Wish I lived closer! This would be a wonderful book club to join. And, many, many thanks to Andi Kay Klemm for including me on the list with these amazing authors. I am honored!

Anakalian Whims

I made and printed little post cards in preparation of the September 3rd Book Club Meeting (8pm-9pm at HPB Humble!).  We will be discussing Koen’s Through a Glass Darkly.  Feel free to print a copy for yourself.

Pamela Aidan

Paul Anderson

Jean Auel

Bernard Cornwell

Umberto Eco

Karen Essex

Diana Gabaldon

Kathleen O’Neal and W. Michael Gear

Pauline Gedge

Margaret George

Philippa Gregory

Karen Harper

Melinda McGuire

Michelle Moran

Delaney Rhodes

Anya Seton

Anne Easter Smith

Wesley Stace

Also…

Eleanor Hibbert, who also writes under the names:

Jean Plaidy

Victoria Holt

Philippa Carr

Eleanor Burford

Elbur Ford

Kathleen Kellow

Anne Percival

Ellalice Tate

Don’t forget we will be meeting the first Monday of the month through out the Fall/Winter 2012.  Here’s this season’s reading roster:

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The young man or woman writing today has forgotten the problems of the human heart in conflict with itself which alone can make good writing because only that is worth writing about, worth the agony and the sweat. ------ William Faulkner, Nobel Prize Speech, Stockholm, 1950
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  1. DM Yates says:

    It does sound like a fun book club. I wonder if in the future, book clubs will only be online.

    • Donna,
      That makes me sad to think about it. I like the online community – in fact, I LOVE the online community, but I hope there are still face-to-face book clubs that meet over a cup of coffee and engage in a riveting discussion about characters and plots and settings. I don’t belong to a book club like that (or any book club for that matter), so that may just be an image in my head, but it’s a good one!

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