Book Clubs

Reese�s Book Club

Book Clubs

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Reese�s Book Club

Books that feature a woman at the center of the story. Founded by actress Reese Witherspoon.

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New York Public Library & WNYC�s Virtual Book Club

Virtual New York-based book club that offers live stream events for Q&A between readers and the author

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Silent Book Club

Volunteer-launched chapters located all over the world, giving introverts a casual atmosphere to read together

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Oprah's Book Club

Book club founded by Oprah Winfrey. Accompanying podcast episodes provide chapter-by-chapter readings.

  Advice  

Joining a book club is a great way to expand your mind and meet people with similar interests. Book clubs allow you to share your ideas, have open discussions, and connect with others around the world. Some are free to join and others require a subscription. Many host interviews and Q&A sessions with the author so you can dive deep into each book. Different book clubs have different focuses and and cater to specific audiences, so we recommend thinking about what you want (local chapters, interactive discussions, POC or queer authors, etc.) and then taking a look at what each has to offer. You can join a number of free book clubs, then decide which ones you enjoy the most.

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Andrew Luck Book Club

Recommends two books each month: one for beginners and one for advanced readers. Publishes podcasts with author interviews.

Belletrist

Features in-depth interviews with authors for a behind-the-scenes look at the process. Founded by actress Emma Roberts.

Between Two Books

Recommendations from singer Florence Welsh and celebrity guests. Discussions take place through social media.

Book Clubz

Helps readers find meaningful connections through a community of book lovers

Book Riot Insiders

Quarterly reads culminating with live video-chat discussions for subscribers

Book of the Month

Subscription service with a new book each month

BookSparks

Reads from a variety of genres, from debut to well-known authors, with chances to win books

Books and Boba

Spotlights books written by Asian and Asian American authors

DC Public Library

In-person and online book clubs powered by the DC Public Library

Girls� Night In Book Club

Free eBook subscription service that features a different author every month

Go On Girl

Features literature from members of the Black diaspora in a number of genres

Goodread's Choice Awards

Popular site for book discovery and sharing that provides thousands of recommendations

LA Times Book Club

Selections from world-class authors focused on West Coast and Southern California

Ladies� Lit Squad

Female community that features books written by women and POC. Supports independent bookstores.

Lez Book Club

Queer-womxn, trans, and gender nonconforming community with reads shared through an Instagram account

LitHub

Contemporary works across the literary spectrum

Literati

Choose from several book clubs focused on various genres and topics and get books delivered to your door

Mocha Girls Read

Monthly book club for black women, hosted both online and in person

No Name

Features 2 books each month written by POC and sends picks to incarcerated individuals through their Prison Program

Now Read This

Monthly fiction and nonfiction books with hosted discussions. Powered by PBS and The New York Times

OKHA

Digital bookclub focused on queer and black stories. Hosted by PRIM

Online Book Club

Free online club with large community following from all over the world

Our Shared Shelf

Feminist book club run on Goodreads. Founded by actress Emma Watson.

PureWow

Digital lifestyle brand that hosts book clubs geared towards women

QUARANTINI

LGBTQ+ book and film club with monthly book recommendations

Read with Jenna

Monthly picks with lively discussions powered by The Today Show

Rebel Book Club

Nonfiction book club with monthly picks voted on by members, meetups, conversations, and author collaborations

Scholastic Book Clubs

Helps teachers prepare for the school year by rounding up the best children's books by grade

ShelterBox

Subscribe, vote on the monthly book, and receive the winning books while helping provide shelter for people in need

Sparkle Nation

Highlights literary works through readings, workshops, discussions, and more

The Girlfriend Book Club

Facebook community that fosters transparent conversations and relationships through books

The Rumpus

Paid service that provides access to books before official release and hosts interviews with the author

The Social Book Club

Book club that hosts discussions throughout the month on social media platforms

Third Place Books

Focused on American identity and community outreach

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