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A Sequel To ‘The Coldest Winter Ever’ Is Coming In March 2021


Winter is coming. And no, we are not talking about Game of Thrones. Bestselling author Sister Souljah is returning with the long-awaited sequel to her bestseller, The Coldest Winter Ever. Winter Santiaga returns in 2021 in Life After Death.

If you were a teenage girl growing up in the early 2000s, a little after Cash Money’s 99 to the 2000s, and before AJ and Free left 106th and Park, then The Coldest Winter Ever sat on your bookshelf right next to Omar Tyree’s Flyy Girl.  Life After Death is a highly-anticipated sequel since the 2005 bestseller hit the market and did it #ForTheCulture

Life After Death 

via Simon & Schuster

Winter Santiaga is back.

Twenty years ago, Sister Souljah’s debut novel, The Coldest Winter Ever, became a bestselling cultural phenomenon. Fans fell in love with the unforgettable Winter Santiaga, daughter of a prominent Brooklyn drug-dealing family, who captivated her lovers, friends, and enemies with her sexy street smarts. For two decades, fans have begged for answers about what happened to Winter. Now all is revealed in Sister Souljah’s page-turning sequel, filled with her trademark passion, danger, temptation, and adventure. With her jail sentence coming to a close, Winter is ready to step back into the spotlight and reclaim her throne.

Preorders for Life After Death are available now on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google Play (audiobook) and Books-A-Million 

Author Sister Souljah

Who is Sister Souljah?

The rapper, community activist, and author has been on the scene since the early 1990s. As an organizer, she demonstrated against racially motivated crimes and police brutality, and the mistreatment of young Black youth. As a rapper, Souljah promoted and hosted rallies in concerts in Harlem, which drew thousands of youth and caught the eye of several celebrities. She was the premier voice for the New York hip-hop community, speaking out on racial injustice, business, and community organizations. Her CD entitled “360 degrees of Power,” sparked international conversations about race, sexism, and politics.  

In 1995, the Bronx, NY native went on to become the executive director of P. Diddy’s charitable organization, Daddy’s House Social Programs.

Today Souljah is a New York Times Best Selling author, wife, and speaker. Aside from The Coldest Winter Ever (1999) and the upcoming Life After Death (2021), her other works include A Moment Of Silence: Midnight III (2015), A Deeper Love Inside (2014), Midnight and the Meaning of Love and Midnight (2011)

Learn more about Sister Souljah here.