Have you read Educated? It’s a memoir by Tara Westover and in this case, truth really is stranger than fiction. This woman defies all odds, leaving her sheltered life behind where formal education was one of many things she was denied, to graduate Cambridge with a Ph.D. Join our Virtual Book Club or use these discussion questions with your own book club.
I can’t believe it’s already time to announce the third book selection for our Virtual Book Club: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones. The book is 320 pages. Note: As an Amazon associate, I may receive a small fee if you make a purchase through one of my links. I first learned about this book prior to its release in February and immediately decided that it
I’m excited to announce our second My Purse Strings Virtual Book Club selection, the novel Moloka’i by Alan Brennert. (Note, there are several books with this title so make sure you get the right one). Last month, we read Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult. The book is 405 pages. Note: As an Amazon associate, I may receive a small fee if you make a purchase
For our first My Purse Strings Virtual Book Club selection, we will be reading Jodi Picoult’s SMALL GREAT THINGS. The book is 481 pages. Note: As an Amazon associate, I may receive a small fee if you make a purchase through one of my links. *If you are here for our book club questions, scroll all the way to the end of this post and you
I was an English major, an English teacher, I read during my long commutes, I finished books on vacation. And then I had kids and it all stopped. My free time consisted of watching the news, Netflix binging and getting sucked into social media. Joining a book club may have singlehandedly done more to improve my sanity than anything else since becoming a parent. I