A reader's circle is a book club where people attend with whatever they're reading. The only structure is if participants decide to have an 'optional book.' Otherwise, people just bring their own books, articles, magazines, and conversation goes from there.
The idea is to loosen the usual format so participants can select their own reading and attend if they're still in the middle of a book. Conversation inevitably covers the books brought and many other subjects as well.
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The Endtime Is Now C. S. DeCaro
We are living in uncertain times, and many are looking for answers. What does tomorrow hold? Is the time of the coming of the Lord at hand? Are we living in the Endtimes? As events continue to unfold, these questions will be sought after with urgency. The church needs to be able to answer these questions with Biblical...
The Disciple's Wife Marilyn Malcolm
Sarah never meant to follow Jesus. She was following her husband. Chasing after him. Trying to save him from the cult of a false messiah. In her pursuit, she wonders why only she seems to hear this charlatan proclaim himself to be God, again and again. And in her journey, she begins to recognize the truth. Wander the deserts and valleys...
Forgotten Ellis Island Lorie Conway
"How rare it is to find an absolutely fascinating story that has never been told," wrote noted historian Doris Kearns Goodwin about Forgotten Ellis Island. The book tells the lost story of the Ellis Island Immigrant Hospital that saved tens of thousands of lives as immigrants flooded onto Ellis...
Floating Underwater Tracy Shawn
Part psychological fiction and part mystical fiction with a dash of magical realism, Floating Underwater follows a woman’s astonishing journey through the extraordinary and, ultimately, to her own self-actualization and power. Fearful that her lifelong premonitions not only predict the future but can also change its very course, Paloma...
The Future of Feeling Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips
An insightful exploration of what social media, AI, robot technology, and the digital world are doing to our relationships with each other and with ourselves. There's no doubt that technology has made it easier to communicate. It's also easier to shut someone out when we are confronted with online discourse. Why bother...
Cry Then Flourish Aulora Chaste
A book of poems that relay true events of an empress enduring & overcoming abuse, self hatred, mental illness, and lust. Just like her, you will land upon confidence, self love, & security. Document your inner healing journey & progression with this poetic journal. Reinvention starts now. Cry then flourish!
Godfrey's Crusade Mark Howard
Godfrey's Crusade is the first installment of the Griffin Legends series. It's a fantasy novel with a mixture of martial and religious themes; we're going on a crusade here after all if the title didn't give it away, it has a carefully chosen combination of fantasy and real historical elements, its plot structure is increasingly complex throughout...
Solomon the Accountant Edward M. Krauss
A Jewish love story. Solomon the Accountant is set in Toledo, Ohio, in the 1950s. Solomon falls in love with the beautiful, newly widowed Molly. He is painfully aware of her recent loss, yet she becomes the focal point of his life. He hopes that someday - regardless of how long...
A Time to Seek Susan Pohlman
With wisdom, reverence, and grace, Susan Pohlman delivers a lyrical meditation on midlife and motherhood while traveling the cobblestoned streets of Florence, Genoa, and Rome. A Time to Seek is a must for those navigating the empty nest or a period of personal transition. As the journey through Italy unfolds, Pohlman...
More than Marmalade Rosanne Tolin
Michael Bond never intended to be a children’s writer. Though an avid reader, he was by no means a model student and quit school at 14. He repaired rooftop radio transmitters during the bombing of Britain in World War II and later joined the army. He wrote about the war and more, selling stories...
Looking for Love in a Garbage Can Lisa M. Sánchez
Lisa Sánchez details the trials, challenges and difficulties of her violent and dysfunctional home environment as a result of her father's alcoholism. In this personal memoir, she illuminates the emotional and physical manifestations of living in a toxic environment, and what it does to your self-esteem, dreams...
The Journey Home Gabriel Bron
The Journey Home is a novel narrated through 35 engaging vignettes involving a son’s relationship with his parents during their final year of life. Using amplified recollections vivid dreams, and impressionistic flashbacks, The Journey Home leads the listener on an amazing pilgrimage of discovery and healing. Starting...
Death and a Crocodile Lisa E. Betz
Sensible women don't investigate murders, but Livia Aemilia might not have a choice. Rome, 47 AD. When Livia's father dies under suspicious circumstances, she sets out to find the killer before her innocent brother is convicted of murder. She may be an amateur when it comes to hunting dangerous criminals, but she's determined, intelligent...
A Story of Bad Edward M. Krauss
The relationship between the police and the media has always been a strange one; adding romance creates serious complications. A Story of Bad is the tale of a cop and reporter entering into a controversial romance, where they both try to stay loyal to their employers' rules and ethics, while...
The Sicilian Woman's Daughter Linda Lo Scuro
Most victims of the mafia are the Sicilians themselves. The role of women both as perpetrators and victims has been grossly overlooked. Until now. As the daughter of Sicilian immigrants, in her teens Maria turns her back on her origins and fully embraces the...
Crown Prince: Book One of New Blood W.D. Kilpack III
Natharr is Guardian of Maarihk, one of a long line of protectors dating back to the Firstborn Age, before the Aa Conquest. Natharr's is an ancient role, rooted in his Firstblood, giving him Sight to see what is yet to be. He adheres to his sacred duties even in the centuries since the Firstborn were forced...
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