Our next meeting is November 29 at 7PM. The book is MINK RIVER by Brian Doyle. Community is the beating heart of this debut with an omniscient narrator and dozens of characters living in Neawanaka, a small costal Oregon town.
We meet in the church hall (off of 14th Street) on the last Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. until about 8:15. We read fiction, non-fiction, and occasionally a classic or a mystery. Many of the books we select have won writing awards. Generally the books are available in paperback and at the library, and under 400 pages. If you buy the book at University Book Store, ask for the Sacred Heart book selection to receive a 10% discount.
We welcome all opinions, young/old, male/female. We broaden our knowledge by sharing other’s insights. We don’t always agree, but listen respectfully to all opinions. Usually we walk away with more appreciation for books and how their stories affect our lives–and having enjoyed an entertaining evening.
There is no need to sign up in advance or to make a long commitment. We welcome new readers—if a book sounds interesting, please drop in and join in.
There is no meeting in December – check back for January’s book selection.
Contact Betsy Komarnitsky – (425) 453-9106 (email@example.com)