Womens Bible Cafe Book Club | September 2015

By August 11, 2015Book Club


Fall is coming, and I’m ready for pumpkin-flavored everything, colorful leaves, and the cool breeze with the scent of fireplaces and bonfires on the air!

I’m also excited about jumping into our fall books for the Womens Bible Cafe Book Club!

While all of selections are available in print, they are also offered in Kindle ebook format for our international guests.  You can find them on Amazon, barnesandnoble.com, christianbook.com, in Christian bookstores, or even possibly at your local library or church library.  Used books can sometimes be found on ebay or other online used book outlets.miracle-in-a-dry-season

 We’re going to keep our simple discussion format going this fall.  All month long I’ll post easy-to-answer questions in our Book Club chat room.  Anyone can participate in these Quick Chats!  They are not live discussions; you can post your answers at any time that is convenient for your schedule.

Each month, we read one nonfiction book and one fiction book.  You will start reading your books on September 1st.  There is no specific reading schedule or chapter requirement each week. All you need to do is complete the book and be ready to discuss it during the month. It’s that simple!

So what are we reading? Our theme this month is: Revived

Both books are currently available for Kindle for under $10!  Don’t forget that you may also be able to find used copies of the books online, or find one or both books in your local library.

Join us as we read and discuss these books with our Facebook group!

How to Join the WBC Book Club

To join the Facebook group, LOGIN to Facebook first then click here:

Book Club: http://www.facebook.com/groups/WBCbooks/

Are you interested in reading these books this summer? If so, post a comment below and tell us which book you’ll be reading.


Have fun reading this summer!

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Author Heather C King

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