I’ve been reading a lot of books, reading about books, and reading about the people who write books. But the people who are most on my mind are the people who read books and discuss books.
CapRadioReads has been around for more than three years. We have enjoyed countless, wonderful interviews with authors who visit to talk with Donna Apidone. Those evenings are interesting and fun, but they are just one component of our group.
Back to basics: We are a book club. We thrive on getting together to talk to each other about books. What makes our gatherings special? Curiosity. People who come to CapRadioReads are curious about authors and why they write. We want to know how authors develop a plot, how they research their topics and what they think of the results of their efforts. More than that, we are genuinely curious to hear the opinions of others in the group. Some of the faces change from month to month and, in general, it is a warm and welcoming bunch of avid readers.
If you’ve been thinking about visiting CapRadioReads, this is the perfect time. We still have space at the table for our two meetings – 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12th. We will discuss Sara Gruen’s latest book At The Water’s Edge.
I'm curious about what you think, so join us.