A couple weeks ago, I was in the middle of a good book, Upside Down by Mark Davis, when I tweeted that FFL needed to have a book club. So many of you interacted with that tweet and expressed sincere interest in something of the sort. As young conservative women, we have a plethora of books at our fingertips to help us not only learn about the issues but learn how to become better purveyors of those issues.

With a hefty Amazon wish list and a huge stack of books on my desk, I decided to share my conservative/Right-leaning/Republican/working girl reading list with the rest of the world. Whether you’re interested in certain candidates, conservatism for fiscal reasons, social issues, or a combination of the two, or even just being the best woman you can be, you’ll find something perfect for you on the list. This list was compiled with love and attention and a lot of conservatism, so get reading!

We are so lucky to have so many great right-leaning authors in our sphere, and we should do everything we can to take advantage of them. Whether you read one book a week or one book a month, reading books on this list will leave you feeling accomplished and motivated to do something big and make a real difference in the world of conservatism and beyond.

All of these books are available on Amazon.com or wherever books are sold. 

 

  1. Who Stole Feminism by Christina Hoff Sommers

  2. Who Built That by Michelle Malkin

  3. Hands Off My Gun by Dana Loesch

  4. Fast and Furious by Katie Pavlich

  5. Adios America by Ann Coulter

  6. Can’t Is Not an Option by Nikki Haley

  7. Chinese Girl in the Ghetto by Ying Ma

  8. End of Discussion by Guy Benson and Mary Katherine Ham

  9. There Goes My Social Life by Stacey Dash

  10. Assault and Flattery by Katie Pavlich

  11. Bay and Her Boys by Bay Buchanan

  12. Tough Choices by Carly Fiorina

  13. The Silencing by Kirsten Powers

  14. Now They Call Me Infidel by Nonie Darwish

  15. And the Good News Is by Dana Perino

  16. Con Job by Crystal Wright

  17. Upside Down by Mark Davis

  18. No Higher Honor by Condoleeza Rice

  19. Getting Real by Gretchen Carlson

  20. Outnumbered by Jedidiah Bilah

  21. The Joy of Hate by Greg Gutfeld

  22. Things that Matter by Charles Krauthammer

  23. Plunder and Deceit by Mark Levin

  24. Hillary’s America by Dinesh D’Souza

  25. Tied Up in Knots by Andrea Tantaros

  26. A Choice Not an Echo by Phyllis Schlafly

  27. Defeating Jihad by Sebastian Gorka

  28. Emily Gets Her Gun by Emily Miller

  29. Lone Star America by Mark Davis

  30. See No Evil by Joel Pollak

  31. Settle for More by Megyn Kelly

  32. My Father My President by Doro Bush

  33. Flyover Nation by Dana Loesch

  34. Dirty Sexy Politics by Meghan McCain

  35. Let Me Be Clear by Katie Keiffer

  36. The Selfie Vote by Kristen Anderson

  37. The Intimidation Game by Kimberley Strassel

  38. The Conservative Heart by Arthur Brooks

  39. Uncle Sam’s Plantation by Star Parker

  40. How to Talk to a Liberal by Ann Coulter

  41. Divider-in-Chief by Kate Obenshain

  42. God and Man at Yale by William F Buckley Jr

  43. Tyranny of Cliches by Jonah Goldberg

  44. Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters by Meg Meeker

  45. Happily Ever After by Elizabeth Kantor

  46. What Women Really Want by Morgan Brittany and Gina Loudon

  47. Balancing It All by Candace Cameron Bure

  48. A Nation Like No Other by Newt Gingrich

  49. Roar by Scottie Nell Hughes

  50. Crisis of Character by Gary Byrne

  51. Right for a Reason by Miriam Weaver and Amy Jo Clark

  52. Feisty and Feminine by Penny Young Nance

  53. If You Can Keep It by Eric Metaxas

  54. Making the Case by Kimberly Guilfoyle

  55. Clinton Cash by Peter Schweizer

  56. Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Spirit of America by Amy Newmark and Lee Woodruff

  57. Secrets of Six-Figure Women by Barbara Stanny

  58. Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office by Lois Frankel

  59. Live Original by Sadie Robertson

  60. Disinherited by Diana Furchtgott-Roth and Jared Meyer

  61. #GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso

  62. First Women by Kate Andersen Brower

  63. I Love You Ronnie by Nancy Reagan

  64. Sold Out by Michelle Malkin

  65. Turnaround by Mitt Romney

  66. Hillary the Other Woman by Dolly Kyle

  67. Unashamed by Christine Caine

  68. What I Saw at the Revolution by Peggy Noonan

  69. It IS About Islam by Glenn Beck

  70. The Long Game by Mitch McConnell

  71. Leave Your Mark by Aliza Licht and Donna Karan

  72. Time to Get Tough by Donald Trump

  73. Time for America by Ted Cruz

  74. American Son by Marco Rubio

  75. Gifted Hands by Ben Carson

  76. No Apology: Believe in America by Mitt Romney

  77. The Way Forward by Paul Ryan

  78. American Dreams by Marco Rubio

  79. The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump

  80. Young Guns by Eric Cantor

  81. Rising to the Challenge by Carly Fiorina

  82. Crippled America by Donald Trump

  83. Unintimidated by Scott Walker

  84. Taking a Stand by Rand Paul

  85. Liberty and Tyranny by Mark Levin

  86. Resurrecting the Idea of a Christian Society by R.R. Reno

  87. The Road to Serfdom by F.A. Hayek

  88. An American Life by Ronald Reagan

  89. Gods, Guns, Grits and Gravy by Mike Huckabee

  90. The Conservative Mind by Russell Kirk

  91. My Grandfather’s Son by Clarence Thomas

  92. Why Government is the Problem by Milton Friedman

  93. Decision Points by George W Bush

  94. Please Stop Helping Us by Jason Riley

  95. Bullies by Ben Shapiro

  96. The War Against Boys by Christina Hoff Sommers

  97. The War on Guns by John Lott

  98. How to Be Right by Greg Gutfeld

  99. Progressive Racism by David Horowitz

  100. Excuse Me, Professor by Lawrence Reed and Ron Robinson

 

Aryssa D
FFL Cabinet Member
Aryssa is a student at Yale University, where she enjoys worshiping the patriarchy, making sandwiches, and finding a husband. She loves wearing her FFL gear and documenting the horrific expressions that ensue for her scrapbook. When she is not being "oppressed" by the patriarchy, she enjoys Lilly Pulitzer and classic novels.