Book Club

October Book Club Read

The Conductors (A Murder & Magic Novel) by Nicole Glover 

Since it’s almost spooky season, we wanted to choose a book that had some thrills and a bit of magic/fantasy. The Conductors is also the perfect mix between history and sci-fi.

What’s The Goal?

The goal of the Twitter Space Book Club discussions is to allow us to speak to each other and discuss our thoughts and views about the themes and topics of each chosen book.


Do I have to read the book to join the Twitter Discussions? 

No, while we’ll be covering topics in the book, the discussions will be about the themes covered in the book and questions are designed to allow everyone to participate in the conversation.

Will I need a Twitter account to join the Twitter Space?

Yes and please be sure to Follow us on Twitter @OutdoorsyBW 🙂

Do I have to read the book to engage in the forum discussions?

Yes, these questions are based on the book and follow the reading schedule.

Do I need to be an Outdoorsy Black Women member to engage in the forum discussions?

Yes 🙂

Can I invited others to join?

YES!!! Please do 🙂

Featured Black Owned Bookstores

Name (** member)LocationWebsite
The Collective OaklandOakland,
People Get ReadyNew Haven,
African BookstorePlantation,
Only With Love Books **Lawrenceville,
Good BooksAtlanta,
Da Book JointChicago,
Frugal BookstoreRoxbury,
Loyalty BookstoreSilver Spring, MD &
Washington, DC
Black Garnet BooksMinneapolis,
Bliss Books & WineKansas City,
Shelves BookstoreCharlotte,
The Little Boho BookshopBayonne,
Sister’s Uptown New York, NY
Cafe Con LibrosBrooklyn,
Fulton Street Books Tulsa,
Harriett’s BookshopPhiladelphia,
Turning Page BookshopGoose Creek,
Edna’s BooktiqueDuncanville,
Books and CranniesMartinsville,
Riches in ReadingVirginia Beach,
Estelita’s LibrarySeattle, WAwebsite
Mahogany BooksWashington,
Niche Book BarOnline