From Pages to Web; Online Book Clubs to Enhance Your Literary Enjoyment
A good book can take you to far off places or help you solve some of life’s mysteries. Sometimes when you find a good book you just NEED to talk about it. Online book clubs have become a great place to connect with others and to share your love of literature. These clubs are curated by everyone from A-list actors to NFL quarterbacks. Read on for a few online clubs to look into joining.
- Oprah’s Book Club 2.0. You can’t talk about book clubs without mentioning Oprah. Not that she started the concept, but she has focused on bringing books to the masses for years and her online club extends that reach even further. Visit the group here for more information.
- Andrew Luck Book Club. Yes, this is THE Andrew Luck of Indianapolis Colts fame. He started this book club to show that there is more to “jocks” than meets the eye. One of the coolest things about this club is the monthly “Rookie Pick” and the “Veteran Pick” breakdown. The Rookie Pick is geared towards young readers while the Veteran Pick is for the adults. He also runs a Podcast along with the book club called ALBookClub so you can tune in and hear why he chose the books he did and get insight from special guests. Check out more about the Andrew Luck Book Club here.
- Hello Sunshine. This book club created by Reese Witherspoon is focused on strong female characters and online discussions through social media. They have a partnership with Audible as well, which you can check out here. For more information on Hello Sunshine, visit the website here.
- WIRED Book Club. For fans of speculative fiction, WIRED runs a book club focused on the fantastic and science fictional. Check out their latest picks and join the online community here.
- The History Book Club. Fans of history unite! This club is dedicated to all things history. Since history is such a broad topic, the group is split into multiple sections so that you can focus on what interests you the most or branch out into other areas. Check them out on Goodreads and see all of the historical options and discussions available here.
- Goodreads. If nothing above struck a chord with you, check out Goodreads.com and do a little searching. You are sure to find a club that piques your interest. Even if you are not looking for the commitment of joining a club, you can search their site for your next great read.
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