Does Anyone Want To Start A Book Club Locally?

I’m reading a couple of books that make me realize it would be fun to have someone to chat with about them.  If anyone wants to start a club, we can find a neat place to meet locally, or we can even meet on Skype!

Just let me know.
Books on my current night table are:

The Mermaid Chair by Sue Monk Kidd

Run by Ann Patchett

The Floating Admiral by Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers and G.K Chesterton

Graves in Academe by Susan Kenney
What do you like reading?



4 thoughts on “Does Anyone Want To Start A Book Club Locally?”

  1. Pottstown Public Library has a book club that meets the last Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm. October’s book is Angle of Repose by Wallace Stegner. There’s a lot to discuss with this book. I highly recommend it for book clubs. The other ladies and our two gentlemen would be happy to have you in our group.

    1. Thank you Frances, I should have known to check with the Pottstown Library for other book lovers. Maybe I’ll be able to start in November? In the meantime I’m going to try to find Stegner’s book.

      Thanks again, but I’m thinking if you want to advertise your group, maybe you could share a little about what some of the members thought of this month’s book and I’ll be glad to post it.

  2. Members of the book club don’t often see each other between meetings. However, Nancy has been inspired to find out how much about the pioneer grandmother is based on a real person. It will be interesting to hear what she has found out.
    One great thing about the library book club is that Carolyn Wiker, a librarian, gets the books for us ,no cost, no fuss.

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