Book clubs in West Yorkshire

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

All listings in West Yorkshire

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Added 3 days ago

Hannah (Wakefield)

Hello! I'm 27 and I live near Wakefield. I love reading and don't have many book friends so would love to meet new people and meet for a coffee or join a book club 😊

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Added 4 days ago

Yvonne (Brighouse)

I love reading many different books, especially thrillers and rom com. I like to share books with friends

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Added 6 days ago

Maisie (Hebden Bridge)

I’ve recently moved to Hebden Bridge and while I love reading I find it difficult to find the time with a busy job & a small child. I’d like to join a book club to give myself some external motivation to read and to meet new people in my new local area

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Added 7 days ago

liv (Shipley)

hi i’m liv i’m 13 looking to join a book club or find book lovers near me, i love classics and dystopians/horror/crime book but i also enjoy books on sport, culture etc!!

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Added 13 days ago

Demi95 (Pontefract)

Hii! Im 28, I like romance/fantasy but happy to give any genre a go :)

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Added 14 days ago

Emily (Wakefield)

Hey! I’m 29 and looking to join a book club in Wakefield - I like both fiction and non-fiction :)

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Added 15 days ago

Kat (Shipley)

I’m 18 years old and looking to hopefully join either a book club or find friends who enjoy books like I do.

Kat recommends:

Dracula by Bram Stoker
Dracula
by Bram Stoker | Buy this book
Gothic and extremely dark, a great read for anyone who loves vampires and an eerie atmosphere
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Added 16 days ago

Jpicks (Shipley)

I’ve fallen in love with reading again! I set myself a challenge for this year to read at least one a month, but none of my friends are avid readers & don’t feel like I can have a conversation with them about it.

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Added 16 days ago

CJ (Todmorden)

I’ve recently moved from London to Tod and would welcome the chance to join a local book group

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Added 17 days ago

Jackie (Huddersfield)

Like to read historical fiction, historical drama and fantasy novels. Looking for a flexible book club

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Added 20 days ago

Julia (Brighouse)

I'll read absolutely everything and love getting lost in a good book. I often finsih a book in one sitting which brings me stupid amounts of joy.I regularly swap books with friend's,however I'd ideally like to join a book club or possibly set one up locally. I'm from the Brighouse area and have yet to find anyone else who would be interested in such a club.

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Added 22 days ago

LolaK (Hebden Bridge)

Hello, I am a 48 year old lady living in Hebden Bridge. I used to read a couple of books a week until this last year when some traumatic experiences resulted in me not been able to pick up a book. I think I need a book club to force me back into enjoying reading and the social side would also be great for me too. Thanks LK

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Added 24 days ago

Tracey (Bingley)

Love rom coms and thrillers and have various favourite authors but willing to branch out to new ones !!

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Added 24 days ago

LeannexLx (Shipley)

Love a variety of genres, particularly a good thriller or horror balanced out by the odd romantic comedy!

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Added 28 days ago

Lorn13 (Wakefield)

I like to read a mix of books, from new fiction to classics. Looking to join a local club to meet some new people

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Added 29 days ago

Michael (Huddersfield)

Looking to expand my horizons and chat about books with new people. I'm new to the area and am an avid reader so it would be a great way to combine my love for books and do some socialising. I love historical fiction, magic realism and crime/espionage novels.

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Gabi (Wakefield)

A lover of mainly feel good fiction novels. Looking for a relaxed and friendly club.

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Alan (Bradford)

Language and story keeps one alive. They outlast us. Yet stories do not die. They become other stories. Don't they?

Alan recommends:

COLD MOUNTAIN by Charles Frazier
COLD MOUNTAIN
by Charles Frazier | Buy this book
Good literature is almost impossible to define. Partly it is the quality of silence between words. The quality of silence at the end of a line. COLD MOUNTAIN is a journey. Although there is a destination, it is written without a horizion. One can hear Henry James or Anais Nin saying... 'All stories of worth are about love.' Even within tragedy there is a kindling. An emotional gravity one cannot resist. Compelling narrative and characters become insperable from ourselves. Story has no end. It becomes other stories.
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Global South meets West Yorkshire (Halifax)

This is a Meetup Group (see the App) for a mix of in-person and online meetings in different parts of West Yorkshire, starting with Halifax. The focus is on global south authors and themes.

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Alia (Halifax)

30 year old philosophy and english grad. Just moved to West Yorkshire. Currently in love with the magical realism of Marquez's work and the clarity of Edward Said. Looking for people to challenge my interpretations and to make sure I finish the books I start! Note: I have set up a group on Meetup called Global South meets West Yorkshire.

Alia recommends:

In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez
In the Time of the Butterflies
by Julia Alvarez | Buy this book
This is book is so colorful and immersive, so full of smells and textures, yet at the same time so dark. It is a very personal insight into the lives of those who opposed tyranny in Trujillo's Dominican Republic. Both tragic and inspiring.
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