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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Conversations' 31 Books You Should Read During National Book Month 2021

For this year's recognition of National Book Month Conversations Book Club founder and media personality Cyrus Webb shares 31 Books that he believes you should be reading this year. 

Non-Fiction Books
  1. Feeding the Soul by Tabitha Brown (William Morrow)
  2. The Joy of Being Selfish by Michelle Elman (Welbeck)
  3. No Spring Chicken by Francine Falk-Allen (She Writes Press)
  4. Live Free by DeVon Franklin ( William Morrow)
  5. Seminole (Some People Never Give Up) by Tina Siemens (Tina Siemens)
  6. Where Tomorrows Aren't Promised by Carmelo Anthony (Gallery Books)
  7. Healing Words: Life Lessons to Inspire by Mary Ellen Ciganovich (Conversations Media Group)
  8. Stand Up to Workplace Bullying and Discrimination by Dawn Marie Westmoreland (Lystra Books and Literary Services)
  9. Checking In by Michelle Williams (Thomas Nelson)
  10. Unstoppable by Joshua M. Greene (Insight Editions)
  11. The Beauty of Living Twice by Sharon Stone (Knopf)
  12. Short Stories by Columbus Short (Kingston Imperial)
  13. Dream by Design the Devotional by Melissa Banks (Conversations Media Group)
  14. Transformation by Dr. Teresa A. Smith (DQ Consulting, LLC)
  15. Resilient Heart by Ruby C. Wight (BestSeller Publishing)
  16. Celebrating Life, Celebrating You!! by Lisa Yolanda George (Lisa Yolanda George)
  17. Standing Upright in an Upside World by Dennis Perkins (Xulon Press)
  18. God Is Carrying Me (I Am His Warrior) by Lisa W. Beckwith (Lisa W. Beckwith)
  19. Corruption Officer by Gary Heyward (Atria Books) 
  20. It's Really Good to See You by Steven Anthony King (Steven Anthony King)
  21. Dance Your Dance by Laurieann Gibson (Thomas Nelson)

Fiction Titles (Listed in no particular order)
  1. As the Wicked Watch by Tamron Hall (William Morrow)
  2. Choose Me by Tess Gerritsen and Gary Braver (Thomas and Mercer)
  3. Chess Not Checkers by Tony Lindsay (Golden Butterly Publishing)
  4. The Aftermath: A Nate Reigns Novel by Iris Bolling (Siri Austin Entertainment)
  5. The Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray (Berkley)
  6. Triumph by Jodi Lea Stewart (Progressive Rising Phoenix Press)
  7. Truth Is In the House by Michael J. Coffino (Koehler Books)
  8. Westlake by Dan O'Brien (Dan O'Brien)
  9. The Memory Lingers On by Roselyn Kachuck (Roselyn Kachuck)
  10. A Necessary Explosion: Collected Poems by Dan Burns (Chicago Arts Press)

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