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Friday, March 1, 2019

Conversations' 20 Female Authors You Should Know (and Read) in 2019

by Cyrus Webb

There is always a good reason to read a great book, right?

Though March is recognized as Women's History Month, I'm excited to share with you 20 Female Authors You Should Know (and Read) not just this month but throughout this year.

  1. Stronger by Dr. Teresa A. Smith (PDG Branding & Marketing)
  2. Dare to Believe by Jessica Joines (Divinely True Publishing)
  3. My Child's Different by Elaine Halligan (Crown House Publishing)
  4. From Abuse to Abundance by Dr. Jamila Battle (Battle Publishing)
  5. Dear George, Dear Mary by Mary Calvi (St. Martins Press) 
  6. T.R.U.T.H. (Taking Responsibility Unleashes True Healing) by Mary Ellen Ciganovich (CMG)
  7. Brave, Not Perfect by Reshma Saujani (Currency/Penguin Random House)
  8. Addicted to Hate by Lucia Mann (Grassroots Publishing Group)
  9. An Unspeakable Secret by Glenda L. Hunter (Glenda L. Hunter)
  10. Daughters Betrayed By Their Mothers by Holli Kenley (Loving Healing Press)
  11. Sparks in Love by Susan Sparks (Bright Light Books)
  12. Butterfly Uprising by Ann Anderson (Page Publishing)
  13. Off the Beating Path by Danny Fisher (Danny Fisher)
  14. The Beantown Girls by Jane Healey (Lake Union Publishing)
  15. Louisiana Catch by Sweta Srivastava Vikram (Modern History Press)
  16. Blackberry Road by Jodi Lea Stewart (Sundown Press)
  17. The Painted Ladies by Sylvia Dickey Smith (Crispin Press)
  18. Stereotyped by Vick Breedy (Vick Breedy)
  19. Lesson Gifted Away by Tiera Nacole (Novel Nikki Publishing)
  20. The Forgotten Hours by Katrin Schumann (Lake Union Publishing)

Conversations' 25 Women Changing the World in 2019

Conversations is excited to share this year's 25 Women Changing the World---and once again it's an amazing list of women who are making their mark and doing work that is satisfying for them and benefiting individuals around the world.

"This list is one of the most diverse we have done," says Cyrus Webb, Editor-In-Chief of Conversations Magazine and President of Conversations Media Group. "I'm proud of the fact we are able to share the work of nationally known individuals as well as those who are making their mark in the world."

Conversations' 25 Women Changing the World

Through Music
1. Dionne Warwick
2. Lady Gaga
3. Ali Caldwell
4. Milck
5. Ally Marks

Through Books
1. Sweta Srivastava Vikram
2. Victoria Christopher Murray
3. Glenda L. Hunter
4. T. M. Brown
5. LaDonna Marie

Through Business
1. Sally Krawcheck
2. Jasmine Star
3. Sunny Lenarduzzi
4. La'Ticia Nicole
5. Vick Breedy

Through Inspiration
1. Tess Holliday
2. Pilar Holland
3. Mary Ellen Ciganovich
4. Francine Falk-Allen
5. Bianca Harris

Through Entertainment
1. Viola Davis
2. Jenifer Lewis
3. Angela Bassett
4. Stacy Ike
5. Gina Prince-Bythewood