Book Discussions

Brown Bag Book Discussion
2nd Tuesday of the month
1-2pm

Books in this discussion range across genre and temperament. Join us and experience books you may otherwise miss!

September 12             Saving Ruth by Zoe Fishman

October 10                  The Age of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker (Pizza Party for Natl. Reading Club Month)

November 14               The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson


Stephen King Book Discussion
3rd Saturday of the month
1-2pm

Stephen King has been a leading author of horror, fantasy, and science fiction for nearly five decades, and today his work is more popular than ever. Come join our Stephen King Book Discussion to talk about his work with other fans, and delve deeper into what makes his books so brilliant and engrossing. Our first meeting on September 16, an open discussion, will be a chance for participants to talk about any of his books they want (or, any of their favorite Stephen King movies!). Our October and November discussions will focus on his novels The Stand and Salem’s Lot– but all discussions will be casual and driven by our participants! Meetings will be held at the Library, and light refreshments will be provided (participants are also free to bring refreshments).

September 16               Open discussion

October 21                     Salem’s Lot

November 18                The Stand


Indigo Book Discussion
4th Saturday of the month
3-4pm

Our discussion group brings mature readers together to discuss a variety of genres primarily written by African American authors.  We engage in lively discussions by sharing, listening and expanding our readers experience on a wide range of topics.

September 23                 Sisterhood of Blackberry Corner by Andrea Smith

October 28                      Cold Flash by Carrie H. Johnson

November 25                 The Breakdown by B.A. Paris