Book Groups

 

THE LATEST NEWS ABOUT AUNTIE'S BOOK GROUPS

NOTE: For book club meeting dates, you can check our events calendar, or follow the links below to a specific group page. Thanks for your interest!

Need suggestions for your group? Check out the  Recommendations here. Or, look over the display in the book club corner for ideas from other groups/readers.

Have questions or comments? Contact LINDA AT 509-838-0206  or email at auntiesbooks@gmail.com. Happy Reading!

 

2019 FANDANGO LOTS OF FUN - THANKS TO ALL!

 

  

Our 2018 Fandango was made extra special by guest authors Trent Reedy (2nd from left, back row) and Sharma Shields (2nd from right, back row). They are shown with a few avid booklovers who stayed after the event to chat. Thanks to everyone for making this a great event!

At the 2017 Fandango (Sept. 28) 0ur guest speaker, Katie Mehan, provided a wealth of information for booklovers. Thanks, Katie! To see more photos from this event, click "here".

Shann Ray entertained and enlightened book club members at the October 2016 Fandango celebration. Click "here" to see more.

                                                       

SAVE THE DATE! SAVE THE DATE! SAVE THE DATE!

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PLEASE SUBMIT READING LISTS for 2020!

If you have not yet sent me your new list of books for the 2020 reading year, send one in please, so I can check on availability and get you on display in the Book Club Corner.

 

March and April 2020 group selections

 


March Book Club Selections


March selections for open groups meeting at Auntie's:

   Auntie's Evening Book Group -- The Cassandra by Sharma Shields

      Auntie's Morning Book Group --  One for the Blackbird, One for the Crow by Olivia Hawker

   Mystery-Thriller Club --  Crimson Lake by Candice Fox

      Armchair Travel Discussion Group - The Theme is ROMANI CULTURE - your choice of book or other support material

   Your Choice Book Discussion -- Come share the books you have read this month and hear about others you might like.

      Nature & Environment Discussion Group - Inconspicuous Consumption by Tatiana Schlossberg

VISIT EACH CLUB'S INDIVIDUAL PAGE FOR A MORE COMPLETE LISTING FOR THE YEAR.

     
BUY NOW BUY NOW BUY NOW Enjoying a group discussion at the Auntie's Morning Group meeting


March selections for open groups not meeting at Auntie's:

   The Out Readers - - tba  (group meets at the Argonne Library in the Valley on the 3rd Tuesday of each month) contact dogmomz@comcast.net

      Dark City Mystery Book Club -- tba  (meets at 1104 W. Heroy (school building) at 7 pm - 3rd Monday of month 294-7076)

FUSE - e-mail ejtoungate@gmail.com for more information - meets downtown - month's selection is:  On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong 

Meet at: Fellini House, 1603 W. Pacific (next to Total Trash Records and with free parking) - 6:30 p.m. Wednesday March 11

Northwest Passages (Spokanesman Review) Book Group - details at Spokesman Review - Northwest Passages Book Club:  March 18, 7 p.m. at the Montvale Event Center, Spokane - Guest: S.M. Hulse to discuss her book EDEN MINE This is a ticketed event. Visit the Spokesman Review site for details.

 

     
BUY NOW   BUY NOW Enjoying a group discussion at the Auntie's Morning Group meeting

 

March selections for private groups registered at Auntie's:

BCB 2nd Thursday -- tba

Power of One Book Group -- 

Salk's Book Group -- tba

Sharlott's Web - tba

South Hill Book Group -- A Path Appears: Transforming Lives by Nicholas Krist

Third Wednesday Book Group --  tba

Three B's Book Group

Weekly Readers Book Club -- 

 


April Book Club Selections


April selections for open groups meeting at Auntie's:

  Auntie's Evening Book Group -- So Long As We're Together by Glenda Burgess

      Auntie's Morning Book Group -- The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes

  Mystery-Thriller Club -- Knots & Crosses (Rebus #1) by Ian Rankin

      Armchair Travel Discussion Group --  THEME TBA

  Your Choice Book Discussion -- no specific title; come talk about what you're enjoying!

Nature & Environment Discussion Group -- we continue with Inconspicuous Consumption by Tatiana Schlossberg

VISIT EACH CLUB'S INDIVIDUAL PAGE FOR A MORE COMPLETE LISTING FOR THE YEAR.

     
BUY NOW BUY NOW BUY NOW Enjoying a group discussion at the Auntie's Morning Group meeting


April selections for open groups not meeting at Auntie's:

   The Out Readers -- x  (group meets at the Argonne Library in the Valley on the 3rd Tuesday of each month)

      Dark City Mystery Book Club -- tba (meets at 1104 W. Heroy (school building) at 7 pm - 3rd Monday each month - 294-7076)

FUSE - e-mail ejtoungate@gmail.com for more information -  meets downtown - month's selection is:  The White Devil's Daughters by Julia Flynn Siler

Meet at: Fellini House, 1603 W. Pacific (next to Total Trash Records and with free parking)  6:30 Wednesday April 8

Northwest Passages (Spokanesman Review) Book Group - check for details at the Spokesman Review - These are TICKETED EVENTS - visit SR site for click-through buttons.  April Event: April 30th, 7 p.m. at the Montvale Event Center - Guest: Noé Álvarez discussing Spirit Run

 

     

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BUY NOW BUY NOW Enjoying a group discussion at the Auntie's Morning Group meeting


April selections for private groups registered at Auntie's:

BCB 2nd Thursday -- x

Power of One Book Group -- 

Salk's Book Group -- 

Scharlet's Web -- 

South Hill Book Group -- This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel

Third Wednesday Book Group -- x

Three B's Book Group -- 

Weekly Readers Book Club --  

 

Let's Keep In Touch! HAVE A GREAT READING YEAR!

If you want to receive monthly e-mails with an update on the Book Club program at Auntie's, please contact Linda at auntiesbooks@gmail.com and I will add you to our e-mail list (we do not share with others). See you soon!