Book Club: First Meeting Woes

Hi all!

This was a tough one. I believe the first book club meeting always is. It’s often hard to get schedules on the same track and things on the right page for something that is so brand new. For us, we have such different genre preferences that a book club that is ‘fair’ will always ask for it’s members to be understanding, wanting to participate and willing to step outside of their comfort zones. Of course, despite these things being said in advance, you will always lose some one or ones.

Just think, some people aren’t willing to look outside of their own present wants and desires to be apart of something greater, something amazing that will benefit them greatly in the future. It’s not for everyone.

I’ve always loved being a part of an all women’s book club because I want to make more female friends. As we’ve seen, it’s hard to do that as an adult. Work, school, home; no matter your obstacle, I believe you should always take time out to do something you love to do and to find a platonic someone to do it with.

I need that. I am currently in school, striving to eventually get my master’s degree, revising my book to pitch later this month, beta reading, writing a piece for an anthology, working a new job and I’m also reading books for the other reviews I’m writing. Don’t forget to add on the fact that I just spent forever trying to find an apartment and finally we are moving in.

I need a break from life! Not only do I get to join a group that likes to read, I get to stop the craziness, grab a coffee and get to know people from different walks of life. I get to sit with like minded people and talk about books, authors, and our latest book mark finds. I love that! That’s why this means so much to me. It’s why I want it to work. If not, I’ll have to start all over.

If so…I’ll have to put out an ad “Nerd Friend Looking for Nerd Friend” and who knows what will come from that!

Good Readdance,
Jade

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