It's up! We've created a new section for my website especially for book clubs.
So far we have all kinds of fun stuff for book club use geared toward Spires of Stone, including a trivia quiz, discussion questions, an author interview, and even a character comparison between Much Ado about Nothing and the book.
Most of the information is also downloadable in PDF form, so you can print out the trivia quiz and pass it around (and award chocolate or something else awesome as a prize for the person who remembers the most about the book!).
On the "For Book Clubs" page, click on the cover of the book. For now Spires is the only one complete, but we'll be adding book club fun for all of my other books in the near future.
You'll also find tips for creating a great book club and some titles of books I love that I think provide great fodder for book club discussions. I plan to add recipes for book club refreshments as well.
For those living near me (essentially the Wasatch Front), I might be able to come to your book club. If not, I may be able to "attend" via telephone. Arrange for either of those from my website as well.
If you or your book club have any questions about the book, my research, or whatever, drop me a line and let me know, and I'll do my best to answer. Reader questions and their answers may end up on the website as well.
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