Ever wish you had a place to capture your conversations about books? Join the club!
Whether your meetings are organized affairs or excuses to gather with friends, this brightly designed journal gives you plenty of space for writing, a reading list of crowd pleasers, and fun icebreakers so you can show up and share. Inside you ll find
entries to catalog the discussion for each meeting
plenty of pages to record your personal thoughts
space to note what you ate and drank
suggestions for fun activities to try during your meetings
curated lists of compelling books to read together
Book Club: A Journal acknowledges the wide range of interests and reading habits within book clubs, with recommendations organized in a way to help readers discover new voices from all kinds of backgrounds. Never again will you have to search far and wide to find your next great read!
Welcome to the definitive book clubbing journal.
Whether you re a voracious reader now or want to bring books back into your life, whether you re a book club veteran or want to start your first one this notebook is right for you.
At the heart of this journal, you ll find guided pages to help you prepare for, keep track of, and remember your meetings with your beloved fellow readers. You ll have a tidy place to list questions about what books you ve read and document details about the meetings themselves, and plenty of personal space to write your own thoughts, feelings, and memories. And next time you forget who said that Brilliant Thing about That Awesome Character? Just pull out your journal and reminisce.
These pages also include a helpful guide to starting and running a book club, and, in the back, fun activities to kick off your gatherings and curated book recommendations when it s your turn to suggest your group s next read.
Above all, use this journal in a way that works for you and your reading buddies. Sharing your literary life with others can be one of the best decisions you ve ever made.
Abbe Wright and Ilana Masad, Read it Forward