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Are you a part of a reading group or a book club?


Any of you belong to a reading group? Can you talk about how often you meet and what do you talk about? How do you decide on what to read on? Is it too formal? How do you make it really constructive?

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Ebonny says

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deergha (dghbrh) says

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    sriparna 4 years ago

    No, but I would like to be. I know some of my friends are a part of a group who read various authors and meet informally in a cafe or so and discuss what they have read. I have seen this in Japan also.


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    sriparna 4 years ago

    Excellent, it must be very intellectually stimulating. I also wish to be a part of such group, though I don't mind having different tastes but I need a group with a passion to read and be open minded to lend ears to others' points of view. Thanks!


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    Nathan Sickman (JustHowitSounds30) 3 years ago

    The analysis part is still important, even if we just "skim" news articles, handbooks, etc., because we have to understand what we are reading and how/if it can be applied.

    I might not enjoy the book clubs you have been to so far, either, though!

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    Beata Stasak 3 years ago

    I think, my fellow hubber it all depends where you live and who you meet:)

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