Literature is home to a host of unforgettable parties, from Gatsby’s all-night blowouts to the Crazy Rich wedding of the century. But while readers enjoy getting a glimpse into these lavish events, they often crave something quite different for themselves. Here, we’ll help you to throw a silent reading party for your book club that caters to your members’ favorite things: curling up with a good book and reading quietly.
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A successful book club pick must accomplish many things. For starters, it has to be a great read that the busy people in your club will make time to devour. It must also prompt a compelling and passionate conversation. It’s no wonder that picking your book club’s next book can feel like so much pressure. But don’t worry, we’ve done all of the research for you.
In fact, after we looked at the current most popular book club picks on the site, we got even more curious. We wanted to know which books are the all-time most popular book club picks on the Goodreads? We dug into our data to find this list of classics for your next meeting of bookworms, from the most popular pick, The Book Thief, to Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail, there’s a book here to please even the most demanding readers.
By Cybil, May 24, 2018, first appearing on Goodreads Blog
I bet it’s a great book, but I tell you, that title does not make me feel like something good is about to happen.
Moline Library’s NEW Mystery Book Club!
First meeting is coming up next week! Stop by the 2nd floor reference desk or call us at 309-524-2470 for more information. Books and space are limited.
Do you like books? Do you enjoy clubs? How about surveys?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions then this is the blog post for you. If you answered yes to all three you might want to sit down for this.
I would like to invite you to take the Moline Library Book Club Survey. Just click on the link below and let us know how you feel about book clubs and what kind of book clubs you would be excited to see at the library.
Book Club Survey