Book clubs in Lincolnshire

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

All listings in Lincolnshire

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Added 3 days ago

Ollie (Boston)

Hello I’m Ollie recently moved back to Lincolnshire wanting to join a book club meet up once a month or so

Ollie recommends:

Do not disturb
by Freida mcfadl | Buy this book
Fast place intense Big twist
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Added 5 days ago

Caroline (Spalding)

Hi I love reading, mostly crime or books from dan brown george orwell etc looking to join a book club with like minded readers

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Added 13 days ago

Cathouse (Sleaford)

Hi, looking for new friends for meet ups or online that enjoy reading for recommendations and chats about book stuff. Love true crime and thrillers, comedy, and try to get into classics but really struggle so anyone who really loves them would be good to know!

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Added 17 days ago

Louise (Brigg)

Moved to Brigg, love reading and thought this would be a good way to meet some new people

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Added 19 days ago

Aidy (Louth)

I have not been in a book club since I was a fiction book buyer for the much missed Ottakar's book shop, and do miss it. I am keen on all sorts of genres, from the classics to scandi noir.

Aidy recommends:

The Miracle Life of Edgar Mint by Brady Udall
The Miracle Life of Edgar Mint
by Brady Udall | Buy this book
It is a book that is both hilarious and tragic, a joy from start to finish
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Added 21 days ago

Emily (Lincoln)

Hi I’m looking to make friends who share my love of fantasy, sci- fi, or romance books! I’m 18 and don’t know many people who read as much as I do so I would love to find more people to share my passion with.☺️🫶

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Added 22 days ago

Charlotte (Skegness)

I want to find people I can discuss books with as no one I know actually reads novels.

Charlotte recommends:

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
Jane Eyre
by Charlotte Brontë | Buy this book
The story represents the strength and resilience of women and is a great lesson for younger women.
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Added 22 days ago

Rachel (Lincoln)

I like a wide range of genres fiction & non fiction would like to meet once/twice a month to talk about current reads and share book recommendations

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Added 27 days ago

Ann77 (Bourne)

I am 74, retired civil servant. I read a lot, mostly detective novels at the moment though I am open to reading anything. I would like to perhaps meet about once or twice a month initially to discover different genres and recommendations.

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Natalie0103 (Sleaford)

Hi there. I’m Natalie. Looking for a book club as I love reading and would love to make some friends locally who enjoy reading too. I love most genres but mainly romance, comedy and cosy crime.

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Katie (Grantham) (Grantham)

I am 20 years old and just looking for some friends who enjoy reading as much as I do, I love reading romance, mystery, horror, even crime books, I love any genre really :)

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bookworm007 (Gainsborough)

Male wrong side of 40 but right side of 50!! (just) :) looking for a book club in or around gainsbourgh. Enjoy historical fiction, Simon Scarrow, Fantasy like Nora Roberts & Samantha Shannon, Crime fiction like Chris Carter. Willing to expand into other areas.

bookworm007 recommends:

Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon
Priory of the Orange Tree
by Samantha Shannon | Buy this book
Great Book, just takes me away to a beautiful land that I want to visit again and again...into a bit of escapism?? this ticks the boxes
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Edward48 (Grantham)

I moved to Grantham about a year ago. Don't know anyone. Usually have my head in a book or ereader. I would love to meet a group of readers, or even just one, say once a month. Don't mind the books, but I love crime thrillers, sci fi and fantasy. I am very happy to be out my comfort zone when reading.

Edward48 recommends:

The Lord of the Rings by J R Tolkien
The Lord of the Rings
by J R Tolkien | Buy this book
Epic fantasy that is also challenging and rewarding at the same time.
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Helen (Louth)

Want to find a book club

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David (Spalding)

Interested in history, philosophy, politics, crime, science fiction. favourite authors Bernard Cornwall, Anthony Horowitz, Jasper Fford, Jodi Taylor. would like to move out of my comfort zone and discuss what I read with like minded people.

David recommends:

1984 by George Orwell
1984
by George Orwell | Buy this book
it is one of the first books I read for pleasure. it was thought provoking being able to see some of the themes in real time.
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Donna (Boston)

Like to read but have found my book choices becoming smaller and want to expand my reading genres.

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just a ghost (Grantham)

love gothic lit, poetry and anything that catches my eye

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John (Spalding)

Passionate book reader, adventure, business, philosophy always looking to expand my book journey.

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Jill (Sleaford)

I work full time from home so could only meet in the evenings , I live alone and enjoy reading and would also like to meet like minded people . I enjoy a variety of genres, thrillers, crime. Romantic, mystery, fiction, non fiction.

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Natalie (Brigg)

Moving to Brigg in the next couple of weeks,retired,avid reader,hoping to make new friends.

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