Welcome to our Swoon-Worthy Book Club! This is a choose your own adventure style romance book club that meets both virtually through our Discord server, and in person at Echoes Brewing in Poulsbo WA.
The in person version meets the first Saturday of every month starting June 3rd.
Each month we pick 4 romance titles. You're welcome to read one or more of those titles in preparation for the book club, or you can read any romance book you like and come to talk with us about it. There is no obligation to finish or read a set amount of a book prior to the meeting. However much or little you read is great! Just come ready to talk romance books! That's all we ask.
It is free to participate there is no requirement to purchase a ticket or book in order to join in the event. We do strongly recommend that attendees are 18+ given the potential for adult conversations to arise.
The discord conversation is continuous/always open and not tied to any particular date or time, although we will be sure to check in during the first weekend of the month to see what people have been reading!
June 3 - 6pm
The Witch and The Vampire by Francesca Flores
Soft Flannel Hank by Eliza MacArthur
The Neighbor Favor by Kristina Forest
Sunny Disposition by Deanna Grey .
Looking for audiobooks? Support our shop via our partnership with Libro.fm.
July 1 - 5:30pm
Wild Pitch by Cat Giraldo
Teacher of The Year by MA Wardell
A Crown of Ivy and Glass by Claire Legrand (available for preorder (hardcover) or as an audiobook - on sale through 6/30)
Charge by Cate C Wells (available via special order or as an audiobook)
August 5 - 5:30pm
September 10 - Noon (Rescheduled due to holiday weekend)
Bring Me Your Midnight by Rachel Griffin (Special pre order incentive available through our shop!)
Curse of Saints by Kate Dramis
Rough Around The Hedges by Lish McBride
One Summer in Savannah by Terah Shelton Harris
RESCHEDULED October 1 - time tbd
Ghost by Kat Blackthorne
Witches Get Stuff Done by Molly Harper
Player by Clare Contreras
Everything's Better with Kimberly by Lucy Eden