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Welcome to the 25th Anniversary Edition of RGC!

Welcome to the RGC Anniversary EditionWelcome to Reading Group Choices 2019:
Our 25th Anniversary Edition! 

Welcome to Reading Group Choices 2019, our 25th anniversary edition! The 2019 edition is now available for purchase (eBook and paperback) on our website. We hope you enjoy the variety of fiction, nonfiction, and young adult titles we have recommended this year. Thank you, readers, for your continued support, interest, and passion for books as we celebrate our 25th year!

Have fun choosing your books for the year. We wish you happy reading and discussing!

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RGC Newsletter

Reading Group Choices sends out a free monthly eNewsletter filled with useful information, including:

RGC Newsletter

New Fiction, Nonfiction, and Young Adult Book Recommendations
Contests
a Book Group Spotlight
From the Archives Recommendations
Author Interviews
Upcoming Events
Fun Articles with advice for book groups, themed book lists, and more!

We also send one free special newsletter each month featuring an especially exciting title or series.

Register HERE to receive the free monthly and special eNewsletters, and you’ll be the first to know about all of our exciting news for you and your reading group!

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Reading Group Choices Q&A with Julia Fine

Julia Fine

Julia Fine’s newest book of literary fantasy is a darkly-funny, striking debut

Julia Fine recently visited Wisconsin to read and discuss her work with an audience. Julia also kindly took the time to answer our Q&A after she shared part of her book.

702WI: What book changed your life?
Julia Fine: Atonement by Ian McEwan.

702WI: What book(s) are coming out this year that you’re looking forward to reading?
JF: Everything Under by Daisy Johnson. 

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Reading Group Choices Q&A with Amy Stewart

Amy Stewart

Amy Stewart continues to delight with the newest installment in her Kopp Sisters Series

Amy Stewart recently visited Wisconsin to read and discuss her work with an audience. Amy also kindly took the time to answer our Q&A after she shared part of her book.

702WI: What book changed your life?
Amy Stewart: Amy’s Long Night, a Little Golden Book that I memorized long before I could read. I read it aloud to anyone who would listen, turning the pages as I went although I had no idea which words went on which pages.

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The Book Group City Tour: Nashville

Nashville

Nashville offers plenty of opportunities for avid readers. Whether you’re a book club veteran interested in a specific genre or a newbie just trying to find a group, Tennessee’s capital has something for you. Take a look at the list below to see how you can get involved in a weekend-long event with book signings, a book club with a writing activity, and more!

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The September Spotlight Group Is…

The Marguerites

The Marguerites all belong to a nonprofit called P.E.O. (philanthropic educational organization) which raises money for women’s education and is a life-long learning group. When the P.E.O. chapter they were in became too large to host meetings in homes, the chapter split in two but still wanted to stay connected, and so a reading group of women from both chapters was born in 2004.

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