Book clubs in Merseyside

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

All listings in Merseyside

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Phil (St Helens)

I’m Phil, very much a latecomer to fiction and I’m still seeking my go to genre. I love a good thriller, or anything engaging and entertaining to be honest, although sci-fi & fantasy has never appealed. I’d love to join a group If anyone could recommend?

Phil recommends:

How to Stop Time by Matt Haig
How to Stop Time
by Matt Haig | Buy this book
It was truly entertaining, ironically on the fantastical side, but very much enjoyed by someone who says he doesn’t favour fantasy, it was easy and relaxing. I can’t offer much more of a synopsis as I can’t remember but I recalled drifting along with the plot every night and then missing it once read.
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Gideon Jones (Southport)

Hi The enquiry I am about to make is probably one you are familiar with so I apologise in advance if it rankles in any way. I am a recently published KDP author who is looking for people to review my debut novel on Amazon. To this end, I would be very happy to provide free copies of the novel to any of your members who would like to assist. I write under the name Gideon Jones. You can find out a little about myself and the novel at gideon-jones.com. I should make clear at the outset that the offer of a free copy is not in any way designed to attract positive reviews. All reviews, whether positive or negative, would be gratefully received. Kind regards Gideon Jones

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marc gee writer (Wallasey)

Hi, i have been writing for over thirty years. I started writing for the theater having ove rten plays performed at the Everyman and Playhouse theaters in Liverpool. I wrote the screenplay for Al's Lads witch has been sold to over 22 countries World wide. I have had three books published, on of them Autumn Kill was on the Waterstone's top summer reads. I give a informative talk, mixed with hummer. I have given talks all around the country in such place as Prisons, Universities and Literary Festivals.

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Linnifer (Birkenhead)

Love books and talking about books.

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Katharine (Southport)

Will be relocating to Southport soon. I'm a librarian so ended up being the main organiser of a reading group with 7 friends for many years. Would be happy to do something similar if there are people looking for a group.

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Karen (Southport)

Hi, I'm a 44 year old single mum to a 12 year old daughter, I moved to southport several years ago but don't have a friend group. Would love to join a book club to expand my joy of reading but hopefully meet new friends!

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Sarah M (Southport)

Love reading mostly thriller/crime novels. I’m a 46 year old mum. Re-located to Southport 18months ago, renovating an old house and would love to meet fellow readers

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Paige (Southport)

I like reading crime books and dystopian books.

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Rob (Bootle)

Hi, Iam 40 something, with lots of spare time, I love reading, learning new things, looking to meet new people and join a book club with a wide variety of topics inc supernatural abilities, the acult non fiction, crime novels ie, John Grisham type, learning books anything really!!

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Ahamed (Liverpool)

I am seriously interested in fantasy, adventure, books about life, emotional books, and series fit for young adults are the kind of books I am interested in. And, I am actually looking forward to making some life-long friends through the subject I am interested in and am hoping to find people to talk and interact with. I am actually a pretty fun person and would love to spend some time out of the house. I am pretty much free and can meet up whenever possible if it is only once a day!!! That’s sarcasm BTW! So very looking forward to meeting some new faces and building long lasting bonds!!!

Ahamed recommends:

The Suspect by Fiona Barton
The Suspect
by Fiona Barton | Buy this book
The plot of this book is amazing and the twists in the storyline would make you gasp audibly. To be honest, not many authors have that skill but this one do. I love the book for the amazing characters it introduced into my life which I couldn’t forget even if I wanted to!
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RedBird (Liverpool)

Taking a year out and trying to find time for myself

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Deepu (Liverpool)

I love reading books but end up either not finding time or reading in a single go 😂. Romantic, rom-com are my go to

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Nicola (Newtown-le- Willows)

I will pick up any book and give it a go! I would love to join a book club to find like minded people.

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Gabi (Wallasey)

I like reading all genres and discovering new books. I would love to find a book club that meets once a month

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Mark (Liverpool)

Mature, youthful, good humoured, kind and caring. Oh and book obsessed.

Mark recommends:

Animal farm  by George Orwell
Animal farm
by George Orwell | Buy this book
A brilliant allegory of power and corruption as seen through the eyes of farm animals.
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Venu (Liverpool)

Semi- retired GP Looking to join book club for the first time Enjoy reading non- fiction/ fiction Meet people and have a chat/ laugh!!

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Sue (Birkenhead)

I’d like to discover new books and meet new people

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Annette (Wirral)

Just love reading books but want try different types of books and widen my interest

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Walter Thomas (Author) (Birkenhead)

I am a local author living in Bebington, who writes under the pseudonym of Walter Thomas. As a local, it would be an honour if you could read my very first novel called “Sing Your Own Song” and maybe invite me along afterwards to discuss, answer any questions your readers may have? This is an exciting period in my life, that I would love to share with you. Hope to hear from you soon. Best wishes, Andy.

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Jackie Pearce (Birkenhead)

I recently retired and would like to join a book club to meet new people and to read genre of books that I may not have chosen myself.

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