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How to become MiNDFOOD’s Book Club of the Month

Tell us about your book club and you could win a selection of novels plus feature in MiNDFOOD magazine and on our website.

How to become MiNDFOOD’s Book Club of the Month

Each month in MiNDFOOD, we introduce you to a different group of people, who all share a passion for literature and meet regularly as a book club to discuss their latest read.

If you are part of a book club, and would like to be considered as MiNDFOOD Book Club of the Month, tell us about your book group in 25 words of less, using the comments box below. Not only will you be considered to appear in the magazine, but you could also win a selection of novels for you and your friends to enjoy.

Happy reading!


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6 Comments on How to become MiNDFOOD’s Book Club of the Month

  • Les
    May 31, 2013 7:27 am

    BBC that is the name of our Book Club. We are a group of 9 ladies from Birkenhead who meet monthly to discuss and exchange the Book we have read.

  • Kateecam
    June 5, 2013 4:53 pm

    Takaka book club inc. We are 8 like minded ladies who meet monthly to discuss anything we have all read lately. Mindfood was discussed last month

  • SallyCaskey
    January 10, 2014 10:42 am

    As you like it is a book club I started 2 1/2 years ago here at the Stratford Library. We are a group of ladies 9although men are welcome!) who meet and enjoy friendship and books. Those who want coffee meet at the local cafe at 10.00 and then at 1030 they come across to me at the library. We talk about everything, enjoy little quizzes and challenges and especially we treasure the friendships we have made.

  • zzzjackdogzzz
    June 22, 2014 7:48 pm

    Our bookclub has been going for 8 years and includes 9 of us who take it in turns to host every 6 weeks. The group includes 2 friends who I have known since kinder (over 40 years ago). The highlight of each bookclub, apart from reading the books, is what desert the host will make each time. Food, wine, books and mindfulness. Hearing and sharing about each others busy lives including holidays and children, weddings and separations. We love getting together. One thing we have never actually done is Name our bookclub – what an interesting thought! Perhaps I’ll bring it up at our next one. Thanks Sue

  • KF
    December 21, 2014 8:04 am

    Loose Leaves Book Club began in 2001 with most members associated with visiting America’s Cup teams. Post-the-Challenge, the book club lived on. It is now a more ‘local’ group which meets monthly at Time Out Bookshop.

  • yiucherie11
    February 19, 2016 3:15 pm

    LC Expedition is our book club name. L means Leticia, my best friend’s name, and C means Cherie, my name. L lives in the US and me Hong Kong. We were high school schoolmates. However, when she was at Grade 10, she left HK and settled down in the US. A few years ago, she came back to Hong Kong for a visit and we decided to start our own book club. Since we have friends living around the world, we would be sharing books with them.

    The following is how the sharing works: once I have finished reading a book, I would write a review in the book, sometimes I would even highlight, underline, draw and comment between lines. Then this book will be sent to L, she would do the same and send this book to her friends whom I do not know. This is how we communicate and share. And the idea of giving also makes us happy. We are planning to pass this idea/spirit to our kids when they are older.

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