by Cyrus Webb
I read A LOT of books, and thankfully because of the work I do I get to enjoy some titles before they are officially released to the world. Though there were some amazing reads that came out in 2015, I am really excited about 2016 and what it has in store for readers. Here are 10 books (7 fiction and 3 non-fiction) that I have read and enjoyed and I believe you should definitely add to your reading list in 2016. Some might have been released after I compiled Conversations’ top books of 2015.
Others you might have to pre-order and wait a little while before being able to enjoy it. Either way trust me when I say that each one is worth the time and your support.
Cyrus Webb Presents… 10 Books You Need to Read in 2016
(listed in no particular order)
The Restaurant Critic’s Wife by Elizabeth LaBan (Lake Union)
Best Friends Forever by Kimberla Lawson Roby (Grand Central Publishing)
Given Not Taken by Kenneth Thomas, Sr. (Jozef Syndicate)
The Way I Used To Be by Amber Smith (McElderry Books)
Angels Burning by Tawni O’Dell (Gallery Books)
Writers on Writing by Antoinette Kuritz and Jared Kuritz (Nightstand Press)
The Four Purposes of Life by Dan Millman (New World Library)
A Better Life by Michael Jenet (Motivational Press)
Karma’s A Killer by Tracy Weber (Midnight Ink Books)
Hustle. Believe. Receive. by Sarah Centrella (Skyhorse Publishing)