I'd like to concentrate on reading the entire book, and figured we would let the conversation stay free-form. I'll do my best to bring along some thematic questions that I got from the whole, in the remote case that we fall silent. But other questions and relevant directions to the discussion will be welcome.
The goal of Writers Who Read is to assemble a group of passionately committed writers interested in coming together to investigate craft in a friendly setting.
One evening per month we will meet up to discuss a book voted on by the group. We will began by identifying the aspects of craft readers found to be most successful in the book and then turn our attention to those decisions people felt detracted from the story. Along the way members will be encouraged to explore how the author's choices regarding various aspects of craft compared to their own.