LBC3Reads – 2018 – Four Seasons Theme

LBC3 is our quarterly book club. We meet every three months on a Saturday morning to book club, drink lots of hot chocolate and – naturally – set the world to rights.

Originally, we started out with no fixed theme, just a desire to tackle longer reads (quickly abandoned), though in the past few years we have very tentatively stuck to a few loose threads to help us make our choices. Our most consistent feature is that we have always alternated between female and male authors.

One year we focused on Great American Novels; another on reading minority or marginalised (or less often regarded) viewpoints; centenary reads; the occasional tribute to a favourite author who recently passed away and last year we prioritized authors from each country within the United Kingdom (Brexit based – obviously).

We meet on the third Saturday, from 11.30am – 1.30pm for coffee, cake and a totally coherent, sensible and focused chat.

If you’d like to join us, please feel free to pop down to our next meeting (or drop me a link on leedsbookclub @ gmail.com or on twitter @LeedsBookClub

2018 – Four Seasons

21st April 2018 – SPRING – A room with a view – EM Forster

21st July 2018 – SUMMEREmma – Jane Austen

20th October 2018 – AUTUMNThe thousand autumns of Jacob de Zoot – David Mitchell

19th January 2019 – WINTER – Winter – Ali Smith

VENUE

Cafe 164 – City Centre

Unit 2 Munro House, 
Duke St, 
Leeds LS9 8AG  
 
Tweet: @Cafe164 
Web: Here!
 
2017 – Authors from the UK

  • Matilda – Roald Dahl – Wales
  • High Rising – Angela Thirkell – England
  • White – Iain M Banks – Scotland
  • One by one in the Darkness – Deirdre Madden – Northern Ireland

2016 – Looking Back

2015 – Centenary/Origin Stories (sort of)

2013 – Great American Novel/Lesser Known Perspectives

2012 – Classic Reads

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