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  • A Room of One's Own: A Yahoo mailing list for women and girls, including novels, short stories, poems, self-help, spirituality, and feminism.
  • Adbooks: E-mail based `group` created to discuss young adult literature.
  • BCR Book Club: BCR Book Club is dedicated to learning about life through books, friendship, laughter, food and drink.
  • Best In Books: Online site for an off-line reading `group` for books of Jewish interest.
  • Between Friends Literary Group: A `group` of friends who gather together to discuss good literature.
  • Bibliofemme: Irish bookclub including a database of reviews and recommendations for contemporary literature, literary fiction, biography and books by women writers.
  • Biblion Boys' Club: The Biblion Boys' Club meets about once a month in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to discuss a book. Each month's book is given a "thumbs-up" or "thumbs-down" by each attendee.
  • Book Clique Cafe: Features a large variety of reading groups for most book genres.
  • Book Club of The Potomac: Offers a brief biography, reviews and discussion. Includes meeting schedules and locations.
  • Book Movement: Offers tools for managing a book club, including reminder e-mails, a forum, and a library of reading guides.
  • BookBlog [dot net]: An online book club in weblog format.
  • BookChatCentral: Reading Group community, friendly message boards and chats. Newcomers welcome.
  • Bookedin Book Discussion Group: An online reading `group` dedicated to discussing and reading books and discovering new books to enjoy
  • Booker Tea Reading Group: Booker Tea Reading Group: Monthly gatherings in Metropolitan D.C. to discuss award-winning literature on contemporary political issues. New members welcome regardless of age, gender, race, and sexual orientation.
  • Best selling and independent author interviews, news, reviews, readers' ratings, and discussion boards and chats.
  • Bookish Girls: Offers information on an internet-based reading `group` which hosts monthly discussions on two books, as well as swaps and some off-topic conversation.
  • The online book club with a twist - the books are chosen online, but discussed in person! Discuss books with different people each time.
  • Brookworms Reading Group: Reviews contemporary fiction and novels. Site offers commentaries on the books the `group` has chosen to read.
  • Canadian Readers Group: Active international book club shares their reactions to one book each month. Books are selected by the members from a wide variety of genres. All proceeds from books purchased through Canadian Readers Group links donated to literacy programs.
  • Cheltenham Book Group: A small Book Group. Includes information on setting up and running a book club or reading `group` and book reviews and recommendations
  • Classics Reading Group: Virtual reading `group` which meets online to discuss one classic reading title per month.
  • Cow and Chicken Reading Group: An online book discussion `group` where members can choose to join in a monthly 'group read' or leave comments on other books they are currently reading. Vote in poll to elect the next book that you want to read.
  • Fellowship of Book Goddesses: Group of Friends that meets every month in Edmonds, WA for a good laugh and discussion on a good piece of literature. There is no shortage of discussion or laughter.
  • Guildford Book Group: Details of a young and lively book `group` for the Guildford area, Uk.
  • Hooked On Books: Online monthly book discussion through chats and message board. All books are voted on by members and all types of book discussions are encouraged.
  • Houston Book Club: Book Club in Houston since 1989. We vote and read on a topic for six months.Meet monthly. Fiction and nonfiction.
  • Hump Day Book Club: Website that lists past books read and future books to read by our book club. Provides recipes from prior book club meetings that were popular.
  • It's A Must Read: Book discussions reading group. Join in on the monthly read, read and give your opinions on books and authors.
  • Ladies of the Grape: Site contains reader's recommendations, reviews, and suggested recipes for book club meetings.
  • Lavendar Salon Reader Online: Online verson of a newsletter for Lesbian Reading Groups across the country, includes lists of book clubs.
  • Literary Fiction Lovers: An e-mail based book club and reading `group` that enjoys literary fiction, chatting with other book lovers and discussing books. With author recommendations and discussion on award-winning authors and literature.
  • Literary Society of San Diego: Includes member information; calendar of events; contact information.
  • MT Book Club: Online reading `group` club for women. Read a book a month selected by the members and then discuss it via mailing list.
  • Mostly, We Eat: Book Club that meets over great meals. Book reviews, reading lists, great book related links, excerpts of extensive press coverage.
  • Reading Group: The New York Times Web site provides a moderated forum to discuss a book chosen by readers each month. Requires registration.
  • North York Literary Club: NYLC offers residents of North York a place to meet and discuss literature of all genres.
  • This online book club is designed for readers who want to exchange ideas about books, authors, book club how-to's, and other reading-related issues.
  • Oxford Reading Group: Oxfordshire-based book `group` who meet monthly to discuss literature (and other things)! Site contains details of books read so far, links and details about how to join.
  • Philosopher's Stone Book Club: Book club for thinking readers in the Corona-Riverside, California area
  • ReadersOpinions: An online bookclub where members enter titles, ratings, and reviews of books they have read into the site database, allowing others to produce screen lists of the database content and to interact with each other on a Discussion Board.
  • Reading Group Choices: Selections for lively book discussions. Features annual print publication, hints for leaders, hints for starting groups.
  • Reading Groups on Women's History: Groups studying women's history, women's lives, and related topics at
  • Redlands Fortnightly Club: Founded in 1895, the Redlands Fortnightly Club is the oldest continuously-meeting literary `group` in California. Listing of all papers and all members. Full text of more than 70 papers on varied subjects.
  • Roman History Reading Group: Discusses Roman history, related fiction and nonfiction. Includes a reading list and Roman and Mediterranean history related links.
  • Seriously Good Books: Bulletin board for discussion of intelligent books, both fiction and non-fiction. Yahoo registration required.
  • Sisters and Brothers of Chicago Book Club - Book Review and Discussion: A chicago based book club that focuses on reading thought provoking books.
  • The Book Bags: A women's book `group` based in Cheltenham, UK. The site presents reviews of books the `group` has read, including top ten and worst reads, over the last five years.
  • The Book Group List: Online discussion `group` with ratings and extensive archives.
  • The Book Venue: Books are rated, reviewed and discussed by site visitors.
  • The Denton Literary Society: Offline reading `group` that meets monthly to discuss current selections. Includes lists of past and upcoming selections, reviews by members, links to outside reviews and to sites related to the selection of the month.
  • The Emily Chesley Reading Circle: Includes the history, literature, science and speculative fiction, parody and humor of Emily Chesley and other writers of her era.
  • The Junction Online Book Group: E-mail and chat book discussion.
  • The Movie Stars Book Club: Portland, Oregon based `group` including a unique rating system and member profiles.
  • The Reading Group Page: Reading `group` site, replete with books read since 1992, photos, links, and facility for suggesting books to read.
  • The Still I Rise Book Club: Canton Ohio: African American women: includes book reviews.
  • Virtual Science Fiction/Fantasy Reading Group: Discussion and opinions on Speculative Fiction in a virtual medium.
  • Words and Flava Book Group: This site captures the essence of our book discussions, the food we eat at our meetings, our Flava-ful insights, and links that could facilitate Reading!
  • Wuthering Bites: Discriminating book reviews for book clubs plus literary-inspired recipes and menus.
  • Zenana Book Club: A reference site for club members and anyone interested in literature, art, gardening, and music.

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