Mattie C's Boy
Shelley Stewart
Life of Passion
Eve Wright Esq.
Pararrel Pasts
Julia Blues
The Wages of Sin
James Waggoner
Lucky No. 5
Monica Michelle
The Truth Is In The Wine
Curtis Bunn
Destroying The Mask
Norlita Brown
Shameeka Ayers
Darryl Alexander Hines
In My Rearview Mirror
Suzetta Perkins
A Blessing and A Curse
Andrea Clinton
Jeanetta Britt
Walking In His Shadow
Terri Whitmire
Homecoming Weekend
Curtis Bunn
Black Coffee
R. L. Byrd
Ada Rules
Alice Randall
Players To Prayers
Frederick Leo Spears
The Rainbow
I'm Mixed
Svenya Nimmons
A Cold Piece of Work
Curtis Bunn
Come Sunday Morning
Terry Hill
My Sister's Veil
K.C. Marshall
Dirt and Hardwood Floors
Barbara L. Eikner
Monda Raquel Webb
Life Is Like
A Soul Train Line
Monda Raquel Webb
Looking For Sweet Love
R.L. Byrd

Searching For
Tina Turner
Jacqueline Luckett

Master The Culture
Vernon Martin
My Street
G. Fitzgerald Coaston
Life In The Paint
John D. Hollis
Hostage of Lies
Maxine Thompson
No Greater
No Greater Love
Multiple Orgasms
London Kennedy
That Was

That Was Then, This is Now
Curtis Bunn


Black Youth Rising
Shawn A. Ginwright

Tour Secrets
Valerie Joyner
Desperate Dating
Faith Murphy Knight
Don't Let Mama Read This
Eleven Months of Hell
China Ball



Reflections In Black
Leon Mann Jr.

Letters To My Young Sisters
Stephanie B. Tillman



2015 NBCC Registration

Dates: Aug. 7-9, 2015 at the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead, 3405 Lenox Road, Atlanta

Site: Our rate is $119 per night at the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead. Please call 404-261-9250 and ask for the National Book Club Conference rate.

With registration comes admission to all NBCC-related events; registration gift bag with at least three complimentary books, souvenir program, bookmarks, NBCC t-shirt, pen and other goodies; breakfast on Friday, Aug. 7th; complimentary wine at reception on Friday; breakfast on Saturday, August 8th and dinner that night at semi-formal awards banquet; AND a one-of-a-kind literary experience.

Early bird registration: $200 until September 10th.
Rate after September 10th: $300 per person.
Groups of five book lovers or more: $275 per person.

Payment schedule:
Non-refundable deposit now: $100
2nd Payment: November 10th: $100
3rd Payment: January 20th: $100 (or $75 if five or more)
We also customize payment plans. E-mail to curtisbunn@yahoo.com.
Make credit/debit card payments to www.paypal.com; send payment to e-mail address curtisbunn@yahoo.com.

To register by check, please make out to NBCC Foundation, Inc. and send to:

NBCC Foundation, Inc.
2015 Registration;
245 Highland Avenue N.E. Suite 230-171
Atlanta, GA 30307.

Please include either form or a sheet with book club name if you are in one e-mail address and city and state.
All payments will be confirmed via e-mail.


What Authors Say About The NBCC
"NBCC... the most important book club conference for authors and publishers of color... and where I go to meet and greet the authors I love to read. NBCC does for the Atlanta what the Harlem Book Fair does for the New York – provides access and information for both the up-and- coming as well as the established authors."
– Eric Jerome Dickey, New York Times best-selling author

"The National Book Club Conference is hands-down the most fabulous event I attend each year, and it is the only event that allows multiple authors to come together with hundreds of very dedicated readers – readers that we never would have been blessed to meet otherwise. It is one of the few events I know of that highly benefits publishers, authors, and readers all at the same time and the reason I participate every single year."
– Kimberla Lawson Roby, New York Times best-selling author

"The NBCC was truly a wonderful experience. The support and love and response I received from the loyal and enthusiastic book club members touched my heart. They remind me of why I write and why I launched my own independent publishing company, DownSouth Press. Thank you, Curtis, for all the work you do for writers, for readers and for African- American literature. You are a treasure, and we do appreciate you."
– Tina McElroy Ansa, New York Times best-selling author

"There is no book event that we look forward to as much as we do the National Book Club Conference, and as usual, this year's event was outstanding. You have created the best environment for both authors and book lovers. It is intimate, warm, friendly and informative – despite the 600+ enthusiastic book club members in attendance. The NBCC is the only forum to offer authors—both newly published and established – an opportunity to interact, both formally and casually, with so many fans who we know buy the books and read them! Thanks for bringing us together, and for always making us feel special. Where else is there an author red carpet? We can't wait for the next one."
– Donna Grant & Virginia DeBerry, best-selling authors

What Readers Say About The NBCC
"One of the most extraordinary experiences of my life! It was all you had promised and more. This could not have happened at a better time in my life. I will be coming as long as the Lord allows, and I will be bringing new people, including new authors. See you next year!" -- Gwendolyn Beam, Peace of Mind Book Club, Boilingbrook, Illinois "All I can say is, "Wow!!!" The conference was more than I could ever dream of. My book club, "My Sisters & Me," was so excited. We had the best time. We can't wait until next year."
-- Debra Smith, My Sisters & Me Literary Guild, Houston, Texas

"It was an honor to be among so many avid African American book lovers and our book club the Black Pearls will be looking forward to coming next year. . . We are all fortunate to be a part of this yearly experience."
– Erica T. Munn, Black Pearls, Los Angeles, CA

"Thank you for giving such a great book lover's celebration. We truly experienced the spirit of the Lord in that place. Thanks again for the one-in-a-million, ultimate book lovers weekend."
– Josephine Fulcher Anderson, Norwalk, CT

"This top-shelf event has definitely succeeded in bringing our people together for the purpose of encouraging individuals to respect, enjoy and spread the LOVE of reading all over our communities, state, country and world. I am very grateful that such an event exists."
– Judi Belle Raines, Sugar and Spice Book Club, Queens, NY


MJL is the author of three must-read books, including Lacy Red Thong, a story of mental and physical cruelty and violence in its most sexually aggressive form. Shandese has been a life-long victim of sexual and physical torture that no one should have to endure. This is her confession. Sometimes a person can be pushed to the limit and evolve enough to turn from victim to victimizer. There's a saying: The one who appears to be the weakest should be feared the most. Visit her at www.moistjuicylips.com.

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