Feb 2020 – Echoes of the Fall by Hank Early – Author present!

THANK YOU Author Hank Early (and wife Becky) for joining our very rainy evening of Birmingham Literary Society’s meeting.  Thank you Diane Masters for being the most delightful hostess and opening your home to us! There’s a humorous saying going around the internet ‘Roses are wet, violets are wet, everything is wet. Please stop raining.’ … Continue reading Feb 2020 – Echoes of the Fall by Hank Early – Author present!

July 2018 – Heaven’s Crooked Finger by Hank Early

What a fun night!  We welcomed Hank Early and his wife to our meeting.  Thank you SO MUCH for coming!!!  Thank you Terry and Sonny for hosting!   Included in our group were some of the husbands which made the conversation even more interesting! Heaven’s Crooked Finger brings backwoods religious snake-handling churches with a twist of… Continue reading July 2018 – Heaven’s Crooked Finger by Hank Early

Feb 2018 – The Suitcases by Anne Hall Whit

Thank you Terry for hosting! Welcome new member Alice —  happy to have you! Our Feb read completely tugged at your heart strings for 3 little girls thrown into the foster care / orphanage system in the years of the Great Depression after their mother passes away.    This is a true story told by… Continue reading Feb 2018 – The Suitcases by Anne Hall Whit

Dec 2017 – Christmas at the Cupcake Cafe by Jenny Colgan

Happy Holidays everyone!  We gathered at my home for our merry year end party of sorts! Our end of year book is usually a festive pick and this one hit the mark.   Festive, light and Christmasy all rolled into one.  Jenny Colgan is know for her ‘chick-lit’ genre.   Christmas at the Cupcake Cafe is actually… Continue reading Dec 2017 – Christmas at the Cupcake Cafe by Jenny Colgan

Sept 2017 – The Lost Time Accidents by John Wray

We gathered at Ginger’s lovely ‘new’ home!  Thanks for hosting Ginger! We needed to break it in properly! Our Sept read was The Lost Time Accidents by John Wray. Summary by Good Reads: In his ambitious and fiercely inventive new novel, The Lost Time Accidents, John Wray takes us from turn-of-the-century Viennese salons buzzing with rumors… Continue reading Sept 2017 – The Lost Time Accidents by John Wray

Jan 2017 – Blood Money – Stephen Russell

Author in the house!  We were delighted to have Dr.  Stephen Russell join us for our January meeting.  He is the author of several books with Blood Money being his first published.   A HUGE thanks to the Harbins for hosting our large group!  Any reason to be in your lovely home and I’m there!  … Continue reading Jan 2017 – Blood Money – Stephen Russell

Dec 2016 – The Christmas Box by Richard Paul Evans

I’m smiling as I write this post.   We have come through a year with new friends, and a new book club – I’m excited to go through 2017 with books, conversations, giggles and who knows what else is in store for us!  :::turning cartwheels::::   Book club means you read some you like and… Continue reading Dec 2016 – The Christmas Box by Richard Paul Evans

Oct 2016 – The Feathers by Cynthia Lott

I love October, Halloween and all things spoooky (Kimy speaking here).   I chose The Feathers for our October read – for a few reasons.  # 1 being it’s my friend’s book (Cynthia Lott actually has her 2nd book out now – The Irises Go Cynthia!)  AND #2 it’s a supernatural murder mystery set in New… Continue reading Oct 2016 – The Feathers by Cynthia Lott

Sept 2016 – All Over but the Shoutin’ – Rick Bragg

A HUGE thank you to Barbara & Robin Harbin —  and of course to Hershey (the milk chocolate Havanese)  who had the final ‘approval’ for us having book club in his lair.   An incredibly lovely home and setting.  Completely magical. Our book for September was by the award winning Alabama author Rick Bragg –… Continue reading Sept 2016 – All Over but the Shoutin’ – Rick Bragg