Create New Friendships by Joining A Book Club!
Looking for a new way to create new friendships?
Join a book club with other like minded people!
Book clubs allow us to get to know each other better and feel connected.
There are many versions of book clubs out there:
Some book clubs:
- Disguise themselves book clubs, but it’s just basically another way to socialize
- Actually read the book and have discussions
- Requires you each read a different book, and talk about why you liked your book
- Meet in person or virtually (whatever feels comfortable for you)
If you can’t locate a book club that fits your needs, maybe you can start your own!
Decide what kinds of books you want to discuss and start inviting people.
You can meet in a person’s home or even a bookstore, library or coffee shop!
Or, if you want to take the “everyone read a different book” route, you could choose a theme like self-help, romance, health, mysteries, or biographies.
There are so many possibilities!
You decide what feels right to you!
If you’re not part of a book club yet, reading is still a good habit so keep reading until you find that perfect book club!
Do you belong to a book club?
If so, what kinds of books do you read and discuss?
Please leave a comment.
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