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Monday, September 24, 2018

Conversations' 10 Books 100 Pages Or Less You Should Read in October 2018

Time is our most precious commodity. With everyone having a busy schedule, carving out the time to enjoy a great book might seem almost impossible.

Conversations Book Club founder Cyrus Webb understands the struggle. For this reason he has compiled a list of 10 books that are 100 pages or less that he feels like will give you a satisfying read in a short period of time.

Whether your interest is non-fiction or fiction, self-help or entertainment, there is something on the list sure to capture your attention.

Introducing Conversations' 10 Books 100 Pages or less you should read in October 2018
(listed in no particular order)

  1. UNSUBSCRIBE by Ross Newkirk (Steuben Press)
  2. The Love Triangle by Allen Vaysberg (Human Potential Press)
  3. All About Money by Jeffrey Ulysse (JU Consultants)
  4. DERANGED by Marcus Kimbrough (Xlibris)
  5. Another Bump in the Road by TM Brown (TM Brown)
  6. Live Better with A-to-Z by Olivia McNeal (Olivia McNeal)
  7. Until Tomorrow Comes by LaDonna Marie (LaDonna Marie Books)
  8. Act Like You Love Yourself by Lester Greene (Infinity Publications)
  9. Of Bees & Boys: Lines from a Southern Lawyer by Allen Mendenhall (Red Dirt Press)
  10. I Fought Like a Girl and I Won! by Nicole Alyse Dorman (Xlibris)

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Conversations' 15 Books PERFECT for Young Readers in September 2018

With the new school year beginning, Conversations knows that there will be a mad search for books that will entertain, educate and inspire young readers. Because of this need Conversations Book Club Founder and President Cyrus Webb has compiled a list of 15 titles for young readers of various ages that are sure to give you a great start in your book selections.

As an added feature each book title is hyperlinked so you can find out additional information about the book on Amazon and even make a purchase right away if you are so inclined!

This is Conversations way of ensuring that you have books at the ready for young readers who are looking for something that speaks not just to their minds but their hearts, too.

Conversations' 15 Books for Young Readers in September 2018 (listed in no particular order):

  1. Too Tall Alice by Barbara Worton (Great Little Books, LLC)
  2. We're All Wonders by R.J. Palacio Knopf)
  3. LEAP by Coralyn Jones (unknown)
  4. Pidge Takes the Stage by Michell Staubach Grimes (Pidge Media)
  5. BRAGN: Be Real and Great Now by Zenaida Roy-Almario (BRAGN)
  6. The Tormentors by Erin Bowman, Cordell Forbes, Isaiah Benjamin and Jeremaine Powell, Jr. (Purposely Created Publishing)
  7. Tradition by Brendan Kiely (McElderry Books)
  8. Jack Wentworth: The Real Belt by Karen Ward Wilder (unknown)
  9. A Bird's Tale by James Robinson (
  10. I'm Mixed by Maggy Williams (Loving Healing Press)
  11. She Named Me Stacey by Blaque Diamond (Xlibris)
  12. Shaken by Tim Tebow (Waterbrook)
  13. I am Jim Henson by Brad Meltzer (Dial/Penguin)
  14. Please Explain "Anxiety" to Me! by Laurie Zelinger, PhD and Jordan Zelinger, MS Ed (Loving Healing Press)
  15. Something Happened in Our Town by Marianne Celano, Marietta Collins and Ann Hazzard (Magination Press)

Friday, August 17, 2018

10 Books Every Woman Should Read For Embracing Their Greatness

There are so many things that are attacking us daily, both internally and externally. Many women especially are feeling the pressure as they balance both their personal and professional goals while caring for those around them, all the while dealing with their own challenges.

With that in mind Conversations Book Club founder and media personality Cyrus Webb shares 10 books that he believes can help women around the world to embrace their greatness, no matter what they are dealing with.

