Wednesday, November 06, 2019

NOVEMBER READING GROUIP UPDATE


Big month for reading groups, though two of my groups are reading the same book! Watch for it.

Molly's Group:
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Tiny Book Club:
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One Book At A Time:
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Carol's Group:
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Bookie Babes: 
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Have you read and/or discussed any of these? What will your reading groups discuss in November?

12 comments:

  1. You've already read The Library Book right? I listened to half of it .... which I liked but then had to return the audiobook before I was done -- so I'd like to read it over print style. The Nickel Boys was one of my top 10 novels this year. I hope you enjoy your discussions.

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    1. Actually I have been meaning to read The Library Book so I am thrilled that I will get to it this month and have two chances to discuss it. The Tinies discussed The Nickel Boys this past Monday and helped each other figure out the ending. Since you have read it, you know what I mean. What an amazing novel it is!

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  2. I saw Susan Orlean on Book TV talking about The Library Book. It sounds very good. I would be curious to know what you thoughtful about it.

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    1. I am excited to read it because it is about the main Los Angeles public library. Stay tuned!

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  3. Nice variety Judy. I'm looking forward to Nickel Boys, everyone seems to have loved it.

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    1. The Nickel Boys, though quite brutal in ways, is an amazing novel!

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  4. Looking into my crystal ball, I see another interesting month of reading ahead for you!

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    1. So far your crystal ball is correct! I just noticed the typo in this post's title. So embarrassing.

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  5. Are your reading groups online or in real life, Judy?

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    1. Very much in real life! I find online reading groups frustrating because the lag between what members have to say throws me too far out of the discussion.

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  6. Then She Was Gone sounds so good! I want to read it. Also the cover is stunning!

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    1. It was a pageturner, that is for sure! I don't usually read popular fiction but this one was fine for a read that just took me away.

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