Book Group Favorites

Here are some book clubs and book club resources:

Book Club Girl, “dedicated to sharing great books, news and tips with book club girls everywhere”

Book Page Reviews and recommendations for book clubbers and solo readers.

Booking Mama, “sharing ideas on books and book clubs (and occasionally some other things).”

Book Reporter: reading group guides, reviews, new releases, news, and more.

Dear Reader, where you can join an exciting array of online book clubs, preview two to three chapters of new books (delivered to your email inbox), participate in reader forums, interact with authors as well as fellow readers, and more.

Free Book Notes, a student resource offering free study guides and summaries for over 44,000 titles

Janeites Discussion Group:
“The premier net discussion list for Jane Austen’s books and movies”

Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA)
Consider joining JASNA and joining (or forming) a local reading group that discusses Austen’s works, the works of her contemporaries, and/or contemporary works that allude to or are homages to her work.

Pulpwood Queens Book Club: “where tiaras are mandatory and reading good books is the RULE!” Chapters all across the United States and in eight other countries.
Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict and Rude Awakenings of a Jane Austen Addict are both Pulpwood Queens Book Club selections.

Reader’s Circle:
“a book club networking site serving the US, UK, Canada, and 19 other countries with listings for local groups, author events, and phone chats.”

Reading Group Choices:
75 discussible books for your reading group, including CONFESSIONS OF A JANE AUSTEN ADDICT in the 2009 edition. To buy a copy of Reading Group Choices, click here. Reading Group Choices is distributed nationally to libraries, reading groups, book stores, community book festivals, and individuals.

Teen Reads: If you love YA lit, this is the place to be for teens or teens at heart.