Top 5 Summer Must Reads For Men

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    black man readingSurveys consistently find that women read more books than men, especially fiction.When lists are created men and books are rarely in the same sentence. Today that changes!

    Here is a selection of 5  books that I think the guys out there will enjoy:

    The 21st Century Man, by L. W. Francisco III

    The 21st Century Man helps today’s man realize the success waiting for him regardless of what the changing times of our society are saying. Men who are spiritually depleted, financially stressed, relationally drained, emotionally distraught, and have lost hope and given up on their dreams will benefit greatly from reading this book. Bishop Francisco shows men how to find answers to today’s many questions and gives tools of empowerment to equip men to overcome the hurdles of life and confront the challenging times of the 21st century. In The 21st Century Man you will find strategies to: Discover the tremendous potential inside of you; Utilize your influence to impact your family and community; Understand your purpose while living in trying times; Learn how to strengthen your relationship with God, family and others. Seldom does a book say it better or more powerfully than The 21st Century Man.

    Same Kind of Different  as Me: A Modern Day Slave an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Together Ron Hall, Denver Moore, Lynn Vincent

    Meet Denver, a man raised under plantation-style slavery in Louisiana in the 1960s; a man who escaped, hopping a train to wander, homeless, for eighteen years on the streets of Dallas, Texas. No longer a slave, Denver’s life was still hopeless-until God moved. First came a godly woman who prayed, listened, and obeyed. And then came her husband, Ron, an international arts dealer at home in a world of Armani-suited millionaires. And then they all came together.

    Remembering Gil Scott-Heron; Spoken Word Artist, Musician

    All Up In My Business- Lutishia Lovely

    Toussaint is a risk-taker, determined to expand the restaurant chain at a record pace, but levelheaded Malcolm insists on challenging Toussaint’s goals. And at home, there’s more heating up than grits and collard greens. Malcolm is growing weary of his marriage and his ever-expanding brood of children. His brother’s Casanova lifestyle looks more and more appealing. But Toussaint’s playboy days aren’t as carefree as Malcolm thinks. Toussaint’s met his match in interior designer Alexis St. Clair, a woman who refuses to become just another dish on this player’s mating menu. But if Toussaint has his way, the happenings in both the boardroom and the bedroom are all about to change

    The Big Payback- Dan Charnas

    Dan Charnas tells the story of hip-hop with honesty and breath that is nearly non existent in his age of high tech. He details the relationships, the subculture and the historical worthiness of music’s key genre. No writer in recent times has written an in depth expose without the need for a “payback”. It’s a must read for any fan of music.

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    The Conversation: How Men and Women Can Build Loving, Trusting Relationships

    Hill Harper is deeply reflective and honest. The author’s ability to discuss his own faults regarding relationships with raw and unflinching candor is impressive. His sincerity should move readers to hold up the mirror, evaluate the health of their own relationships, or assess why they may be unsuccessful in establishing new relationships. Readers seeking inspiration might also enjoy the quotes from other notable celebrities at the beginning of each chapter in this book.

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