As a reformed book club snob, let me offer five reasons that I think it's a good idea to join a book club.
Read Whole Story
There is a solution to the time crunch: the beauty and brevity of a short story. For those with circumscribed time, short stories deliver, and deliver big time.
Every Wednesday evening at Kirk in the Hills church in Bloomfield Hills, worshipers gather to discuss the world's most popular book: the Bible. And th...
What do a Spanish renaissance princess, a book-phobic overweight girl and a vegetarian child desperate for artificial sweeteners have in common? You'd think, not much!
You can mourn the death of publishing or you can start bushwhacking a new book trail. These women certainly have.
Here are my twelve: Each book celebrates the birth month of an author, a holiday or some other event connected to that month.
About a year ago, I caught book group fever. An avid reader, I had never been part of a book group. I listened wistfully to friends' recounting of lively conversations, envying the breadth of titles discussed by readers.
A book group offers so much more than just reading -- especially to women. They offer an escape from families, demanding kids, the laundry, and the drone of a ball game.
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