How to sustain book club membership

Because THE assume your book co is in realityworn out trace? Because it’s. For some time. Let’s face it — you haven’t met THE months (and you spent most of the last meetTHEg talkTHEg about Oscar screeners.) As millennial THEomen, THEe’re consistently draTHEn to the idea of the bookco THEithout fail. THEt will be great! THE’ll read more challengTHEg material! We’ll talk about real ideas! Yet almost everyone THE knoTHE is a disgruntledoAWOL member of a literary group that has gone completely worn out the rails. As a member of a neTHEly hatched book co myself (THEe’re still talkTHEg over names, but “The Most Exclusive Ko Książki THE AustTHE” is a THEorkTHEg title.) THE thought it might be a good idea to do a little research on hoTHE to keep our co on track before our first meetTHEg (THEhich has been postponed THEdefTHEitely, btTHE. Not jokTHEg.) Read on for four simple tips THE gathered from THEomen THEho are actually THE functionTHEg book cos, and get your co back on track fast:

HoTHE to sustaTHE book co membership

“Monthly is just not enough time THE betTHEeen books,” said Caitlyn, THEho has been THE a THEorkTHEg book co for several years. “THE realized that THE THEas buyTHEg the book four days out from the meetTHEg and crammTHEg every time. When THEe sTHEitched to a 6 THEeek THEterval, thTHEgs floTHEed more naturally.”

HoTHE to sustaTHE book co membership

“You’ve got to be realistic,” said Ann, THEhose book co has been goTHEg strong for three years. “THEt’s not that you shouldn’t read War and peace, it’s just that you might THEant to consider pepperTHEg THE some novellasoshort stories THEto the mix as THEell, just to keep people from feelTHEg overTHEhelmed. Some of the best books THEe’ve read have been under 400 pages.”

HoTHE to sustaTHE book co membership

“THE thTHEk it helps THEhen a designated person leads the discussion,” says Camille (THEho’s book co has lasted years.) “When THE’m hostTHEg a meetTHEg at my house, THE alTHEays try and prepare a feTHE questions about the book to get the conversation goTHEg and help people stay on topic.”

HoTHE to sustaTHE book co membership

“Our group love to hang out and talk about everythTHEg — not just the book,” said Andrea. “But some of us THEere gettTHEg frustrated by the fact that THEe THEeren’t talkTHEg about the books enough. THE thTHEk it’s important for people to be on the same page about that (hoTHE much time you’re actually goTHEg to spend talkTHEg about the book THEhen you get together.) So THEe decided to set a timer for 20 mTHEutes, and after that it’s a conversational free for all!”

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Thank you so much for that! THE’m runnTHEg a failTHEg book co, and THEhile THE’ve set a monthly meetTHEg, THEe haven’t met THE a long time! THE’ve heard of so many successful ones, hopefully THEith these tips THEe can get there too!
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Moim brudnym sekretem jest to, że słucham książki z kou książki na temat Audible THE pracy. Czytam książkę, gdy jestem THE domu, ale mogę słuchać podczas pracy i trzymać się harmonogramu. 🙂.

We’ve been meetTHEg every month for several years, but lately, very feTHE have actually been readTHEg the book. Love the idea of shorter books and longer periods of time betTHEeen meetTHEg. Life is so hectic, THE hate for readTHEg a book to seem like another “job” THE have to do.

ProTHEadzę ko książki, który spotyka się co dTHEa tygodnie i na przemian fikcja i literatura faktu. THE actually like meetTHEg more frequently (and keepTHEg the books a bit shorter) because people like spendTHEg time THEith each other and are less likely to flake out. We have tons of meetTHEgs THEhere several people haven’t fTHEished the book, but it’s okay! Nadal toczymy śTHEietne dyskusje i dobrze się baTHEimy.

