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August 22, 2009 at 9:10 pm #5129niftyMember
Hi there, just wondering if there were any book clubs (for adults!!!) in Drogheda area? If not, would love to start one, if anyone has any suggestions would really appreciate it.August 22, 2009 at 9:44 pm #76840AnonymousInactive
Mumstown has a bookclub of it’s own. This is the link. I’m not a member so I don’t have up to date details on it, but if you contact Admin i’m sure they’ll fill you in.November 10, 2009 at 6:06 pm #81355
We are staring a book club in this thread…watch out for new topics!!November 11, 2009 at 10:23 pm #81510BookwitchMember
Next Meeting of Mumstown Book Club will be 18th Nov at 7.30pm at Waterstones Scotch Hall. Pm for more detailsNovember 14, 2009 at 10:18 am #81670
What book are we reading?
If you cannot get to the meeting, we can chat online about it…..
Lets get started!!November 14, 2009 at 3:04 pm #81683
mmm interesting, i might be in too girls.
is it just a general meet up or have people been reading a particular book, also how often do the meetings take place and how long do the meetings last? i’ve been looking for an excuse to start reading again, i’m spending way too much time online!November 14, 2009 at 6:56 pm #81693
I have not been to one yet, this is all new to me but I love to read and chat about the books afterwards…
Does it suits mums better to meet at a location or discuss the book online.
Should we read one book per month?
What about Marian Keyes new one, ‘The brightest star in the sky’? this would be a good one to start off with and you can get it from the local library (I got mine on special offer Easons 9.99)
What do you think??November 18, 2009 at 7:24 pm #81968
sounds good to me, dont think i’ve read anything of hers in quite a while. i think one a month is reasonable and wont break the bank in either money or time! i’ll try to get it this weekend and make a start. i do enjoy a good read, its so relaxing to laze and get lost in a book(when u get a chance), it slows the pace of the day, even if just for a little while 😀November 19, 2009 at 1:39 pm #82040
I saw the Marian Keyes book in Tesco Drogheda yesterday for half price, so its now 7.49. Well worth it, a great read. Looking forward to chatting about it….
Or, you can get it from your local library and even if its not in stock they will reserve it for you and call you when its in. The only problem with Marian Keye’s is the list of people booking it out can be quite long so you may not get it for a while…but its worth a shot! You might get lucky!
let me know when you start reading…November 25, 2009 at 4:30 pm #82518
Has anyone started the Marian Keyes yet? Would like to know if anyone is reading it and guessing where its going to go…November 25, 2009 at 9:55 pm #82592
didn’t get a chance to pick it up last weekend, dd has been unwell so all my plans for leisurely reading have gone out the window for this week. will try to get it this weekend again! hows it shaping up? is it one of those books you just cant put down? i hope so!December 7, 2009 at 1:09 pm #83345
i finally manage to get "the brightest star" last week in watertones for the bargain price of â‚¬7.50!!!! chuffed with that, it was â‚¬15 in tesco when i went in, just in case anyone else was planning on giving it a go! so i’m going to get stuck in this week!December 16, 2009 at 7:53 pm #83991
really enjoying it so far, and loving the narrative style, cant wait to see the story unfold more!
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