Reminder: The Book Sessions!

Jul
14
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Just a quick reminder that TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO SIGN UP FOR THIS FALL’S BOOK SESSION! Please check out  the original post for full details and the form to sign up.

What is The Book Sessions you say? I am so glad you asked! The Book Sessions, hosted by Alissa from The Grammarian’s Reviews and Anne from Creativity’s Corner, are a cross between a Read-Along and a Book Club.

Each session will feature 2-5 books of a specific genre or theme that we will be both reading and discussing over the course of several months. The discussions are intended to provide connections between involved readers and spark discussions that go beyond book reviewing and blogging.

Still confused? Check out the sample session below (just click on the titles to check out a description):

August 1-31 – Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson

OPTIONAL August 24 – Sept 15 – The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Steven Chbosky (Alissa and Anne will be reading this together in preparation to see the movie, coming out the 15th. Please let us know if you’d like to join in!)

September 1-14 – What a Boy Wants by Nyrae Dawn

September 15 – Oct 7 – Catching Jordan by Miranda Keannally

Oct 7 – Nov 7 – My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick

All dates for discussions will be decided once participant availability is known. Participants will be chosen and announced in mid-July, leaving you two weeks to find copies of the books, before the session officially starts.

 





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One Response to “Reminder: The Book Sessions!”

  1. Julie says:

    I want to sign up!

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