Book clubs in Derbyshire

Below you'll find every active listing we have for book clubs and readers in Derbyshire

All listings in Derbyshire

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Added about 23 hours ago

Tia (Ashbourne)

Just looking for book clubs, enjoy reading

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Added 17 days ago

Deborah (Glossop)

Kids and husband have left the nest and it's time for the next stage in my life journey. I gave up a lot including reading to bring up my kids but I'm back. I love all sorts but at the moment into crime novels. Not a fan of horror and classics.

Deborah recommends:

The unlikely pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce
The unlikely pilgrimage of Harold Fry
by Rachel Joyce | Buy this book
Totally unexpected and reminded me so much of my father. To start on your way to the post box and just keep going.. my idea of being free.
The Dressmaker's gift by Fiona Valpy
The Dressmaker's gift
by Fiona Valpy | Buy this book
I love reading Ms Valpy's books. They create a beautiful, evocative picture and tell beautiful stories. The way she wove two generations around a shop was creative and beautifully told.
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Emma (Ripley)

I've like to join a book club, I enjoy reading, romance, rom com, and some fantasy

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Jules (Ilkeston)

Creative and weird

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Kate_flo26 (Derby)

I love fantasy and romance books! Fave books series: Throne of Glass

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AlwaysAustin19 (Ilkeston)

I don't have a specific genre of book, I like to read. If I like the sound of a book I'll give it a read. I am looking to join a book club to meet new people and to share a love of reading.

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Dawn (Derby)

Explore new book recommendations

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Sam (Matlock)

Recently moved to the area and looking to meet new people. Me and my partner love to read and we read a whole range of books from fiction to non-fiction. We are in our 20s and would love to meet some other people from the area

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Nigel (Ripley)

I've nearly written a thriller and I'm looking for some Beta readers to read my book and provide some feedback. If anyone is willing to do that let me know and I can send you a copy of the draft manuscript. I'm happy to make a small payment for your time and a copy of the published book

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Rose (Alfreton)

My go-to is always mystery/murder books, but I love reading outside of my comfort zone. I'd like to find a few other book lovers to meet up every couple of months and have a good discussion as well as a good laugh!

Rose recommends:

The Tenderness of Wolves  by Stef Penney
The Tenderness of Wolves
by Stef Penney | Buy this book
My favourite book since I was 17. Takes you on such a journey :)
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ClaireM (Chesterfield)

Hi! I’m just getting back into reading as it’s something I used to do all the time. I like thriller type books mainly but I’m Open to try anything :)

ClaireM recommends:

The Cows by Dawn O’Porter
The Cows
by Dawn O’Porter | Buy this book
It’s a brilliant real world look at being a woman. It’s hilarious it’s sad and it’s just an absolute page turner!
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Emily (Ripley)

I'm 24 and looking for a group to socialise with around once a month and discuss a random choice 'pick of the month' book. I usually steer towards twisty thrillers but love a bit of fantasy too!

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Gareth (Derby)

I read a wide range of genres thrillers spy novels historical novels mainstream classics to non fiction of varying types. Interested in sharing thoughts on books not in a forensic sense more to talk about the stories themselves to people who enjoy reading.

Gareth recommends:

Winter in Madrid by C J Sansom
Winter in Madrid
by C J Sansom | Buy this book
Historical accurate well paced spy thriller with interesting characters set in 1940’s Spain
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Maddie (Chesterfield)

Hi, I’ve been reading for around two years now, looking for a group who reads romance and some thriller books, meets up late afternoon in the week or early on the weekend

Maddie recommends:

Binding 13 by Chloe Walsh
Binding 13
by Chloe Walsh | Buy this book
It’s a slow burn romance with lots of drama, romance and many sad moments
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Helen (Chesterfield)

Hello, I am a slow reader so a monthly book group would suit me best. Reading is a way to relax and although I prefer fairly light novels, I also like thought-provoking and new genres. I also enjoy listening to audio books. I am looking to meet new people and share my love of books.

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Becca (Alfreton)

29 year old new to the area, I was once part of a young book club where we were given a random read for the month and all met up for a potluck dinner to discuss it! Looking for something similar.

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Gill (Heanor)

Hello although I have lived in the area for two years I have not really socialised and made friends. I like historical novels and thrillers but would also consider other genres. I work part time so daytime book meets could be tricky but it would be nice to meet new people if a suitable venue maybe a coffee shop or cafe could be found. I like a variety of books many thriller writers but I do read some historical novels and other books which just look appealing.

Gill recommends:

Keeper of Enchanted Rooms  by Charlie N Holmberg
Keeper of Enchanted Rooms
by Charlie N Holmberg | Buy this book
It takes you on a journey through the eyes of the main character which is funny but also links to real experiences that many of us have had and without lecturing shows that sometimes the obstacles are there to guide us.
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Charly (Derby)

I’m fairly new to the area, I love reading romance and fantasy and am looking to make some new friends :)

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Amanda (New Mills)

Hi I’m a 36 year old mum who has always wanted to join a book group and now is the perfect time. I would love to have someone to chat about books with and be encouraged to read more books I’m not used to reading. I don’t have a preference for genre but I’m currently reading a little life by Hanya Yanagihara 😬 Thanks Amanda

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Alison (Chesterfield)

Hi I've taken early retirement from teaching and currently working part time in retail. I would love to join a local reading group that meets on Tues,Thurs, Fri evenings or daytime Wednesday. I love modern literature and crime/ psychological thriller books but am willing to try any genre.

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