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Book Club Brunch – Chapter 46

Hi lovelies! This week has been all about Wonder Woman for me! I don’t know if you’re feeling the Diana Prince love the same way I am right now, but watching the film was a serious experience in girl power (woman power?) for me. It also made me realize that I know way too much about the history of Wonder Woman. I was gifted a copy of The Secret History of Wonder Woman a couple years back, and once you’ve read that, there’s no going back. I rarely burn through non-fiction the same way that I do fiction, but...

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TRADE | 3 Wonder Woman Comics Worth Reading

Over the weekend, the new Wonder Woman film hit the world by force. Shattering so many expectations, and topping the charts, Patty Jenkins and the rest of the team behind DC Comics Wonder Woman quickly broke a whole smattering of records. This new incarnation of Wonder Woman sparked a whole new fanbase for a timeless character. Checking out the premiere last weekend with Gal Gadot and Chris Pine truly brought Diana of Themyscira and Steve Trevor might have been a lot of people’s first introduction to a truly mythical heroine. With over 75 years of history to build on – including...

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Book Club Brunch – Chapter 45

Hi there! Y’all, I feel like I owe you an apology. For the first time in almost two years, last week Imaginary Book Club didn’t have a single book review go up. What? I can imagine that’s not what you want to hear from me, but it happened. And it happened because apparently I’m old and falling apart. Early in the week, I started getting this bizarre achy pain in my legs, and a sharp pain in my back. I assumed I was dying, because I haven’t felt pain that bad since I destroyed a tendon in my right...

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Read more small press with Vibrant Margins!

Great novels from small presses are out there. But how do you find them? When you have limited time and energy, it’s easy to only see the big books being released by the major publications. Being part of a thriving literary community means reading outside your comfort zone. Picking up a book from a small independent press can be a great way to support smaller authors and explore! There are a lot of amazing books from amazing authors out there that are getting published by small independent press. There are also a lot of duds. Fortunately, we’ve discovered a way...

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Book Club Brunch – Chapter 44

Hi there, This past week has been awesome! I’ve been doing some interviews with authors and publishers to see how they can be more involved with Imaginary Book Club, which has been really enlightening. I’ll be coming back to y’all to see how you like their ideas – if you want to help me think through it, fill out this little survey and drop me your email address! As we grow, my favorite part of Imaginary Book Club is always going to be reading with y’all. And not only is A Man Called Ove a sincerely excellent read, but it’s a...

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Lake Wobegon Days Was Just No Fun

Good lord, I thought I was going to like this book a heck of a lot more than I actually did. For someone who is a dedicated lover of A Prairie Home Companion, I assumed that I could pick up any one of Garrison Keillor’s books and happily be consumed by the warmth, humor, and enjoyment that I get curled up with a coffee listening to A Prairie Home Companion. When I added Lake Wobegon Days to my 35 by 35 reading list (let me know if you’d be interested in my full list!), I was sure that this...

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