Click here to join Daytime Book Group, a live virtual program happening at 4pm.
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Daytime Book Group comes together once a month to discuss books that explore life from many angles – from the author’s viewpoint, from the characters’ experiences, and from the group members’ personal perspectives. The group reads both fiction and non-fiction, and participants engage in lively discussions on the topic. Members usually meet after the book discussion at a nearby restaurant for social talk and visiting.
2022 Reading List:
- January 9 @2pm: A Short Stay in Hell by Steven L. Peck
- February 6: You’ll Never Find Us: a Memoir by Jeanne Guy (Author, Jeanne Guy will join our discussion)
- March 6: The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
- April 3: The Leopard is Loose by Stephen Harrigan to be published Jan 2022(Author, Steve Harrigan will join us for the discussion)
- May 1: The Freedom Artist by Ben Okri
- June 5: Cloud Cuckoo Land by Anthony Doerr
- June 26 (July Book Club selection date change due to July 4th weekend) Hamnet: a novel of the plague by Maggie O’Farrell
- August 7: The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles
- August 28: (September Book Club selection date change due to Labor Day weekend) Freedom by Sebastian Junger
- October 2: Untamed by Glennon Doyle
- November 6: Ghosts of New York: a novel by Jim Lewis
- December 4: Einstein’s Dreams by Alan Lightman
Please read these ground rules ahead of the conversation:
- Please keep your camera on for the discussion and provide your name.
- Mute if there is background noise.
- Respect the privacy of others by not reporting what you hear in this conversation with any specificity or attribution.
- Be respectful and listen when others are speaking.
- Allow everyone’s voice to be heard that wants to be heard.