If you were going to be in a book club, what book(s) would you like to discuss?
I have to work within the confines of having enough copies of the book, but don’t worry about that when you make your suggestions.
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I have a few..
Love Me- Garrison Keillor
Herzog- Saul Bellow
A River Runs Through It- Norman McClaine
thats just a few…
It’s hard for me to know what men will read. And I don’t want men to feel like they can’t come.
aren’t book clubs wonderful? haha, i don’t know what i would normally like to read in a book club context…just the idea of getting to discuss books with people, ahh, how great that would be. i’m definitely an input-needy person too, kari. but, this summer one of the girls who is in chicago with me wanted the opportunity to a book club-ish thing and since there were none around we thought we would enjoy, we decided just to pick a book and discuss it amongst ourselves. we picked the brothers karamazov by fyodor dostoyevsky. so far it has been awesome…who knew i could be encouraged and challenged by a classic russian novel? ah, the wonders never cease…
Fun question! I would pick any book by Amy Tan or Jane Austen.
Random choices much? I know. I just love both of them as writers. Delving deeply into their books to find all the themes and witty commentary on life of women in two very different parts of the world (China and England) would be so much fun for a willing book club.
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