The Bookworms

Bookworms

Good news all book lovers, The Brentwood Belles WI Bookworms has relaunched! We felt the atmosphere in the pub with the distracting background music and occasional revellers , although welcoming, wasn’t really ideal for a book group. Meetings are hosted at Annette’s home in Brentwood where we can discuss books in a relaxed environment.  We meet on TUESDAY evenings, roughly once a month or so.  We’ll agree the next date at each meeting.

We enjoy reading  a variety of material, everything from ‘chicklit’ to the classics and we suggest books on a particular theme or genre to choose from at each meeting.

We are always happy to welcome new members (Brentwood Belles members only) and have a lovely social circle just waiting for you to join! If you enjoy reading and can spare one Tuesday evening about once a month then why not come along? If you can’t make the meetings, you can always join our bookworms Facebook group.   Please email – info@thebrentwoodbelleswi.co.uk  if you would like to join us

During the time of our Covid19 Lockdown, the Bookworms group are joining together on the Bookworms Online Facebook page.  Books we have chosen:

June/July:        “The Things you Never Told me” Celeste Ng

May /June:        “A Single Thread” by Tracy Chevalier

April /May:        “Sons and Lovers” by D.H. Lawrence 

March /April       “Elmet” by Fiona Mosley

                  and     “A Warriner to Protect Her”  by Virginia Heath

 

        A humorous book for March:

The Other side of the Dale” by Gervais Phinn.

 

Our New Year novel was “In the Name of the Family” by Sarah Dunant.

2019

.The Tattooist of Auschwitz: the heart-breaking and unforgettable international bestseller by [Morris, Heather]The Man Who Didn't Call: The OMG Love Story of the Year – with a Fantastic Twist by [Walsh, Rosie]

The Salt Path: The Sunday Times bestseller, shortlisted for the 2018 Costa Biography Award & The Wainwright Prize by [Winn, Raynor]

The Amethyst Box by [Green, Anna Katharine]

 

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2018

A Girl In Traffick by [Valderrama, Mamta Jain]The Turn of Midnight: The much anticipated second instalment to the bestselling novel The Last HoursThe Last Hours

 

Chocolate Girls by [Murray, Annie][(On Chesil Beach)] [Author: Ian McEwan] published on (July, 2012)

 

 

 

 

 

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