Women's Association of Memorial University of Newfoundland

MOSTLY FICTION BOOK GROUP 

 

We are friendly, small groups discussing books we have read together. We read for enjoyment, and sometimes read books which stretch our mental boundaries and broaden our horizons. We often invite local authors to come and discuss their books with us. 

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ANNUAL POTLUCK AND BOOK CHOOSING EVENT AT THE CRYPT - JUNE, 2013

 

THIS PAGE PROVIDES INFORMATION OF SPECIFIC INTEREST TO THIS GROUP    

FOR MORE GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE WAMUN BOOK GROUPS, CLICK HERE

FOR THE NONFICTION BOOK GROUP'S PAGE, CLICK HERE.

CONVENORS AND CONTACT INFORMATION

BOOK SELECTIONS AND CALENDAR FOR 2013- 2014

THIS MONTH'S BOOK  &  NEXT MONTH'S BOOK

MEET THE AUTHOR  & OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS

HELP IN OBTAINING THE BOOKS

LIST OF BOOKS READ IN THE PAST (1992-2013)

MEETING PLACE  & TIMES 

OTHER BOOKS RECOMMENDED FOR 2013-2014

 

CONVENORS AND CONTACT INFORMATION:

  • Second Tuesday Afternoon Group:    Tonya Bassler ( assisted by Karen Herzberg)

  • Fourth Tuesday Afternoon Group:     Mary Chalker 

 

THIS MONTH'S BOOK    

   APRIL  2014

  • The Hangman in the mirror 

 

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NEXT MONTH'S BOOK                   

   MAY 2014

  • The Last Runaway

 

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HELP IN OBTAINING THE BOOKS 

If you are finding it difficult to buy the book or find it at the Library,  contact the Convenor.

Other members in the group will assist you. 

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MEETING PLACE  & TIMES:


MARJORIE MEWS LIBRARY, 12 Highland Drive  (near the corner of Torbay Road and Highland drive)

ON THE 2ND AND 4TH TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH  September through May

From  2:00 - 3:30 pm            

Donations to the Campus Food Bank are accepted at the meeting and greatly appreciated.

 

 MARJORIE MEWS LIBRARY

                                                             

 

 

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BOOK SELECTIONS  AND CALENDAR FOR 2013-2014

  September 10 & 24 The Cat's Table   by Michael Ondaatje
  October 8 & 22 Life after Life    by Kate Atkinson
  November 12 & 26 Secret Daughter    by Shilpi Somaya Gowda
  January 14 & 28 The Buddha in the Attic     by Julie Otsuka
  February 11 & 25 February     by Lisa Moore
  March 11 & 2 The Virgin Cure     by Ami McKay
  April 8 & 22 The Hangman in the Mirror    by Kate Cayley 
  May 13 & 27 The Last Runaway     by Tracy Chevalier

 

 

MEET THE AUTHOR & OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS 

  • CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR MEMBERS OF ALL THE BOOK DISCUSSION GROUPS:

          Date:         Location:        What to bring : 

 

  • MEET THE AUTHOR:  

 February 7 2014    7:00 p.m.  Meeting of both groups with Lisa Moore.  

 Place:  Social room of Tiffany Towers,  xx Tiffany Lane.

 

 

LIST OF BOOKS READ IN THE PAST (1992-2013)

  • For a list that can be downloaded and printed , click here  [PDF]
  • For a list that can be edited to suit your needs, click here  [Word.doc]

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OTHER BOOKS RECOMMENDED FOR 2013-2014
  • Many wonderful books are recommended by our members during the annual book selection process, but only eight are actually chosen.  Among the titles which did not make the cut are gems which you might like to browse. 
  •  To view the list,  click here.    <<<  Or list here.  <<<  Do We Have the list yet ?  

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We are friendly, small groups discussing books we have read together. We read for enjoyment, and sometimes read books which stretch our mental boundaries and broaden our horizons. We often invite local authors to come and discuss their books with us. We are friendly, small groups discussing books we have read together. We read for enjoyment, and sometimes read books which stretch our mental boundaries and broaden our horizons. We often invite local authors to come and discuss their books with us.
We are friendly, small groups discussing books we have read together. We read for enjoyment, and sometimes read books which stretch our mental boundaries and broaden our horizons. We often invite local authors to come and discuss their books with us. We are friendly, small groups discussing books we have read together. We read for enjoyment, and sometimes read books which stretch our mental boundaries and broaden our horizons. We often invite local authors to come and discuss their books with us.