Reading for the fun of it

Here's what it takes to start your very own book club

certain members dominating the group,” warns Clara Villarosa, owner of the Hue-Man Experience Bookstore in Denver. This can be handled diplomatically by asking someone else for his or her point of view.

Be flexible.
Most club leaders think it’s best not to have too much structure. “People come because they’re motivated by the book and sharing it,” says Villarosa. Try to be considerate of members who miss meetings due to family or work commitments.

“We see ourselves in a long-term relationship, growing old together,” says Daniel, “and we try to be respectful of each other.”

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