Book Club

Get ready for a fabulous Book Club Companion Read for April/May:

Lolita-Reading Lolita in Tehran Companion Read

Grab a copy of the books (your local library should have a few)!

 

Interested in hosting your own book club?  Check out this helpful guide!

Past Book Club with Love at First Book & The Book Wheel

February 2014: A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian by Marina Lewycka

November 2013: Orange is the New Black by Piper Kerman

September 2013: Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg

July 2013: The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery

May 2013: A Train in Winter by Caroline Moorehead

March 2013: In the Woods by Tana French

Past Love at First Book Club picks and links!

November 2012: Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

October 2012: Lord of the Flies by William Golding

24 thoughts on “Book Club

  1. Pingback: Between the Covers with Gillian Flynn: My Thoughts on Sharp Objects, Dark Places, and Gone Girl | Between the Covers

  2. Do you have a list of the upcoming books for your on-line book club. I have not partcipated in an on-line book club before, but I am in two book clubs in my community. I have read The Eligance of the Hedgehog. I don’t blog personally, but enjoy reading book blogs. Thank you, Nancy

    Like

    • Nancy,

      Allison and I pick the next book a month before to give people a good chunk of time to get ahold of the book! At this time, we don’t know what book we will choose next, but we have book club every other month. Our next one will be in September and we will announce the book in August, with plenty of time! If you are subscribed to my blog or follow Love at First Book on Facebook, you won’t be able to miss the announcements! 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, Nancy!

      Like

  3. I just started “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” by Betty Smith this morning (I have a long commute to work). I was reading “The Golem and the Ginni” but I wasn’t loving it. Will pick it up again in a few days. I reciently read “Our Daily Bread” by Lauren B. Davis which I thought was great. “Light Between Oceans” was really good too.
    Cheers,

    Like

    • The Golem was good but sooooo long. It’s worth reading but you have to stick with it. I have a tough time with books over 400 pages. I just don’t see how the author couldn’t have cut out 100 pages or so. Most of the time it seems doable to me! 🙂

      Like

  4. Rebecca – Have you read WONDER by Palacio yet ? It is intended to be read by ages 8 and up and it truly is a book for all ages. The story is beautiful and will make you laugh AND cry.
    If you haven’t read it yet, do – I know that you will love it. We have our entire staff reading it this summer and all students in 4th – 8th grades.

    Like

  5. Pingback: Bloggiesta Challenge: How to Host (& participate in) a Digital Book Club & Giveaway! | Love At First Book

  6. Pingback: Book Club for November: Orange is the New Black | Love At First BookLove At First Book

  7. Pingback: Announcement: November's Book Club Pick

  8. Pingback: Spread the Love Linky Party - Love At First BookLove At First Book

  9. Pingback: 365 Project: Days 280-293 | Love At First BookLove At First Book

  10. Pingback: Orange is the New Black: Book Club - Love At First BookLove At First Book

  11. Pingback: Free Blog Planner Printables! | Love At First BookLove At First Book

  12. Pingback: Spread the Love Linky Party - Love At First BookLove At First Book

  13. Pingback: Between the Covers with Gillian Flynn: My Thoughts on Sharp Objects, Dark Places, and Gone Girl

  14. Pingback: 50 Bookish Things Update |

  15. Pingback: Thank You to My Sponsors! | Pocketful of Joules

  16. Pingback: Winter's Respite Readathon 2014 #WintersRespite | Mom's Small Victories

  17. Pingback: Winter's Respite Readathon Wrap up Post & It's Monday, What Are you Reading Feb. 3, 2014 | Mom's Small Victories

Leave a comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s