On 9th January 2015, I went to my first library book discussion club. It was a meeting of a club focused on fantasy and science fiction. I thought I should give it a try, especially with The 2015 Sci-Fi Experience and 2015 Library Challenge going on. The topic was Stanisław Lem, whose several stories I read and reviewed earlier.
I hoped to gain some more insight into his works and maybe a recommendation on what to read later on. With such thoughts, I went to the library. Just to have…
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Due to heavy rain, which held back many of us, I decided to postpone the meeting. Meeting 1 of the book discussion club will be held next week, 24.03.2013. We meet at 14:00 by the back gate of UNS.
The theme of the meeting will remain the same – 3 books I like.
Hopefully next week we will be able to meet and discuss.
See you next Sunday.
P.s. Please write down (in comment) as soon as possible if you will come for the Meeting 1.
As I wrote in the earlier post, about the rules made for our book discussion club, meeting 1 and 2 have already been decided on.
Please click “Continue reading“ if you’d like to know the details.
Last Wednesday evening a four of us, me included, meet for a first meeting (aka meeting 0) to discuss about our book discussion club in Solo. We talked about the rules for the book club, as mentioned earlier.
The most important thing is the date of meetings. It’ll be on Sunday, twice a month, after the date of 1st and 15th of each month, from 14:00-16:00. The next meeting will be on 17th March. I know some of you aren’t originally from Solo, but so are the girls who decided this. But… if enough people will want a meeting during the week in the evening, we can make an additional meeting one a month.
Continue reading Our Book Discussion Club – the decisions
As I wrote earlier (in a post explaining what is book discussion club) we should work out on some rules. If we set them now there should be no problems later on.
If you’d like to read about setting up rules, you can check the links below. You don’t have to do that, you can just skip to the next paragraph then.
Please remember that nobody expects 100% attendance from you.
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