"I was raised around strong women," Webb says, "and I saw how they seemed to care for others many times before them looked after themselves. That made me want to encourage everyone, but especially women< to not to forget their own value and worth and go after their goals and dreams."

Compiled from books he has read over the past 12 months this list includes direct access to where each title can be purchased. It is our hope that you will find something for yourself and share with others as well.

(listed in no particular order)
  1. CHOS3N: There’s A High Cost to Low Living by Bianca Harris (Chos3n)
  2. The Not So Subtle Art of Being a Fat Girl by Tess Holliday (Bluestreak Books)
  3. I Fought Like A Girl and I Won! By Nicole Alyse Dorman (Xlibris)
  4. OWN IT: The Power of Woman at Work by Sallie Krawcheck (Crown Business)
  5. Intrinsic Hope by Kate Davies (New Society Publishers)
  6. PTSD to Freedom by Linda Diane Wattley and William Sumner (Linda D. Wattley and William Sumner)
  7. Not A Poster Child by Francine Falk-Allen (She Writes Press)
  8. Eyes on the Prize by Carrie Williams (Carrie Williams)
  9. UNBROKEN: Still I Smile by Tamara Charles (Tamara Charles)
  10. Getting My Bounce Back by Carolee Belkin Walker

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Conversations' 12 Books You Should Read in August 2018

With August 9th being recognized as National Book Lovers Day, Conversations Book Club President Cyrus Webb is excited to share 12 books he believes would be great reads for the month of August.

"Reading is something I do year-round," says Webb, who will celebrate 12 years of Conversations Book Club this November. "I'm always excited to let others know what I have read and enjoyed and what I think they will as well."

A mixture of non-fiction and fiction, self-published and traditionally published, these twelve books were able to grab Webb's attention and it is his hope that they will do the same for you. 

(listed in no particular order)
  1. "Act Like You love Yourself" by Lester Greene (Infinity Publications)
  2. "My Dream Continues" by Sharon Clarkson (S. Clarkson)
  3. "The Forgotten Ones" by Steena Holmes (Lake Union)
  4. "Another Bump in the Road" by TM Brown (TM Brown)
  5. "Blackberry Road" by Jodi Lea Stewart (Sundown Press)
  6. "Blindsided and Ambushed" "From by Lisa Y. Sparrow (BlaqRayn Publishing Plus)
  7. "A War in the Bronx" by A. Shane Etter (Thomas Max Publishing)
  8. "Death Logs Out" by E.J. Simon (Endeavour Media Ltd)
  9. "From Abuse to Abundance" by Dr. Jamila Battle (Battle Publishing)
  10. "The Widow of Wall Street" by Randy Susan Meyers (Washington Square Press)
  11. "Envy" by Victoria Christopher Murray (Touchstone)
  12. "The Unkind Hours" by Dwayne Alexander Smith (Damn Good Books)
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Sunday, June 24, 2018

Conversations' 25 Summer Reads for Adults in 2018

It is one of Conversations' most popular lists: our 25 Summer Reads of each year. Handpicked and read by book club President, media personality and author Cyrus Webb, this list is sure to have something that you will want to add to your own reading list, covering both fiction and non-fiction interests.

Conversations' 25 Summer Reads for Adults, 2018 (in no particular order)

