Welcome to the Createyou86 book club!
This is a FREE book club for anyone who wishes to participate. I have always been an avid reader, and have recently found myself moving away from reading unless i'm researching blog posts, or something else involving this blog. I decided that the best way to get myself back into reading was to create a time, and space where i pushed myself. Do you remember back in elementary school when you were required to read 15 minutes a night, our parents had to sign off on it, and it felt like three hours? I do, and i hated it, but it made me the avid reader that i am today. Here is the catch....When I moved from PA to CA, i left all of my books in PA. Being on a tighter budget i decided that i would expand my reading through affordable books. Enter "The Dollar Tree where EVERYTHING is $1.00". I have purchased books from the Dollar Tree previously, and most of them i really enjoyed. This just reinforced that i don't have to break the bank to find a great read. That is why this book club will be completely comprised from books found at The Dollar Tree, to make it affordable for anyone to participate. DISCLAIMER: I am not sponsored by anyone from "The Dollar Tree" or anyone involved in the writing of any of the books to be read in this club. It was my creative idea to create a book club for this blog, and to choose the books based on affordability, and content that i enjoy reading. I am also not sure how readily available each specific title will be throughout the US. For each book I will provide the cover photo, and ISBN number. The first book will be: Eleanor The Queen By: Norah Lofts. The ISBN is: 978-1-4391-4611-8. Included in the back of this book are group discussion questions. (SCROLL FOR SCHEDULE)
Part 1: Pgs. 1-99
Sunday March 8
Part 2: Pgs. 99-175
Sunday March 15
Part 3: Pgs. 175-271
Sunday March 22
Part 4: Pgs. 271-311
Sunday March 29
SPOILERS: Each week i will post a brief synopsis of the weeks pages, and then i will answer each sections questions. If you don't want to read spoilers I recommend not reading the post until after you have read the designated section for the week. I look forward to discussing the questions as most of the questions are open ended. These questions would be great topics for debate, and i would love to see everyone's thoughts in the comments for each week! On a side note when i finish each book i will be donating it to GoodWill, and purchasing the next book from The Dollar Tree.
**I am already 35 pages in, and the book is really good! (I only purchased it yesterday!)