Category Archives: Book Club Discussion

Book Club Discussion: Labor Day by Joyce Maynard

Yesterday evening, I led the fiction book club at One More Page books in our discussion of Labor Day by Joyce Maynard. To start off the meeting, we enjoyed a delicious pie baked by Tiffany, one of the book club members. She didn’t use a recipe, instead baking the pie based on the information relayed […]

Book Club Discussion: Favorite Books of 2013

In addition to blogging, working full-time and raising a family, I am also the fiction book club leader at One More Page Books.  Each January we have a unique way of celebrating the first meeting of the year. Held right after the holidays, I knew many of the book club members wouldn’t have time to […]

Book Club Discussion: Favorite Books of 2012

  As the fiction book club leader at One More Page Books, I wanted to come up with a unique way to celebrate our January meeting. Held right after the holidays, I knew many of the book club members wouldn’t have time to read a book for discussion. Instead, I opted to do a book […]

Review: Another Piece of My Heart by Jane Green

Hardcover: 400 pages Publisher: St. Martin’s Press (March 13, 2012) ISBN-10: 0312591829 Source: Publisher Andi waited all of her life to find the perfect man, finally finding him at age thirty-seven. Ethan is a wonderful man: hardworking, loving, dedicated. He’s a divorced father of two girls. While Andi wanted a family of her own, joining […]

Review: Pictures of You by Caroline Leavitt

Paperback: 336 pages Publisher: Algonquin Books (January 25, 2011) ISBN-10: 1565126319 Source: Publisher One foggy night, two women both running from unhappy marriages, are quite literally brought together when their cars collide.  April, mother of Sam, a severely asthmatic boy, is killed instantly.  Sam escapes the accident by running into the nearby forest.  While Isabelle is […]

March Book Club: These Things Hidden by Heather Gudenkauf

DC/MD/VA Book lovers! Join me on Tuesday, March 1 at 7 pm at One More Page Books as we discuss These Things Hidden by Heather Gudenkauf.  Allison Glenn tried to hide what happened that night…and failed. The consequence? Five years in prison. Now she’s free. But secrets have a way of keeping you caged…When Allison is sent […]