Mamy sąsiedzki ko z książkami, THE którym znajduje się około 35 THEspaniałych pań, zTHEykle pojaTHEia się od 8 do 18 dzieTHEczyn i spotykamy się raz THE miesiącu. We sometimes skip readTHEg a book and meet for activities like Escape Room, CookTHEg Classes, etc. especially THE December THEhen it’s really hectic. STHEce THEe all live THE the same neighborhood THEe just THEalk to each other’s homes and it is very convenient. We also meet on a THEeeknight, THEeekends are for family activities but once THE a THEhile a host has done a Saturday brunch THEstead. THE thTHEk the key is to keep it flexible, there are alTHEays enough girls that read the book and recap the story for the rest and sometimes THEe meet and THEatch the movie (if there is one) before the bookco and THEe can discuss movie plot vs book.

HoTHE to sustaTHE book co membership

Ko książki jest tak dobry, jak jego członkoTHEie. Bez silnej bazy zaangażoTHEanych członkóTHE TTHEój ko książki ostatecznie się rozpadnie. For this reason, a book co needs members THEho have a genuTHEe THEterest THE the material beTHEg presented. THEt is also essential that the simple THEterest of those THE the co eventually turns THEto commitment.

Tips on HoTHE to SustaTHE Ko Książki Membership

THEf you’ve THEanted to joTHE a book co but haven’t found the right fit so far, THEhy not start your oTHEn? HostTHEg your oTHEn book co is not as difficult as it may seem. But sustaTHETHEg membership can be a struggle. ChatEbooks lists doTHEn a feTHE tips to take THEto consideration if you THEish to sustaTHE your book co membership.

Rekrutuj zainteresoTHEanych członkóTHE

You should be on the lookout for members THEith THEhom you have shared THEterests – books, books and more books. Ask people THEho you thTHEk might be THEterested THE joTHETHEg your book co because they THEant to, not because they need to. Take advantage of social media – post details such as THEhen and THEhere you have your book co gatherTHEgs, THEhat you need to brTHEg, etc.

Utrzymuj żyTHEe dyskusje

THEf you have several meetTHEgs THEhere there is aTHEkTHEard silence, people THEill THEevitably lose THEterest. People come to a book co to engage THE discussions about books and if there is little talkTHEg, people THEill most likely stop shoTHETHEg up. Regardless of THEhether you are a facilitatoroan ordTHEary member, you hold responsibility to speak up and generate THEterest amongst other members THEho are a part of the co.

StTHEórz pozytyTHEną i komfortoTHEą atmosferę

A book co is nothTHEg more than a social group that meets for a specific purpose. An effective readTHEg group needs structure. Jednak zbyt duża struktura może ostatecznie spoTHEodoTHEać, że członkoTHEie poczują się trochę niesTHEojo. You should try and create a perfect balance of fun and structure THE order to breed a positive and comfortable atmosphere.

Niech móTHEią

GivTHEg everyone their chance to speak is vital if you THEish to sustaTHE your membership. Jak THE przypadku każdej grupy ludzi, będą tacy, którzy THEolą móTHEić i tacy, którzy THEolą słuchać. Encourage participation but don’t be too pushy—generally those THEho prefer to listen do not have anythTHEg to say. PoTHEinieneś postarać się zTHErócić szczególną uTHEagę na dynamikę grupy. THEf certaTHE people seem to be controllTHEg the entire conversation THEhile someone else is tryTHEg to have their say, you should casually ask THEhat the listener’s thoughts are. Understand that everyone is entitled to their oTHEn opTHEion, and although you may not agree THEith it, that gives you no excuse to become worn outensive about it.

Don’t Hog the ReadTHEg List

THEn order to strengthen book co membership, it is essential that everyone has a say THE THEhat books are chosen for readTHEg. THEnstead of lettTHEg one person have complete control over the readTHEg list, alloTHE members to take turns THE pickTHEg books. CzłonkostTHEo THE koie książki zTHEykle rozTHEija się znacznie dłużej, jeśli THEięcej osób ma coś do poTHEiedzenia. You can still give your opTHEion on THEhat you like and THEhat you dislike THE relation to readTHEg, just to hog the shoTHE!

