A Year End Message from DJ Gatsby Book Club

As 2015 comes to a close everyone here at DJ GATSBY BOOK CLUB  wants to thank all of the readers and authors who continue to support us. There have been a lot of changes and challenges for internet based book clubs this year but we have continued to be among the most respected in the business. We  are now on Paper Li, ISSUU, Facebook, Twitter , Pintrest,Tumblr, LinkedIn, Goodreads and of course Amazon where we have posted almost 100 book reviews since 2010.


We will be posting our list of the Top 25 Authors of 2015 this year and will be back with the DJ Gatsby Book Club Urban Literary Awards in 2016. Our website http://www.DJGATSBYBOOKCLUB.com will also be re-launched in 2016 to provide a place for all of our members to post book reviews and download free books to read and review.

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We will continue to support Literacy in the Black Community as the #1 Source for Urban Literature and share the Art of Writing and African American Literatrure to all who yearn for Educational, Informative and Entertaining books from Black Authors.

Keep Reading, Keep Writing & Happy Holidays

Jeff “DJ Gatsby” Wilson


Founder Of DJ Gatsby Book Club


Press Release: Author George Cash Book Signing with “B-Girls Book Club” of Lilburn Georgia.

Congrats to first time author George Cash who has been invited to do a Book Signing & Book Discussion for his book The Good & The Bad with the Lovely Ladies of the “B-Girls Book Club” in Lilburn Georgia.

DJ Gatsby Book Club: Book Of The Month September 2015

These are our DJ Gatsby Book Club “Book Of The Month” selections for September 2015. This has been a great summer and as we head into the fall we want to recommend you a few good books to read. As always we encourage all of our On-Line DJGBC members to Purchase, Read & Leave Book Reviews on Amazon.Com for all of our books..

Brooklyn on Lock 2: Stackin’ Riches

sono 32The BK is hot! Money is flowing like spring water. T-SKI has that werk that has the streets fiendin’ and the haters plottin’ and schemin’. And others want his head! But PO is on his way home from a bid, perhaps, just in time to level the playing field before the guns start to pop off.

Meanwhile, MO is having serious problems of his own that threaten to quicken the brother’s demise before they can carry out their plan to put BROOKLYN ON LOCK. Will they survive the many snakes that slither around them?

Sometimes, the cost of making it big in the drug game comes at a price that must be paid in blood. Are the brothers truly ’bout that life? Or will one of New York’s toughest boroughs swallow them alive before they attain the riches they seek?