Category Archives: Book club

The novels that Sueanne reads for book club

Albom, Auel & Crabb – some reads for you

A round-up to date of book club for 2017 How are the school holidays treating you? Fantastic? Mediocre? Crap? All are perfectly legitimate answers although I do hope you're not down at the zero end of a 0-10 scale! And of course, perhaps you don't have kids and school holidays mean nothing to you. But…
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Books, foster care, clairvoyance, writing, this post has it all…

When your brain just won't switch off {This post originally appeared on Sueanne's first blog 'Call me Suzie' on March 16, 2016} I apologise in advance for the words that are about to spew forth. I went to book club last night and our discussion was so diverse – not just about the two books…
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A book club catch-up

10 books for your reading pile [caption id="attachment_2180" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Image credit[/caption] {This post originally appeared on Sueanne's first blog 'Call me Suzie' on February 21, 2016} It’s been a while since I updated what we have been reading at book club: October –‘Murder by Family’ – a true story written by Kent Whitaker, whose family was shot, killing…
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When I first joined a book club…

{This post first appeared on Sueanne's first blog 'Call me Suzie' as 'Book Club: The Red Tent by Anita Diamant' on September 11, 2015} [caption id="attachment_2182" align="aligncenter" width="150"] The Red Tent by Anita Diamant[/caption] I’ve joined a book club. When I told a good friend, she casually remarked, “Yeah, right? And that’d float ya boat, sitting…
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