Book Club Brunch – Chapter 16

Posted By Whitney | 2 comments


Hi there,

Whitney here with your weekly wrap-up!

This weekend kicks off the National Book Festival, arguably one of the best reasons to live in the greater DC area. I’m looking forward to doing a little appropriate stalking of Kate Beaton, Noelle Stevenson, Sarah Vowell, Colson Whitehead, Carl Hiassan, Joyce Carole Oates, and so many more of my favorite authors. There’s simply nothing like it! Only problem is deciding how to divide up time when there’s such an incredibly packed schedule.

Happily, I can spend most of the day doing whatever I want! If you’re also going to be around, tweet me @ImaginaryBC and maybe we can make a meet-up happen!

Ciao,

Whitney

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  1. I heard about a banned book scavenger hunt in DC on NPR. Did you participate? It sounded like fun!

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    • I haven’t had the chance yet! My Instagram is full of banned books pics though. Looks super fun!

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