Conservative Book Club Combats Liberal Bias by
Launching New Online Community
Interactive Portal Will Be Trusted Source for Conservative Readers
Despite the explosion of digital data on everything from politics to prose, conservatives still struggle to find a one-stop shop for reliable information on conservative books. To answer this call, the Conservative Book Club (www.conservativebookclub.com) is launching a brand new online community for conservative book lovers -- providing book reviews, news, and previews about hundreds of conservative-themed books and authors.
“We are incredibly excited to launch our new online community, and this reinvention of the Conservative Book Club for the digital age,” said Christopher Malagisi, Editor of the Conservative Book Club. “Visitors will have access to hundreds of book reviews, an author directory, the latest bestsellers, interviews with their favorite authors, sneak previews of upcoming books, and the opportunity to post comments, rate books, and build their own custom bookshelf.”
Conservatives have long bemoaned the unfair treatment of books by the New York Times and other liberal publications. Even Amazon.com doesn't have a “conservative” category, despite the fact that conservative-themed books sell by the millions. The new Conservative Book Club will provide a trusted resource for conservative readers and a welcome alternative to the liberal bias of most mainstream media coverage.
“For 50 years, the Conservative Book Club has been an oasis for free market-thinking, freedom-loving book enthusiasts looking for an alternative to the biased mainstream media,” said former House Speaker and bestselling author Newt Gingrich. “It features the ‘Who’s Who’ among our nation’s most talented conservative writers and commentators.”
Since it was established in 1964, the Conservative Book Club has served as “the guiding light” for millions of conservative book lovers, connecting its members to the best in conservative literature from leading authors such as William F. Buckley, Jr., Russell Kirk, Dinesh D’Souza, David Limbaugh and Ann Coulter.