Blogging the Revolution, the book by the authors of the Caracas Chronicles blog, was reviewed in David's book club yesterday.
“We would do chess day, park day, game day, a book club, maybe a work day for the market, or a cooking day,” she said.
Jocelyn Kelley was a junior in high school when she first started watching Oprah seriously—getting hooked on the book club.
That was the term that set off his feud with Oprah in 2001, when she picked his novel The Corrections for her book club.
My wife read The Leftovers with her book club but the one fight that broke out in book club was about the cigarette smoking.
There was a book club among the English residents, where they enjoyed the sight of several new publications and periodicals.
And my wife made her way over to us between the book club's chairs.
A book club chose The Revenger, the critics sang its praises, and Bird bought himself a house in the country.
The room was full of women—most of them elderly—whom I recognized as belonging to my wife's book club.
Any one, therefore, representing himself as an authorized agent of a book club may usually be branded as an impostor.