How do you figure out if a themed menu is right for you? Maybe your book mentions specific types of foods the characters eat.
Or maybe you have been inspired by the subject or culture represented in your book.
Either way, you've decided to create a themed menu based on the book for your meeting.
There are many ways you can do this. I'll give you five examples of ways that various members of our group have based their menus on their book choice.
A way to further spice up your themed menu is to ask your guests to come in book costume. Some books lend themselves to this easily. Think about The Other Boleyn Girl - you could have everyone dress up like a lady in waiting and you are the Queen! Or Devil in the White City could have guests arrive dressed like one of their favorite attractions at the fair (belly dancers for the brave?!). Costuming doesn't work for every book, but if you want to give it a try make sure to communicate this ahead of time so your group can get ready!
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.