By Holly M. Viola • July 31, 2019
Reading groups are a way to celebrate our love of reading, bring together fellow book lovers, and take a deeper look at the ideas, themes, and symbolism presented to us. You want your book club to work together toward these goals, but in this age of divisive rhetoric, it can be hard to maintain a civil discourse.
So just how do you get members to talk in a meaningful way, keep the extra enthusiastic members from dominating everyone else, and make sure nobody gets punched or leaves crying? Here's a few tips to keep the conversation smart, on track, and civil:
We've only touched scratched the surface on tips for book clubs here, but hopefully you've gotten a few good tidbits. Book clubs are all about discussion and sharing, so please leave a comment below, and we can grow our list of tips and tricks!