[Book Club] First Week!

So, the first week of this month’s reading is officially over!

How have you been enjoying?

I’m going to admit to being very bad and I haven’t started reading any of them yet. I’ve been super busy lately, but I’m going to start tomorrow!

If you’d like a refresh of what we’re reading, you can find out here.

Happy reading everyone!

[Book Club] Last Week!

We’re into the final week of this month’s book club. There’s still plenty of time to join in if you’d like to know what we’re reading (You can find them right here).

Are there any peculiar things you’ve noticed about your book? Something that frustrates you? Did you like a certain line or character?

Let me know at the end of the month!

[Book Club] November Reading!

Hello,

We’re at that time of the month again! I hope you’re excited for November’s edition of books.

The theme for this one was conspiracy/revolution, following the theme of Guy Fawkes night in the UK.

The chosen books are:

I hope you all like these, and look forward to reading one/all of them!

November Reading Suggestions

November approaches ever faster, so let’s get some suggestions going!

In the UK, the 5th of November is Guy Fawkes Night. So, let’s keep going with a theme.

Do you have a conspiracy or a book on treason you’ve been dying to read?

Let me know in the comments and we’ll read it next month!

[Book Club] October Reading!

As this is the first month of the Long Readers Book Club after our short hiatus, I’m giving something new a try.

I figured halfway through my time off that perhaps setting one book is perhaps too constricting, so this month, we’re trialling a new format.

I’ve gathered a list of three books, from which you can decide which book you would like to read for the month of October for the book club.

Since October is the month that houses Halloween, I’ve gathered some books that seem scary for us to read!

You can find the list below!

  1. House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski
  2. People Who Eat Darkness by Richard Lloyd Parry
  3. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

I hope these books cover a taste for everyone, and I hope everyone enjoys reading them!