Book DNA: Summer Book Club

Calling all people with a thirst for adventure and taste for controversial conversations (OK, maybe , not every meeting)! Suggestions requested for summer book selection. The first meeting / melding of the minds is 19 August via Google+ hangout. See you there!

Each week we will explore the next five all time favorite and impactful books that have shaped my book DNA. For additional reading recommendations, please review the Book DNA category.

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  • http://community-roundtable.com/ jimstorer

    How about Steve Martin’s “Born Standing Up”? It’s been on my list for a bit. It’s definitely NOT 50 Shades of Anything. 

  • http://cloverdew.com/blog cloverdew

    This sounds really great. I’m not sure I can commit to anything, but I would love to read and discuss books. I’ll try to be around for a hangout – and to finish the book on time (I have trouble with that sometimes). Here are my suggestions:

    Lost & Found – Jacqueline Sheehan
    Maine – Courtney J. Sullivan
    Going Bovine – Libba Bray
    The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul – Deborah Rodriguez
    Paris, My Sweet: A Year in the City of Light – Amy Thomas

  • http://chelpixie.com/ Chel Wolverton

    One I’ve wanted to read and I’m not sure if it’s been done already (read by everyone) is Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience.

    I haven’t read it. I am not sure it’s a good fit for a book club.

    If not, the my other suggestion is the Divergent series. I’ll have to go dig into my list a little more for others.

  • Mihaela Vorvoreanu

    The Googlization of Everything?