By Nancy Higgs

Are you missing your Book Discussion Group?

Now that meetings are so difficult to manage safely, many people are suffering from Book Discussion withdrawal. EVPL has several options to help fill the gap. In all cases, we make efforts to make sure the books are available in quantities and formats to meet demand.

True Crime fans can join the Facebook Group for True Crime on Tap on the second Tuesday evening of each month. This group previously met at Myriad Brewery to discuss that month’s True Crime book. They are still reading a book each month, but now are meeting on Zoom for the discussion. If you want to join in, but aren’t on Facebook, please contact juliaa@evpl.org, and someone will be in touch to provide the Zoom link.

Facebook is also the host for an ongoing EVPL Book Discussion Group, which has so far read Historical Fiction, Nonfiction, and psychological suspense titles. We launch a new discussion every two to three weeks, so if you aren’t interested in the current title, you might find the next one right up your alley. New questions for discussion are posted every day or two, so take a look at this one!

We have just launched a new Women’s Fiction Book Discussion meeting on Zoom. The first discussion will be Thursday, August 27, at 7:00 pm. If all goes well, we may offer discussions on other genres in the future. 

The Mystery Lovers Book Discussion, which used to meet at EVPL North Park, has been meeting monthly on Zoom until such time as the meetings may resume in the buildings. Interested in participating? Contact Nancy at nancyh@evpl.org or at 812.428.8237 for details.

If you have suggestions for titles to be included in our discussions, or other book-related online programs you would like to see, please let us know, using our Contact Us feature.

Nancy Higgs

Nancy Higgs

With 8 locations throughout Vanderburgh County, EVPL is ready to discover, explore, and connect WITH you! We encourage you to uncover new things, revisit old favorites, and to engage with us along the way.

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