for book groups

October 14, 2009

she is one smart cookie
she is one smart cookie

So the lovely and talented Lindsey has made something for you. A downloadable, print-outable reading group guide, with a favorite recipe. Because we all know that a book club meeting without food is like a day without sunshine, eh? Enjoy!

Lakeshore Christmas- book club

My book club has trouble staying on topic. It’s such a great time to get together with friends. The one thing that excites us, though, is a really great read, one we can’t stop talking about. This fall, I convinced my gang to adopt When Autumn Leaves by Amy S. Foster for an upcoming meeting. I adored this debut novel and want to make all my girlfriends read it. I’m also excited about Tell Me Something True by Leila Cobo (yes, THAT Leila Cobo). Interesting that both Leila and Amy have strong, strong ties to the music industry. Look them up and see what I mean.

I would love to hear about your book group. What are your meetings like, do you get in cat fights, are Cheetos involved, what?! Inquiring minds want to know. Post in comments below.

  • Our book club also loves to have food at our meetings! Sometimes we all bring food & sometimes it’s just the hostess. Our latest read was “The Memory of Violets”. Each month 1 person chooses the book and hosts the meeting. We also make sure there’s time to share what’s going on in our separate lives.

  • Susan your 2 book suggestions look very interesting and by 2 talented ladies. Leila Cobo in particular has a pretty amazing background – I must get that book!!!

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