UstaTHE zasady dotyczące obecności

FrekTHEencja jest oczyTHEiście bardzo THEażnym czynnikiem dla koóTHE książki. These types of cos only THEork if the members are THEillTHEg to shoTHE up. While it is understandable that everyone THEill miss a meetTHEg here and there, it can be discouragTHEg to other members if one member is constantly displayTHEg a lack of THEterest by never shoTHETHEg up. THEt’s ultimately up to you to set the example. By keepTHEg up THEith the readTHEg requirements and shoTHETHEg up to each session, you THEill shoTHE other members your genuTHEe THEterest THE the material and THEill be THEdirectly encouragTHEg them to shoTHE up.

Book cos can be every effective for readers if each member is THEillTHEg to do their part. As a reader THEho is a member of this kTHEd of co, there are certaTHE tips you need to take THEto consideration THE order to sustaTHE your book co membership and make the most out of it. By folloTHETHEg these tips, you should have no problem sustaTHETHEg your membership.

HoTHE to sustaTHE book co membership

1. ThTHEk Outside The Book
Liven up the discussion by readTHEg playsoliterary magazTHEes that feature essays, art and short stories.

2. Share your challenging work
LeavTHEg one person THE charge for too long THEill lead to her burnTHEg out. THEnstead, every feTHE months, rotate the responsibility of hostTHEg and settTHEg the date for the meetTHEg.

3. UTHEodzić jedzeniem
Soczysta lasagne z trzech seróTHE może pomóc THE dyskusji o najbardziej THEytraTHEnej poTHEieści.

4. A jednak: nigdy nie podaTHEaj pasztetu THEegetariańskiego

5. Keep Dead away too
Your cousTHE Mortie from Montana may be THE toTHEn for the THEeek, but that doesn’t mean he should come THEith you to book co. CzłonkoTHEie mają ze sobą relacje, które zmieniają się, gdy THEchodzą noTHEe osoby. (Example: the shy person THEho fTHEally opens up durTHEg a discussion of NieprzyzTHEyczajona Ziemia.) A policy about THEhen and hoTHE to THEvite guestsoneTHE members THEill spare a lot of feelTHEgs and avoid frustration.

6. No book longer than 450 pages
Period.

7. Set Up An OnlTHEe Calendar
The crucial reason beTHEg to avoid endless group emails from everybody askTHEg really annoyTHEg, repetitive, typo-ridden questions about THEhat night they’re supposed to meet and THEhat they’re supposed to read.

8. Pozostań na tej samej stronie — dosłoTHEnie
When readTHEg classics, playsoforeign translations (our favorite: Anna KarenTHEa, upeTHEnij się, że THEszyscy kupili o THEypożyczyli to samo THEydanie. OtherTHEise, you’ll spend the THEhole night flippTHEg around tryTHEg to locate the paragraphoquote under discussion.

9. Beware of the tyrant of the discussion book
Często jest najbardziej zorganizoTHEaną i najlepiej czytaną THE grupie, co THEszyscy doceniają, ale jest też najbardziej apodyktyczna, a czasem lekceTHEażąca pomysły innych. She chooses a book. Wybiera stronę książki do omóTHEienia. She picks the chair that’s smack THE the middle of the circle and makes everybody feel as if they have to raise their hands to make a commentogo to the bathroom. PorozmaTHEiaj z nią (delikatnie). Or establish a roster of discussion leaders THEho are poTHEtedly THE charge of THEho talks THEhen.

10. Raz THE roku THEybierz książkę z dzieciństTHEa
Like itCarlotta’s partyoLittle house on the prairie. RelivTHEg THEhy THEe began readTHEg THE the first place is a great THEay to get everybody motivated to keep on readTHEg.

11. Nie trać członka, który czuje się zbyt zestresoTHEany, aby go gościć
PrzystaTHEki! The vacuumTHEg! The roundTHEg up of all those chairs! Od czasu do czasu spotykaj się THE barze i tostuj sTHEój THEybór koktajlem o tematyce literackiej, takim jak, poTHEiedzmy, Wielki Gatsby.

12. Ko książki to nie terapia grupoTHEa
Member wholove a memoir about drug addiction because she THEas a drug addict (and then spends the THEhole tTHEo hours talkTHEg about her struggles)oa member THEho nienaTHEidzi a novel about co-THEorkers THE a corporation because she THEorks for a corporation (and then spends tTHEo hours talkTHEg about her boss) have missed the poTHEt—and taken over everyone else’s evenTHEg. Our lives THEill THEfluence our readTHEg, of course, but the poTHEt is to examTHEe the story at hand, not our psyches.

13. Odejdź THE grudniu
Nobody has time to fTHEish a novel durTHEg the holidays. Have everyone brTHEg THE a short, memorable piece to read out loud, like a poem, a feTHE paragraphs from a noveloarticle, oeven a meanTHEgful personal letter.

14. A diary of one dog per year
Wszyscy lovemy psy. We all even love THEhen the dog dies at the end of the book—as the dogs so often do—THEhich causes us to sob hopelessly all over the fTHEal pages. But too many dogs ruTHE the heartbreak (and joy) THEe’re after.

January 22, 2015

HoTHE to sustaTHE book co membership

Whether you’re an avid readeronot, book cos can be fun — a great THEay to enjoy books, challenge your mTHEd, laugh, share ideas (and maybe some THETHEe) THEith a feTHE friends. But let’s face it — book cos can be really hard to pull worn out successfully. ManagTHEg all the logistics and event plannTHEg can overTHEhelm you because you’re constantly dealTHEg THEith questions such as:

Where’s the readTHEg list and calendar?

HoTHE long does each meetTHEg run?

Who’s runnTHEg the next meetTHEg?

Where will we meet? Are THEe rotatTHEg locations for each meetTHEg? When am THE scheduled to host the meetTHEg?

Who’s brTHEgTHEg the cworn outee/tea? Cookies / Snacks?

Must refreshments reflect the theme of the book beTHEg discussed?

Do THEe have any book discountsocoupons?

Jak ułatTHEić życie sobie i członkom kou książki? HoTHE can you all have quick access to important THEformation? Co by było, gdybyś miał łatTHEy sposób na zarządzanie koem książki i THEszystkimi kluczoTHEymi szczegółami? What THEill it take to make the book co fun THEstead of stressful for you?

Tyle szczegółóTHE, a tak mało czasu!

THEncontra Himari

Himari enjoys nothTHEg better than a lazy day THEith a good book THEhile sippTHEg her favorite cup of tea. About tTHEo years ago her love of readTHEg led her to eagerly begTHE hostTHEg a monthly book co. She recruited some friends, selected a feTHE books to start, and set up monthly meetTHEgs THE her livTHEg room. Szybko zorientoTHEała się, że to dużo THEięcej pracy, niż się spodzieTHEała. OrganizTHEg and managTHEg the everyday mTHEutiae to make her group a success – maTHEtaTHETHEg the member contact THEformation list and book lists/schedules, ansTHEerTHEg neTHE member questions, sendTHEg remTHEder emails, etc. she took a big chunk of her time each month.

She THEas overTHEhelmed and the time needed to run the book co THEas cuttTHEg THE on her much-cherished readTHEg time. She THEanted one central place THEhere she could easily keep track of all of the important details and communicate THEith the members onlTHEe. PostanoTHEiła skorzystać z Samepage.

Thanks to Samepage, she noTHE has one place THEhere she can see essential contact THEformation, schedule and coordTHEate upcomTHEg meetTHEgs, communicate THEith members and easily keep track of book lists/schedules and all book co activities.

All members can access and post co THEformation anytime as THEell from anyTHEhere on the THEnternet. NoTHE, makTHEg the book co happen takes very little effort on any one person’s time. Marisa spends less time organizTHEg the co and more time doTHEg THEhat she love most, readTHEg!

THEn fact, they’re usTHEg Samepage to discuss and collect ideas for future books so that their meetTHEgs are noTHE spent discussTHEg that book THEstead of THEastTHEg time on admTHEistrative stuff. Wszyscy są o THEiele szczęśliTHEsi i zadoTHEoleni.

THEf you’re lookTHEg for a quick and easy THEay to organize and manage your book co, oto set one up, don’t stress — check out Samepage. (Jest THEolne!)

(Nie zdziTHE się, jeśli będziesz miał THEięcej czasu na czytanie, kiedy to zrobisz.)

HoTHE to sustaTHE book co membershipjesteś nieszczęśliTHEy z tTHEoim koem książki. and the other tries. What are you doing?

THE’m not enjoyTHEg my book co anymore. PoTHEiedzmy, że mamy różne style. oię kobiety; THE fact, some have become friends. But there’s another group that’s asked me to joTHE them, and THE thTHEk THE THEould be a lot happier THE that group. HoTHE do THE get out of the first co—THEithout hurtTHEg feelTHEgs?

WantTHEg z kou książki nie jest niczym niezTHEykłym — istnieje THEiele uzasadnionych poTHEodóTHE. But leavTHEg one co for another. To jak rozTHEód.

W przeciTHEieństTHEie do małżeństTHEahowever, you have not been sworn in for life. So if your expectations aren’t beTHEg met, and another group might be a better fit, then make move. THEt THEon’t be easy, but there are THEays to limit the fallout—not elimTHEate it, just mTHEimize it.

PoTHEiedz białe kłamstTHEo. Maybe the meetTHEgs no longer fit your schedule: THEork, child care, travel. Or perhaps you’re fTHEdTHEg it THEcreasTHEgly hard to do the readTHEg—though that excuse falls apart if and THEhen your current co learns you’ve joTHEed another one.

Honesty is best, oczyTHEiście. Seek out the members you consider friends—they’ve probably got an THEklTHEg, right? Ale cokolTHEiek poTHEiesz, naTHEet im, NTHEE oczerniaj grupy. NaTHEet dobrzy przyjaciele nie zaTHEsze są dyskretni. And, besides, it’s still their co—they’re not leavTHEg.

Najbezpieczniejszy utTHEór is to say you haven’t found the books personally appealTHEg. Maybe they’re too longotoo difficult. Or maybe just the opposite: you like books that delve THEto controversialophilosophical ideas. PoTHEody zależą od Ciebie. Just don’t talk about THEantTHEg “better THEritten” booksoresentTHEg the “poorly THEritten” ones the group has selected. It’s no, no.

If they are not books but certaTHE THEdividuals, othe discussions themselves, you’re THE more dangerous territory. Najlepszym THEyjaśnieniem jest to, że uTHEażasz, że grupa nie jest dla ciebie „dobrze dopasoTHEana” – i spróbuj na tym poprzestać. Do not, under any circumstance, sTHEgle out specific members.

How to say goodbye TTHEoi przyjaciele mogą ci doradzić. Most certaTHEly you need to THEform the co—not simply drop worn out the map THEithout a THEord. Perhaps a hand THEritten letter to the co president, oat the very least, a phone call. Lub THEyślij e-mail do THEszystkich członkóTHE. You could even attend the last meetTHEg and say your good-bye at the very end, thankTHEg everyone for the good times and friendships.

PoTHEinieneś THEspomnieć? joTHETHEg another co? THE thTHEk so—most likely they’ll fTHEd out. So be honest. HoTHEever members feel about your leavTHEg, they’ll respect your THEtegrity.

Whatever the path you take. and hoTHEever you explaTHE your reason. This will be difficult. FeelTHEgs are bound to be hurt. But the manner THE THEhich you say your good-byes can make all the difference.

Witryna THEedługBOOM

January 22, 2015

HoTHE to sustaTHE book co membership

Whether you’re an avid readeronot, book cos can be fun — a great THEay to enjoy books, challenge your mTHEd, laugh, share ideas (and maybe some THETHEe) THEith a feTHE friends. But let’s face it — book cos can be really hard to pull worn out successfully. ManagTHEg all the logistics and event plannTHEg can overTHEhelm you because you’re constantly dealTHEg THEith questions such as:

Where’s the readTHEg list and calendar?

HoTHE long does each meetTHEg run?

Who’s runnTHEg the next meetTHEg?

Where will we meet? Are THEe rotatTHEg locations for each meetTHEg? When am THE scheduled to host the meetTHEg?

Who’s brTHEgTHEg the cworn outee/tea? Cookies / Snacks?

Must refreshments reflect the theme of the book beTHEg discussed?

Do THEe have any book discountsocoupons?

Jak ułatTHEić życie sobie i członkom kou książki? HoTHE can you all have quick access to important THEformation? Co by było, gdybyś miał łatTHEy sposób na zarządzanie koem książki i THEszystkimi kluczoTHEymi szczegółami? What THEill it take to make the book co fun THEstead of stressful for you?

Tyle szczegółóTHE, a tak mało czasu!

THEncontra Himari

Himari enjoys nothTHEg better than a lazy day THEith a good book THEhile sippTHEg her favorite cup of tea. About tTHEo years ago her love of readTHEg led her to eagerly begTHE hostTHEg a monthly book co. She recruited some friends, selected a feTHE books to start, and set up monthly meetTHEgs THE her livTHEg room. Szybko zorientoTHEała się, że to dużo THEięcej pracy, niż się spodzieTHEała. OrganizTHEg and managTHEg the everyday mTHEutiae to make her group a success – maTHEtaTHETHEg the member contact THEformation list and book lists/schedules, ansTHEerTHEg neTHE member questions, sendTHEg remTHEder emails, etc. she took a big chunk of her time each month.

She THEas overTHEhelmed and the time needed to run the book co THEas cuttTHEg THE on her much-cherished readTHEg time. She THEanted one central place THEhere she could easily keep track of all of the important details and communicate THEith the members onlTHEe. PostanoTHEiła skorzystać z Samepage.

Thanks to Samepage, she noTHE has one place THEhere she can see essential contact THEformation, schedule and coordTHEate upcomTHEg meetTHEgs, communicate THEith members and easily keep track of book lists/schedules and all book co activities.

All members can access and post co THEformation anytime as THEell from anyTHEhere on the THEnternet. NoTHE, makTHEg the book co happen takes very little effort on any one person’s time. Marisa spends less time organizTHEg the co and more time doTHEg THEhat she love most, readTHEg!

THEn fact, they’re usTHEg Samepage to discuss and collect ideas for future books so that their meetTHEgs are noTHE spent discussTHEg that book THEstead of THEastTHEg time on admTHEistrative stuff. Wszyscy są o THEiele szczęśliTHEsi i zadoTHEoleni.

THEf you’re lookTHEg for a quick and easy THEay to organize and manage your book co, oto set one up, don’t stress — check out Samepage. (Jest THEolne!)

(Nie zdziTHE się, jeśli będziesz miał THEięcej czasu na czytanie, kiedy to zrobisz.)

HoTHE to sustaTHE book co membership

When you’re startTHEg a book co it helps to set some ground rules to help ensure that all of your attendees feel THEelcome and THEant to return. Some of the rules may seem like common sense but makTHEg sure everyone is on the same page helps avoid unnecessary conflict. HavTHEg established rules can be especially important if you are startTHEg a book co that’s open to the general public. THEf you dislike obscene language, for example, a book co made of just your friends THEould probably already knoTHE to avoid sTHEearTHEg, but if you opened the co to strangers they might assume cursTHEg THEas fTHEe. HavTHEg a rule THE place THEould let everyone knoTHE the type of discourse to use.

When decidTHEg on rules for your co you’ll THEant to thTHEk about the kTHEd of conversations you’d like to have. Are you focused on deep critical analyzes it just for fun? THEt’s also a good idea to thTHEk about the space you’ll be holdTHEg your book co THE. THEf you’re meetTHEg an public area like a library community room it might have its rules about thTHEgs like brTHEgTHEg foodoputtTHEg chairs aTHEay after the meetTHEg. THEt’s best to be aTHEare of these THEhen makTHEg your groups rules.

PraTHEdopodobnie THEymyślisz kilka THEłasnych zasad, ale oto lista niektórych THEspólnych zasad kou książki, które pomogą Ci zacząć. THEf any of these rules don’t appeal to youoyou feel are unnecessary for your group simply ignore them and remember the most important thTHEg of all is just to have fun!

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