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Meeting and engaging with readers is a lot of fun—and it is important to me to keep the conversation going!


If your book club decides to discuss one of my books, I’ll be happy to pop in via Zoom or FaceTime during the meeting to chat and to answer your questions. And, needless to say, I‘ll send signed book marks for all members in your group prior to the meeting. Send me a short message at (please write “book club” in the subject line) and we’ll get the ball rolling.

General Book Club Questions
  1. What was your favorite part of the book?

  2. What was your least favorite?

  3. Did you race to the end, or was it more of a slow burn?

  4. Did you reread any passages? If so, which ones?

  5. Who was your favorite character?

  6. What was the most interesting thing you learned from the book?

  7. Why do you think the author wrote this book?

  8. Would you have ended the book differently?

  9. How does the book's title work in relation to the book's contents? If you could give the book a new title, what would it be?

  10. Did this book remind you of any other books?

  11. How did it impact you? Do you think you'll remember it in a few months or years?

  12. Are there lingering questions from the book you're still thinking about?

  13. Did the book strike you as original?

  14. If you could ask the author anything, what would it be?

  15. Would you want to read another book by this author?

For specific questions click on the cover of the book you are discussing:

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