What we're about

This is a group for people who like reading a range of book genres (usually alternating between fiction and non-fiction ... so if you prefer one consider joining us every other month). Starting in March we will start meeting the FIRST Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm via ZOOM. Discussions start with the book but may range into other areas. We hope you'll join us occasionally - no need to commit to regular attendance. At the end of each meeting anyone present is encouraged to contribute a suggestion for the book in 2 months and we draw from a hat (or cup) to determine our read.

Thanks to Rudy Moss for helping to organize this group as Zoom host and announcer. He is now co-organizer!

Upcoming events (2)

Discussing "How I Became Stupid" by Martin Page

Online event

Join us to Discuss "how i became stupid" by martin page ... penguinrandomhouse.com says - "ABOUT HOW I BECAME STUPID Ignorance is bliss, or so hopes Antoine, the lead character in Martin Page’s stinging satire, How I Became Stupid—a modern day Candide with a Darwin Award like sensibility. A twenty-five-year-old Aramaic scholar, Antoine has had it with being brilliant and deeply self-aware in today’s culture. So tortured is he by the depth of his perception and understanding of himself and the world around him that he vows to denounce his intelligence by any means necessary in order to become “stupid” enough to be a happy, functioning member of society. What follows is a dark and hilarious odyssey as Antoine tries everything from alcoholism to stock-trading in order to lighten the burden of his brain on his soul." Until future notice we are meeting via ZOOM to discuss books! You will be able to see the ZOOM link if you RSVP. Please come with your book suggestions for future meetings.

Discussing Cyber War: The Next Threat to National Security & What to Do About It

NPR's Fresh Air website says "Richard Clarke served as a counterterrorism adviser to Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. He spent much of 2001 warning members of the Bush administration about the possibility of an impending al-Qaida attack. Clarke has now turned his attention to another potential security catastrophe: computer-based terrorism attacks... he and co-author Robert Knake sketch out a scenario in which hackers could hypothetically cripple the United States from behind a computer screen. (https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=126097038) Until future notice we are meeting via ZOOM to discuss books! You will be able to see the ZOOM link if you RSVP. Please come with your book suggestions for future meetings.

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