A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens at 11:00am on April 17th at Tea’s Me Cafe. (NOTE: this is a Saturday… We all loved Tea’s Me last time and they aren’t open evenings, so April will be a Saturday meeting.)
PnP brought SEVEN of us together on Monday! (Well, actually 8, if you count the BRAND new little guy in attendance! He slept oh so peacefully thru our chatter.) Jane Austin has been a popular author in our club! She brings the biggest turnouts! (ahh, Christmas decor in the background! Love it!)
On a scale of 1-10 (as my sister says, “if there actually are books that are 10’s”) I’d give PnP a 9.5. The other Austin book we read, Persuasion, is still my favorite, scoring a 10 on my scale.) I had such a good time at the cafe with all these wonderful ladies I wish we met once a week!
I’ll admit I am no expert on books. I actually didn’t like reading much as a child or teen. It wasn’t until I got into my mid-twenty’s that I jumped on the reading bandwagon! Now I feel like I can’t get enough! I love our group because once we gather and start talking about the books I learn so much more about what I just read and all I missed! There are some pretty smart ladies who attend.
Cookies and drinks had by all. And of course a little TableTopics to go around!
I had a fantastic night out! Hope to see you all back next month for The Code of the Woosters by PG Wodehouse on Monday December 14th at 7:00pm at my house. Email me if you need directions. (It’s also our annual Christmas Party!)
I’ll be posting an updated schedule in a day or two so don’t forget to check back here soon!
Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving Eve and I wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving!!!
The Hound of the Baskervilles
October 19th @ 7:00 pm
at Borders Bookstore in Noblesville(at the new mall off 69)You still have plenty of time to get yourself a copy of the book and finish it! I really enjoyed it and can’t wait to discuss it with everyone. Hope you can make it!
Our Christmas party is just around the next corner! We’ll be having a short discussion of our Wooster and Jeeves book before the party on Friday December 4th. Mark your calenders now, the holiday’s get busy fast. We had a GREAT turnout last year and TONS of fun! We’ll definitely be playing another round of Telephone Pictonary!
The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas – February
Muslims Christians and Jesus by Carl Medearis – April