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Book Club Brunch – Chapter 26

Book Club Brunch – Chapter 26

Hi there,

Happy December IBC! It’s officially hit cold and colder here in the Mid-Atlantic. Winter is here.

I’m happy to share that we’re going full holiday spirit here at IBC! We’ll have a good selection of holiday book reviews – both for adults and the kiddos – and some fantastic end-of-year Top 10 lists coming very soon. And don’t forget gift guides!

We’re also diving hard into our last book club pick of 2016 – Hag-Seed, by Margaret Atwood! I’m only a couple of hours in, but so far I’m much more impressed that I was by the last Hogarth Shakespeare adaptation I picked up.

How are you liking Hag-Seed so far?



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About The Author


Whitney is the founder and one of the speediest readers behind Imaginary Book Club; delivering weekly book reviews, monthly favorites, and frequent recommended book lists with a side order of overwrought musings. After forming and joining book clubs in every city she lived in, Whitney finally decided to take the fun online to connect with fellow introverts who are also longing for a way to connect.

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