  1. "Welcome to Moonlight Harbor" by Sheila Roberts (Mira Books)
  2. "Three Shoeboxes" by Steven Manchester (The Story Plant)
  3. "Racism from the Eyes of a Child" by Mathew Knowles (Music World Publishing)
  4. "I've Got My Eyes On You" by Mary Higgins Clark (Simon and Schuster)
  5. "Another Bump in the Road" by T.M. Brown (T.M. Brown)
  6. "Dog and Bitch Island" by Robert Blake Whitehill (Calaveras Media)
  7. "Firestorm" by Solange Ritchie (Stony Hill Publishers)
  8. "Flight Season" by Marie Marquardt (Wednesday Books)
  9. "The Escape Artist" by Brad Meltzer (Grand Central Publishing)
  10. "Woman Last Seen In Her Thirties" by Camille Pagan (Lake Union)
  11. "Jenna's Case" by Andy Siegel (Rockwell Press)
  12. "Abyss" by D.G. Torrens (D.G. Torrens)
  13. "I Give My Eyes" by Brian H. Peterson (Due Santi)
  14. "Envy" by Victoria Christopher Murray (Touchstone)
  15. "Happy Accidents" by Four Day Weekend Comedy (Wiley)
  16. "Death Logs Out" by E.J. Simon (Endeavour Media)
  17. "Welcome to My World" by Curtis Bunn (Strebor Books)
  18. "Love and Death Among Pigeons" by Lawrence A. Wood (Lawrence A. Wood)
  19. "Bad Men and Wicked Women" by Eric Jerome Dickey (Dutton)
  20. "Think Like A Winner: Act Like You Won" by Carl Mathis (Carl Mathis)
  21. "The Way of Beauty" by Camille Di Maio (Lake Union)
  22. "The Gospel According to Abraham" by Paul Abraham (thewordverve)
  23. "In Praise of Difficult Women" by Karen Karbo (National Geographic)
  24. "The Cutting Edge" by Jeffery Deaver (Grand Central Publishing)
  25. "Delta Epiphany: RFK in Mississippi" by Ellen B. Meacham (University Press of Mississippi)

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Conversations Book Club Celebrates 11 Years, Welcomes Author Robert Leon Davis

When media personality and author Cyrus Webb started the co-ed book club Conversations in 2006 it was with the purpose of connecting readers with authors, giving them a platform to interact with one another. Over the past decade Conversations Book Club has hosted over 200 authors and author-related events and been featured locally in Mississippi’s Clarion Ledger and Jackson Advocate Newspaper and nationally by the Chicago Tribune. Men, women and even children of all ages have benefited from the free reading group, and Webb has been able to show that reading is a universal connector with people around the world.

As Conversations Book Club celebrates its 11th year, Webb is excited to announce that the event is being kicked off by hosting author Robert Leon Davis, whose book RUNNING SCARED is now in talks to become a movie. The book chronicles Davis’ journey from respected police officer to fugitive and what led him to turn things around for himself.

“Davis and I connected in 2011,” Webb says, having interviewed the author on Conversations LIVE the radio show at that time. “I knew then the book and his story was powerful. I’m glad that a larger audience will be able to benefit from its message of redemption.”

On Saturday, October 7th Robert Leon Davis will join Webb in person in Mississippi in the following three events that are not to be missed:
At 9:30a.m. Webb will host a special “Breakfast with Books” with author Robert Leon Davis at Taste of Detroit Restaurant in Brandon, MS (1530 W. Government St. * Brandon, MS). Those who attend can buy breakfast and enjoy the hour of conversation with the author.
At 2p.m. central the two will be on LIVE on the radio station WYAD 94.1 FM in Yazoo City discussing the book, Davis’ experiences that led him to write it and what he hopes readers take away from it. The show can be heard live online around the world at
At 6p.m. Webb will do a meet and greet with Davis at Appetizers Restaurant (3000 Hwy 80 E * Pearl, MS), giving those who attend an opportunity to learn more about the book and its message. The first 10 people to show up for the special 90-minute event will eat free!

For more information about this special day of activity with author Robert Leon Davis contact Cyrus Webb at or call 601.896.5616.  RUNNING SCARED can be purchased on Amazon at .

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Conversations Reveals Its Top 100 Books of 2016

It has become a fan favorite of authors and readers alike: Conversations’ Top 100 Books of the year celebrates the work of authors both traditionally published and self-published who book club founder and media personality Cyrus Webb has enjoyed throughout the year.

As Conversations Book Club celebrates it’s 10 Year Anniversary this year, Webb is excited to share this year’s listing that includes books that readers around the world will appreciate.

Get the full listing here: