First off, a big thank you to all of you that showed up to our last book group discussion! We had a very interesting discussion that covered an assortment of topics pertaining to Fahrenheit 451 (including the banning of books, education, media/social networking, the future of books/e-books, etc.)
Our September book will be preparing us for October’s Spokane is Reading! We are reading:
by Chris Cleave
Thursday, September 6th Rocket Bakery (1st and Cedar) 6pm-8pm RSVP Here Friday, October 12
Two women collide lives on a Nigeria beach. One must make a terrible choice. Two years later, they meet again and the story starts …
Spokane Is Reading is honored to present two free presentations by Chris Cleave. Mr. Cleave will read from his book, share stories, answer questions, and be available for book signing. If you haven’t heard him speak before, don’t miss this opportunity!The Garland Theater – 1pm 924 W Garland Ave (with lots of FREE parking behind the theater!) The Lincoln Center, Monroe Ballroom – 7pm
(with free parking at the venue and nearby street parking)
An ASL interpretor will be present for the evening event.
For more information or to recommend a book for us to read, please email us at shrinkingvioletsociety[at]gmail[dot]com or beckyhuss[at]gmail[dot]com! Hope to see you there!