25 Nov Book Club Bonanza
Are you looking for a book club to join? A reason to read, or just a reason to read something different? Are you hoping to meet other people to chat about what you’re reading?
Exciting Changes Ahead!
Starting in January our popular Facebook Book Club and Books on Tap group are combining! Please feel free to keep attending Books on Tap or participating via Facebook, but if you are interested in engaging in new ways, both groups are now open to you! Each month, these groups will read the same book. We will then continue to post questions on the Facebook page and encourage anyone and everyone to chime in. Books on Tap will continue to meet at Black Swan once a month to discuss the voted on book, and we will post the event information so that anyone can feel welcome to join (and hey, with free appetizers at each meeting, plus good beer and good conversation, why not!). The bottom line is, if you don’t want to change you don’t have to, but if you are interested in joining the month long conversation on Facebook or joining the in-person conversation at Black Swan you are always welcome to!
We will be reading The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison in December in the Facebook Online Book Club. There is no December meeting for Books on Tap so feel free to get started familiarizing yourself with how the Facebook Online Book Club works, or enjoy the break!
“The Silent Wife” has been described as “This summer’s Gone Girl- I gobbled it down in one sitting,” by Anne Lamott at People. Jodi and Todd are at a bad place in their marriage, with much at stake. Read as she, the repressed killer, and he, the cheating victim, hurtle toward the main event. We will post some questions and things to consider soon, but we’d LOVE to hear what YOU have to say… post your own thoughts, questions, rants/raves, etc. any time!
And don’t forget to vote for our January title! We have four unique and exciting options up for voting now, including Yes Please by Amy Poehler, Geek Love by Katherin Dunn, Tell the Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt, and Belzhar by Meg Wolitzer. For more information about these books click HERE.