Book clubs in Lancashire

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

All listings in Lancashire

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Added 7 days ago

Karen (Oldham)

I love reading and always have a book on the go. I read mainly crime books. I would like to meet like minded people and get recommendations for new authors. I'm 64 and a widow.

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Added 11 days ago

CeeJay (Skelmersdale)

Looking to find a book club to meet some new friends. I’ll read most genres!

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Added 15 days ago

Taryn (Leigh)

I love reading. I think I like historical fiction best but this can take many forms. I like being taken to different places, all over the world and meet people I’d never meet in real life.

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Added 17 days ago

Rebecca (Preston)

Looking to meet people who also share a love of books. I'm also trying to make more time in my life for reading, and so joining a book club with definitely help me do so. I enjoy YA, romance, mysteries and classics!

Rebecca recommends:

The Song Of Achilles by Madeline Miller
The Song Of Achilles
by Madeline Miller | Buy this book
It's a heart breaking-ly honest take on infatuation and young love, done in a retelling of the Trojan War. Patroclus's perspective brings all of the emotions, and each page will make you want to carry on reading, until you've finished the book in one sitting...
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Added 24 days ago

Oscar (Burnley)

Read: psychology, history, international, fiction, science.....

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Added 27 days ago

Lizzie (Blackpool)

Recently got back into reading and looking to join others. Great to improve mental health and wellbeing and spend less time doom scrolling! Love trying any genre would love to discuss thoughts with others

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Joanne (Rochdale)

I have an empty nest and I love books!

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So many books, so little time. (Chorley)

I love reading and would read the back of a cereal box. Never been in a book club but recently semi-retired and looking to engage with new people with a shared love of reading and discussions about anything and everything.

So many books, so little time. recommends:

Dry by Augusten Burroughs
Dry
by Augusten Burroughs | Buy this book
Fascinating insight not only into one person's battle with the bottle but also his road to being sober. Funny (laugh out loud funny in places) but also poignant. Makes you think.
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Rita (Lytham StAnnes)

Enjoy reading and love books. I am new to the lytham st annes area and want to join a book club to meet new people.

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Laurag (Wigan)

I work for age uk wigan borough and am looking for local book clubs for clients

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CDReads (Chorley)

I love fantasy, romantasy and historical fiction, but love trying new genres.

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Ben (Wigan)

I have always enjoyed reading books and I am looking to discuss the books I read as well as opening myself up to different genres.

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Katie_b87 (Bolton)

I love reading romantasy, mystery and thrillers so looking to join a book club with like minded people and make friends

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Will Adams (Salford)

Hey, I'm 26 and looking to join a Book Club in Manchester. Please feel free to message!

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Susan (Ormskirk)

I like psychological thrillers and apocalyptic type books. I’d like to socialise a bit more and get recommendations for new books to read. Thanks

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ItsNicki (Rochdale)

Love mostly fantasy books at the moment, do have diverse reading tastes, from thrillers to police crime, werewolves - witches - vampires to period drama to chick flick books, depending on my mood will depend on what I am currently reading. I love my kindle but there is nothing better than to smell and hold a new book regardless of the title & contents. Looking to join a book club near me to meet and make friends with booking loving like minded people.

ItsNicki recommends:

Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchet
Wee Free Men
by Terry Pratchet | Buy this book
First book to ever read of Terry's one of my favourites of his.
Birdman by Mo Hayder
Birdman
by Mo Hayder | Buy this book
Very graphic and descriptive, loved all in this detective series.
Devils Desire by Laurie McBain
Devils Desire
by Laurie McBain | Buy this book
My favourite period drama book, I bought it a long time ago after finding it for sale for a few quid in a charity shop, I lent it my friend who lost it, I had to rebuy it, it currently sits amongst my favourite books, will no longer lend it out, I've read it quite a few times and go back to it when I want to immerse myself back in to a story full of vengeance, passion & love.
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Neil87 (Blackburn)

I am looking to join a book club when I retire at the end of May.I average about 54 books a year,I like crime books,but not true crime,James Patterson,David Baldicci etc.

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Mary for J Paterson books (Clitheroe)

Meet new people that like murder mystery books not too heavy I am a widow, with close family also other commitments but need something light and friendly.

Mary for J Paterson books recommends:

Womans murder club by James Patterson
Womans murder club
by James Patterson | Buy this book
He as many styles but these are my favorite, I know I have just been bought No 24 . I have read others of his ie along came a spider, and other fairy tale titles, but are murders. Another the girl in the castle. All have short chapters good to read in bed
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Holly (Preston)

I want to get back into reading. I'm 28, and like reading fiction - any kind really!

Holly recommends:

Normal People by Sally Rooney
Normal People
by Sally Rooney | Buy this book
A very real story with all the emotions.
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Shug Books14 (Blackpool)

Looking to get back into reading and to participate in mental stimulation. I enjoy the classics, philosophical novels, and true crime. Hoping to meet articulate people, to exchange coversation, and broaden my interest into other genres.

Shug Books14 recommends:

Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder
Sophie's World
by Jostein Gaarder | Buy this book
It manages to convey different philosophical ideas and perspectives. It makes philosophy more accessible by weaving it into a novel.
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