Sunday, June 26, 2016

KANSAS CITY SUMMER READING LIST 2016!!!



More than anything, our blog community is a collection of avid readers and therefore we'd like to start the Summer with just a few suggestions with many more on the way . ..

To wit . . .

HERE'S THE START OF OUR KANSAS CITY SUMMER READING LIST 2016!!!

Regular readers might recognize some titles but we're in the middle of reading all these books right now and welcome any insight our community is willing to share.

Checkit . . .

Kansas City Police Tell-All Tops The List


We were FIRST to note this important bit of writing from one of Kansas City's finest. The work has earned rave reviews, stellar sales and more mention . . . This book exemplifies Kansas City right now . . .

Jack Cashill's Latest Resonates Amid Turbulent 2016 Campaign Season


This examination of the new American discourse from a Conservative perspective reveals how language and talking points are delivered and enforced upon an often unsuspecting public.

Check An Insider's Look At The Top Level Of The Kansas City Legal World


Phil LeVota is a power player and top lawyer in Kansas City. His book gives a one-of-a-kind perspective on important local cases at the intersection of local politics and power. 

Inside The Kansas City Media Game!!!


Real life stories from the PR & news world of Kansas City . . . John Landsberg is not only a class-act and a leading professional but his view of the local media world transcends any textbook and shows the reader how the media game SHOULD be played.  

The Latest From Kansas City's Literary Genius Talks Women At War


More celebrated than any other Summer book. Whitney Terrell's girl power war EPIC has captured the imagination of the publishing world and earned critical praise across the globe. 

And so, tonight we're taking a pause to catch up on our reading and hopefully we'll return for the morning update with more BREAKING/EXCLUSIVE NEWS, discussion, debate, discourse and all kinds of good stuff . . . STAY TUNED!!!

15 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Will these books be on the list at KC's turn the page program?

Anonymous said...

Why isn't my book on this list?

chuck said...

Excellent!

Anonymous said...

Good list, Kc needs to read more and shoot less.

Anonymous said...

That one with the crispy chicken on the cover looks great!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO

I enjoy probing a Broad body of knowledge!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Got any porn?

Anonymous said...

The year in fiction.

Anonymous said...

The King of Sting !!!! Great fiction!

Teach KC said...

I would like to see KCMO read more but I'm afraid that we are becoming a city of video game players and not intellectuals. That is the real reason why places like Austin and Portland are leaving us behind.

Anonymous said...

When's the last time somebody asked you if you'd read a specific book?
Been a long time hasn't it?
We've become an anti-intellectual rube nation; and KC is seemingly ahead of the curve.

Anonymous said...

I spent four years in Austin. I didn't notice much in the way of intellectual pursuits there.

Anonymous said...

Garbage in, garbage out.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Comment garbage. Two of these books are brilliant reads. If you didn't like it, you wouldn't be here.

Anonymous said...

That "Peckerwood" book is just horrible. What a waste of money and time. Really poor writing..