A good book club meeting gets everyone excited for the next book and discussion. You all leave anxious to get to the library or bookstore to get your hands on that new book!
What does communication have to do with book clubs?
As the month moves on people get busy, things come up - life happens. This can seriously dampen the momentum that was built at the last meeting. If it's your turn to host, a few pieces of communication are necessary to keep everyone on track and looking forward to the next get together.
First - Follow up letter the day after the meeting reminding everyone of the book you've chosen.
You can choose to send this via text or email, or if you're really crafty you can send it through the regular mail.
I suggest text/email for this piece of communication because you want it to get to your members quickly so they can get the book and start reading.
Second - Invitation about 3-5 days BEFORE your next meeting reminding members of all relevant information (where you live, what time, what to bring) and any special instructions you might have for them.
You can choose to send this via email or regular mail. If you have the time during the month to hand make invitations and send them out it's always a fun surprise for the other members.
If you choose to email this invite consider sending out an official evite such as the one found at the evite website. It's a nicer way to send out the information than just a regular email. It makes the upcoming meeting seem more like a festive event!
Feb 27, 19 07:01 PM
Hop over to our FB page and comment on the BETA BOOKERS post -- we are looking to start a test group for an online book club and want readers!
Feb 13, 19 09:21 AM
If you're crafty (and even if you're not!) here are a few fun book club favors to make it unforgettable.
Feb 13, 19 09:13 AM
If you want to put an interesting spin on your book choice, go for one of these book and movie combinations.