The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Bibliophile: June 2016
Tattenhall definitley has more than it's share of Bibiliophiles — a thriving library, published authors (more of that at a later date), publishing businesses (ditto), hundreds of pounds spent at the last book sale and many well attended book clubs! The very nature of a successful book club often means they are by invitation only, or aimed at a very specific reader. In fact, sometimes the first rule about Book Club is that you do not talk about Book Club!
One group of Tattenhallers have gone against this trend — sending an open invitation, with a choice of books and meeting dates to join a new Book Club — A club for people who love to talk, read and drink wine. Search Tattenhall Book Club on Facebook for more information. The first meeting is imminent — watch this space for more details.
And if you are feeling particulary fired up — here is some guidance on how to set up your own book club.
Off now to read 'All the Light we Cannot See' by Anthony Doerr — my #FridayReads and book club read for this month.
Don't forget to send us your #FridayReads to firstname.lastname@example.org
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