Posts by Imaginary Book Club


Yesterday we hit a major milestone when we has our 500th person to follow @ImaginaryBC on Twitter! As a celebration, and to say thank you to everyone who has made this little blog such a success, we wanted to set up a giveaway. In honor of reaching 500 followers, here’s what we’re giving away. Imaginary Book Club T-shirt of your choosing 10 Imaginary Book Club bookmarks to use and share with friends Paperback copy of...

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As with all book clubs, a great part of the joy of our Imaginary Book Club is reading together and chatting about what we’ve read as a group. For more info on how our online book club work, and the many ways you can participate, hop over here or sign up to read with us.  Each month our #ReadWithIBC post is the place for a no-holds-barred, spoilers-allowed, debate-encouraged discussion of our latest read. Share your thoughts in...

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As with all book clubs, a great part of the joy of our Imaginary Book Club is reading together and discussing books we’ve all read. Each month the Read with Imaginary Book Club (#ReadWithIBC) series features a discussion post on a book, along with a feature of the book we plan to read next month. Read (or re-read) along with us and share your thoughts in the comments!  Join us this July as we take on THE BOOK of the year – The...

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As with all book clubs, a great part of the joy of our Imaginary Book Club is reading together and discussing books we’ve all read. Each month the Read with Imaginary Book Club (#ReadWithIBC) series features a discussion post on a book, along with a feature of the book we plan to read next month. Read (or re-read) along with us and share your thoughts in the comments!  Join us this June as we read a special pick for Pride month...

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There are a whole slew of different days that people around the world use to celebrate the people who raised us. This Sunday was Mother’s Day in the United States, a day set aside to give all the mom’s out there a tiny slice of recognition they deserve for putting up with a lifetime of madness. This Mother’s Day, your Imaginary Book Club just wants to share a little something about our mothers and how...

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