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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)
For more great suggestions on reads for all ages bookmark www.conversaitonsbookclub.com

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)