This is a book club for those of us that just want to chill out, read, and discuss books. The knitting is optional.
We'll be starting with Good Omens and going from there. Section pages/ending sentences are posted every Mondays, and chat announcements are posted every Sundays!
Need more info on who we are and what we're doing? Check the links below!
Good day, luvvies. This (short) week, we’ll be reading up to this quote:
“We canna leave our people in there,” he said, and put on his thin overcoat and shapeless hat and went out into the street.
The weather seemed to be blowing up a bit.
Happy reading, and I’ll see you all Sunday! :)
Ahhhh sorry this is so late everyone. I thought I posted this Monday but apparently tumblr saved it as a draft. So we’ll be reading up to the quote:
“If he’d known what was actually going to happen when he met her he would have turned in his grave, except that he had never got one.”
Auuuuugh I’m sorry this is so late, everyone. I’ve started getting sick, too, on top of everything so…I apologize for this being late. And for me being awful at chat yesterday. Next weekend will be better.
So this week we’ll be reading up to this quote:
“Outside in the cavernous turbine hall the machines roared on.
And, a hundred miles away, Adam Young turned over in his sleep.”
This week we will be continuing from where we left off and ending at these last two sentences:
“Even if those two were honest enough to return it, they’d hardly go to all the trouble of finding a cottage they’d barely seen in the dark.
The only hope was that they wouldn’t know what is was they’d got.”
On a second note, I’m considering starting chat even earlier next week, perhaps around 6am, and ending around the same time, 6pm, both in pst. How would this effect the people that weren’t able to join us this time?
Hello! And welcome to Week 1 :)
As many of you know, we are going to start off by readingGood Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. Normally I would use pages/chapter numbers, however there are many different copies of Good Omens, and there are hardly any chapters, if you can call them that. So instead, I’ll blog the final sentence(s) that finish up the section that we’ll be reading for the week.
This week, naturally, we are going to start at the beginning (a very good place to start!) Our first reading section will close with the sentences:
“We like your version better, anyway.
He probably wins prizes for his tropical fish.”