About Reading Group Choices:
Reading Group Choices has been selecting discussible books for reading groups since 1994.
Reading Group Choices partners with publishers, independent bookstores, public libraries, and authors to develop resources to enhance the shared reading group experience.
We look forward to recommending titles that will inspire lively discussions for many years to come!
Reading Group Choices Resources:
RGC creates an annual print guide, which is distributed to bookstores, libraries, and directly to book groups.
Digital resources include the website, blog, and eNewsletters.
The website is updated on the first of each month with new recommendations and contests. The blog is updated monthly with new resources and advice, group and shop spotlights, and you can follow along long distance with the RGC group. RGC also sends out a free monthly eNewsletter and free biannual book club mailing.
The RGC staff reviews all recommendations to choose titles that encourage lively conversations.
Books presented on the website, in the newsletter, and in the print guide have been recommended by book group members, librarians, booksellers, literary agents, publicists, authors, publishers, and our advisory board and staff.
In addition to the print and digital resources, RGC organizes reading group events.
Events are held at independent bookstores, book festivals, and libraries around the country.
What People Are Saying:
“I am an avid reader, and I order the Reading Group Choices booklet every year to get ideas for the year’s reading. Thanks for offering these free book contests and for promoting the love of reading.” —Mary
“I love your book, website, and the newsletters! As an organizer of two book clubs, it’s so great to get an early line on upcoming titles. The hardest part is waiting so long to read the book! By using recommendations from your newsletters, I can build a list of monthly book selections too.”
“I love getting this guide every year. So many books, never enough time to read them.” —Susan
“We have learned over the years that displays are a great way to encourage circulation at our small, rural library. One of our best displays is based on the wonderful literary guide published by Reading Group Choices! Patrons cannot wait to get their copies and start reading. We sincerely LOVE your product and feel that it helps us create one of our favorite displays EVER.” —Gail Nartker, Sandusky District Library
“Oh my gosh, this [RGC print editions] is worth the price of admission!!” —Librarian at PLA Conference
“Reading Group Choices continues to be a first-rate guide for those delicious readers that book group members enjoy reading, and that prompt the most enriching discussions.” —Donna Paz Kaufman, Story & Song