I hope you’ll consider Swimming in the Moon or When We Were Strangers for your book club. Both feature Reader’s Guides with interviews, notes on historical background, themes, research and writing process, and discussion questions to get you started. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I’d love to post pictures of your group and a little bit about who you are, how you choose books, and how you run your gatherings. Every group has a unique way of enriching the lives of its members and keeping reading alive and well in our culture.
I also run workshops for writers of all ages, genre, and stages of their writing careers. Recent subjects include research for writers, character development, and writing about family.
** Wilmington, Ohio’s Six & Twenty Club was founded in 1898, and is still vibrant, always with 26 members.
Themed lunch for the Ubiquitous Chicks club: Italian antipasti and boarding house fare gone to heaven at a beautiful table with great conversation.
Peggy’s book club and guests in Loudon, TN, a great group of writers, sharp readers, travelers, artists, professionals, and cooks.
Here are The Novel Ladies of Loudon, TN, who had great questions coming from a wonderful variety of backgrounds and also offered a fabulous variation (more beer) of Lula’s Beer Cheese from SWIMMING IN THE MOON. You can find the recipe on my blog.