How to Conduct a Great Book Club Discussion





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Published on Jul 15, 2010

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If you have the honor of moderating your book club's meeting, find out how to make it memorable.

Step 1: Investigate possible topics
Investigate possible topics. Ask yourself what interests you, for instance, theme, character development, or imagery.

Step 2: Create a list
Brainstorm ideas that spring from your interests in the book – and ask fellow club members to send their questions to you before the meeting.

Step 3: Pick questions
Pick between five and 10 questions. You now have your list.

If there is not much interest in a question, move on to the next one. Enjoy the conversation.

Step 4: Show enthusiasm
Show enthusiasm. If you’re interested in what you’re talking about, it’ll be infectious – which will result in a dynamic sharing of ideas.

Did You Know?
Did you know? When Oprah Winfrey selected Anna Karenina for her book club, its publisher ordered 800,000 more copies.


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