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8 Meetup Groups match “Novel Reading” near Salt Lake City, UT
This is a group for anyone interested in reading all types of subject matter (non-fiction, fiction, self-help, biographies, etc, blah, blah) and having a good time discussing what we've read. What's permitted in this group: -Wine, beer and other yummy beverages -Laughing -Banter -Open minds -Foodies -Men and women (well I guess if you're not human, you can still come as long as you're at least 21 years old) What's not permitted -Ignorance and close mindedness -Kids and babies -ANYONE under 21 y …
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Anyone out there North of Salt Lake who really loves to read? If so, come join me in sharing the books you love, finding new books to love, and probably sometimes hating a book or two. Join now for monthly meetings to discuss previously agreed upon titles in locations that we love. Perhaps a nice chat at the coffee house or local park? All suggestions welcome. I love reading and would love some new friends to read and chat with!
I have wanted to be in a book club for a long time, but cringe when my friends tell me their clubs are reading "Diaries of a Shoppaholic" and the like. I love to read, but feel like I have a more and more difficult time finding books that I really love. I would like to start a group that could meet monthly and, in addition to the typical pick a book, read and discuss, talk in general about books we love and why. Perhaps every other meeting we could pick a book to read that either one member love …
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Read. Eat. Discuss. Have fun. Repeat. Food and books--almost as good of a pair as milk and cookies. Or Lennon and McCartney. This is all about getting together with other people who enjoy eating and reading and discussing what makes literature great and any other topics that may come up. With so many books in print it is good to have direction from other avid readers to know what to read next. What better avenue than over a delicious meal at one of SLC's fine dining venues? Classic reading (li …
I love to read and I love people! We're hoping to make this a fun book club......no religion, no politics and just meet new friends and enjoy each others company, while maybe reading something we might not have picked up ourselves. I think we all can get stuck and tend to read the same type things. I'm hoping that everyone will come with great ideas and we'll choose some really interesting, mind blowing books! Please come and give a try! I think you'll like us. I know I did the first time I came …
Do you regret not paying attention during your literature classes in high school? Would you like to read the "classics" and discuss them with others? If so, you've found the right club. We will be reading a wide range of modern, ancient, medieval and contemporary classic books from around the globe! Anything over 600 pages.... we'll probably split into two meetings. Please be sure to read the rules and policies when you join in the discussion section!
Creative connections is a group for those who enjoy creating, writing and lively discussion. This group is about discussing ideas and feeding off of the creative energy of others. For those who want to finish that novel, start that screenplay or want to pitch your great story ideas, this is the place to start. I hope to foster creativity, imagination and a community of artists who inspire each other and encourages each other to be their best.
“In 1816 Mary and Percy Bysshe Shelley visited Lord Byron at his villa in Switzerland. Among other subjects, the conversation turned to the feasibility of returning a corpse or assembled body parts to life. Sitting around a log fire at Byron's villa, the company also amused themselves by reading German ghost stories, prompting Byron to suggest they each write their own supernatural tale. Mary Shelley conceived the idea for Frankenstein and Lord Byron managed to write a short fragment based on va …
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