Welcome to our Book Club Corner 

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Join us in our discussion of:

A Magic Steeped in Poison by Judy I. Lin

May 29th at 7:30 PM EST

How can my Book Club partner with Xolo Books?

You can inquire about our Book Club supplier services by filling out our Book Club Supplier Form. Or by emailing support@xolobooks.com with details about your Book Club.

We offer discounted rates and donate a percentage of the sales to our Non-Profit of the Month. This is a great way to support organizations fighting for racial and social justice in the U.S.

 

What is a Book Club?

A Book Club is a group of people who read a book together and meet to discuss it. Reading a book can sometimes feel like a solitary activity. Books take you on a journey. It makes sense to want to share that journey with someone else.

 

Traditionally Book Clubs read one book a month and meet in person for the discussion. But today, Book Clubs have modernized and adapted to match readers evolving interests and needs. A Book Club can be just you and your best friend reading a steamy romance novel for the summer. Or a Book Club can also be a group of strangers from across the country who are passionate about a book genre (e.g., social activism, fantasy, BIPOC authors, etc.) that regularly meet over Zoom. A Book Club can also be a group of coworkers who want to read diverse stories and discuss them in their office’s conference room.

How do I start a Book Club?

  • Step 1: Find a buddy (your friend, coworker, Abuela, etc.) and pick a book you want to enjoy together

  • Step 2: Decide on a length of time to read the book (e.g., a month, two weeks, etc.)

  • Step 3: Acquire the book you decide to read

  • Step 4: Decide if you want to discuss the book in-person, virtually, or a combination of both.

  • Step 5: Pick a tentative date for the book discussion.

    • It is important to be flexible. People might not be able to join, and sometimes your group will not finish the book. The structure is important, but so is creating a space where people do not feel pressured. It’s all about having fun!

  • Step 6: Have some discussion questions prepared for the meeting to guide the conversation.

  • Step 7: Host and enjoy the book discussion

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