Womens Bible Cafe Book Club | October 2016

By September 13, 2016Book Club

wbc-book-clubPeople talk all the time about summer reading and beach reading, but don’t you just love reading in the fall?  There’s something so cozy about curling up with a good book, a warm blanket, and a cup of tea or hot cocoa.

If that sounds like you, then great!  We hope you’ll join the WBC Book Club for our October books!

You can read answers to our Frequently Asked Questions here if you are getting started and want to know how to participate!

Here’s how the WBC Book Club works:

Each month, we read one Christian nonfiction book and one Christian  fiction book.  You can choose whether to read one or both books with us each month.

We start reading on the first of the month.

There is no specific reading schedule or chapter requirement each week.

Our simple discussion format allows women to participate at whatever time works for you.  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.the-well

While all of our book 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.

So what are we reading? Here are the October books for the Book Club

  • October nonfictionThe Well by Mark Hall

    Mark Hall is the lead singer and pastor for the Christian music group, Casting Crowns.  In The Well, he shares how we often try to fill ourselves up with talent, self-sufficiency, approval, and more, but how Jesus is The Well who can truly fill us.

  • October fiction: Lizzy and Jane by Katherine Reay

    Lizzy and Jane are sisters, just like Jane Austen’s famous sisterly pair in Pride and Prejudice.  They share a close bond, but are oh so different.  We’re honoring October and Breast Cancer Awareness by reading this story of Jane’s battle with breast cancer and how it draws two sisters back together.

Great news!  While Kindle sales don’t often last long, our nonfiction book is currently on sale.  Please be sure to buy it for download before this deal ends.lizzy-and-jane

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 with us? If so, post a comment and let us know and then be sure to join our Facebook group so that you can participate in the discussions.

Enjoy a good book with us!

Author Heather C King

Wife, mom, Jesus-follower, fan of tea, chocolate, books, old movies and sweaters. Author of “Anywhere Faith “and “Ask Me Anything, Lord” and writer about God, faith and everyday life at Room to Breathe

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