4 Ways to Host a Better Book Club

Book clubs are a great way to meet people, to actually fit some leisure reading into your schedule, and to learn. What’s not to like about taking the best parts of English class—reading and discussion—but trading tests and homework for lattes or cocktails?

Well, one thing comes to mind: It doesn’t always “work.” Between finding a time that works for everyone’s crazy schedules and picking books people will actually want (and have time) to read, it can be hard to start and sustain a successful book club.

If you’re having trouble getting your book club off the ground or looking for new ways to keep your current group energized, think outside the old-school rules. We’ve put four new spins on the traditional book club to help you host events that everyone will love to be part of.

See the rest of my latest Daily Muse post here.