Virtual book club sponsored by the Toronto Public Library, open to members all over the world. Discusses monthly picks, hosts online author chats, and holds contests.
Book Club Reading List
New titles by independent authors who have made themselves available to attend book club meetings by phone, Skype, or in-person added to the monthly reading list.
Book Club Tours
Tailor-made literary-themed short breaks for book clubs and special interest groups. Mainly UK groups but inquiries from overseas are welcome.
The Book Venue
Books are rated, reviewed and discussed by site visitors.
Online reading club. Site has book reviews.
Reading group community, friendly message boards and chats. Newcomers welcome.
Arranges trades of books between people. International. No cost to join. How it works, search available books or wish lists.
Book reviews and activities for site members.
Reading group and discussion forum for both fiction and non-fiction. Includes live author interviews and chats.
Classics Reading Group
Virtual reading group which meets online to discuss one classic reading title per month.
Great Books Foundation
Reading and discussion programs, group leader training, book publishing, critical thinking for adults and children.
Share your book-reading experiences with people from all around the world by giving your books away and recording the book's path around the globe on this site.
It's A Must Read
Book discussions reading group. Join in on the monthly read, read and give your opinions on books and authors.
Lavender Salon Reader Online
Online verson of a newsletter for lesbian reading groups across the country, includes lists of book clubs.
Find and meet book readers in your immediate neighborhood.
A site for book discussion groups with reader guides, recommendations, free online lit courses, book club ideas and activities.
General discussion forum for those who have an interest in reading.
Booksharing platform to lend and borrow books in your neighborhood.
Little Free Library
Builds and places weatherproof boxes to be used for the free exchange of books.
Modern Library 100 Greatest Books
Discussing one book a month from the Modern Library's list of the top 100 novels of the 20th century.
NYTimes.com Reading Group
Provides a moderated forum to discuss a book chosen by readers each month. Requires registration.
Swap your used paperback books with other book lovers while reading books from other members for free.
Viral reading. Book exchanges and reading chains among members and friends.
Reading Group Choices
Selections for lively book discussions. Features annual print publication, hints for leaders, hints for starting groups.
Reading Groups for Everyone
The UK’s largest reading group network.
A web-based (social media enabled) reading system for tablets and laptops. Create an event, invite friends to read with you for a limited time, sharing comments.
Roman History Reading Group
Discusses Roman history, related fiction and nonfiction. Includes a reading list and Roman and Mediterranean history related links.
SeniorLearn Book Discussions & Latin Classes
Online book discussions in all genres. Readers' Guides are provided for selected books.
SJeanneM's Book Club
We read a chapter daily of a published author's book and discuss the questions that come up in the reading.
A Starbucks Book Club Pitch
A pitch to Howard Schultz to have a conversation about books at Starbucks stores.
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