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How to form a book club

By: LDS





Have you been wanting to form a book club but didn't quite know where to start? Perhaps you've moved to a new area and want to meet people and make friends. This is how I started my book club.

Start with a book swap party
I began by hosting a book swap party (you can see more details in this post). A book swap party is low-key enough that you can invite mere acquaintances without it being weird. Invite your hairdresser, the mom who you greet at kid pick-up time at school, the neighbour you've been wanting to get to know better. Get them to bring friends. Remember, not everyone you invite will be interested in books, and of course not everyone will be able to come, so extend a lot of invitations.

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