Towne Center Books Book Clubs

If you've been looking for a book club to join, look no further!

We have numerous book clubs to choose from, and they are all free and open to anybody! All you have to do is read the book, and then come join in the discussion.

To see what we are reading each month, look below or stay updated on our book club activities by liking us on Facebook.

Store book club selections are always 15% off. If you're already in a book group you can register at Towne Center Books and receive 15% off your current selections too! Ask our staff for more details.

 


 

Towne Center Book Club

Next meeting: Wednesday, November 15th, at 7:00 PM

This club meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM. We like to read all kinds of books that provoke thoughtful and entertaining discussions. Everybody is welcome to join in!


Towne Center Mystery Book Club

Next Meeting: Tuesday, November 21st, at 7:00 PM

The Mystery book club meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM. Our Mystery club is facilitated by author Ann Parker. The discussions are exciting and entertaining as all aspects of the stories are brought up. Our facilitator adds another perspective to the group's discussions as well, since she can look at the books from a mystery author's point of view.


Towne Center Speculative Fiction Book Club

Next Meeting: Tuesday, January 9th, at 7:00 PM

The Spec Fic book club meets every second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM. 
Speculative fiction encompasses the genres of science fiction, fantasy, alternate history, horror, and more! If you like stories that are supernatural, futuristic, or just plain eerie, come join us!


Great Books Discussion Group

Next meeting: Monday, November 27th, at 7:30 PM

This club meets on the fourth Monday of every month. Each discussion is lead by Brian Mahoney, who works closely with the national Great Books Group to give you an excellent reading experience. People all over the country are discussing these books and selections, why don't you join in?

You can visit the national Great Books Discussion Group website here: