted: A Novel by [Zane]

 

6. Let That Be the Reason, Vickie Stringer 

Let That Be the Reason: A Novel by [Stringer, Vickie M.]

 

7. B-More Careful, Shannon Holmes

 

8. Gangsta, K’Wan

Gangsta by [K'wan]

 

9. The Cartel, Ashley & JaQuavis

The Cartel by [Ashley, JaQuavis]

 

10. Thugs and the Women who Love Them, Wahida Clark

 

 

These books are considered Urban Fiction classics! Check out these books, and share the list with your friends.

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