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Book Clubs Near You in McDonough, GA

COVID-19 UPDATE: BOOK CLUBS ARE BACK TO MEETING IN PERSON, BUT WE WILL STILL HAVE THE ZOOM OPTION FOR THOSE NOT COMFORTABLE TO MEET IN PERSON YET. 

Want to join our book clubs near you?
To join a book club, please read the book, check the date of the bookclub that you would like to join, and attend!

Membership is free, we just ask that you show your support by purchasing the book from us.

Why buy the book from us?
We do not charge for book club memberships or events, so the only way we can offer this free service is if you buy the book club books from us.

If you borrowed the book from the library or a friend, please remember us as you purchase gifts.


 

Social Justice Book Club

Next meeting: November 12th @ 6:00pm ON ZOOM AND IN PERSON!
When: Every other month
Location: Story on the Square,19 Griffin Street

 

A book club for those who want to continue their education on the injustince in America. This book club will discuss topics like the affordable housing, the economic inequity, race-relations, global warming and other social justice issues in our country.

  This month's book selection is: Caste: The Origins of Our Discontent by Isabella Wilkerson

 Click here to join our Zoom Meeting!


 Book of the Month Book Club

Next meeting: Oct. 13 @ 6 PM
When: Every other month
Location: Story on the Square,19 Griffin Street

A book club for explorers of all genres. YOU pick what we read! This month's book selection is Dead Astronauts by Jeff Vandermeer.

 Join us in our Zoom meeting!

 

Hot and New Fiction Book Club

Next Meeting: Thursday November 18th, 6:00pm- 7:00pm
When: 4th Thursday of every other month, 6:00 pm
Location: 
Story On The Square

For adults who want to stay on the front end of the hottest and most talked about recent releases.

This month's book selection is: Anxious People by Fredrik Backman

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Cookbook Book Club

Next Meeting: **canceled due to COVID-19**
When: The 3rd Thursday of the month
Location: Story on the Square, 19 Griffin St


 

 

 

History is Alive Book Club

Next Meeting: December 10th 6:00pm-7:00pm
When: 2nd Thursday of every other month, 6-7 pm
Location: Story on the Square, 19 Griffin St.

Featuring a range of non-fiction books across different periods of history, especially tackling tough subjects that we still struggle with as a society. This month's selection is Sex With Presidents by Eleanor Herman.

                                                                               
 

 

 

 Mystery / Thriller Book Club

Next Meeting: November 5th @ 6:00pm
When: First Thursday of Every Month
Location: Story on the Square, 19 Griffin St.

Featuring a range of thriller and mystery novels across different genres. .

Nov. 5 we will discuss The Girl With a Clock for a Heart by Peter Swanson.

Click to join the November Zoom call here!

December 3rd we will be discussing The Guest List by Lucy Foley.

 

 

 

Weird Science Book Club

Next Meeting: Wednesday November 11, 6pm-7pm
When: 4th Wednedsay of every other month, 6 pm
Loca
tion: Story On The Square, 19 Griffin St.

Featuring a range of science, medical, and math non-fiction books. 

This month's selection is Extraordinary Insects by Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson

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Drunk History Book Club

Next Meeting: November 20th 7:00pm-8:00pm
When: the last Friday of every other month, 6:00-7:00pm

Location: Story on the Square and ZOOM

This month we are reading: Seattle Prohibition: Bootleggers, Rumrunners and Graft in the Queen City

Join us on Zoom! 

 

 

 

 

 

Romance Book Club

Next Meeting: October 22nd 6:00pm-7:00pm
When: Last Thursday of every other month

Location: In person and Virtually on ZOOM

This month we are reading: The Switch by Beth O'Leary

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Pop Up Book Club

Next Meeting: October 23 6:00pm-7:30pm
When: Friday Oct. 23rd

Location: Story on the Square

This month we will be partnering with Fallas Family Vision for a special pop-up book club hosted by Dr Peto Fallas. Join us while we discuss one of our classic favorites, Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton.