Joining a book club can be the answer to many of life’s questions. It can be a way to expand your horizons and challenge your way of thinking or it can be a soothing balm for feelings of loneliness or boredom. Whatever your reason for joining a book club, one thing is for sure: being a member of a book club will have you interacting with different people, each of whom brings something unique and personal to the table. Something special happens when we forge meaningful connections through reading and discussion; it's the moment we move from being a collection of individual strangers to a group of friends.
Take this short quiz to discover your book club personality
and how you can connect with the perfect book club!
Our vision for Bookclubs is grounded in a deep appreciation for that magical transformation that takes place in a book club. Perhaps you'll be inspired by what other book clubs are reading, consider new perspectives from the stories and authors we feature, and challenge yourself with thought-provoking discussion guides. When you’re open to connection, the magic extends beyond your book club and into your life. Answer these bookish questions to reveal what book club personality you really are!
The Collector: Let's face it, everyone is here because of you. You assembled this rag-tag group of readers, you are the keeper of the calendar, polls, and recommendations and make sure everyone's voice is heard.
The Party Animal: You're here for a good time, not a long time. You know that book club is a social event above all else and your club can always count on you to liven things up.
The Seeker: It's your year of saying yes. Tired of your untouched TBR stack, you joined a book club to meet new people, expand your horizons, and get reading!
The Ghoster: The intention is there, but lacks follow through. Never afraid to RSVP with a yes AND vote on a book, but when the meeting date rolls around you often pull an oops.
The Dissenter: You've earned that RBG pin on your lapel. What's the point of a book discussion if we all like the same books or relate to the same characters? The unexamined book is not worth reading.
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