Sharing the joy is fun. Book clubs do that by their very nature: reading a story together, sharing their insights, disputing a plot point.
This page is for book clubs: now fans of S.F. Powell books.
Tweaking the reading experience.
Naomi and the crew have their personal problems, but it's not solely about the drama. The friendships that bind the characters reveal a lot through even casual conversation and interaction. Naomi and the crew party and have a good time; they discuss spiritual topics and current events; they laugh and joke ... and babysit.
S.F. Powell novels have numerous signature elements which only add to the fun. Some of the components are obvious ... others not so much. Book club members can put their heads together to identify them all.
Bonuses for Book Clubs
Okay. Everyone has their book and their cup of tea (or glass of wine as the case may be), and now it’s time to get the discussion rolling. I've provided a sheet with sample questions to serve as conversation starters for each novel. There may be clues to answers for some questions right here on the website.
Another idea for group fun is to take the book quizzes together. With tablet or laptop in hand, book club members can form teams and make a game of it. Good food and drink, good people, good book, good fun. Go for it!
Book clubs with orders for ten or more paperback books receive a discount. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Book club members read for the fun of it, for the camaraderie of engaging and analyzing the story goings-on.They debate a plot point and discuss any symbolism. They argue a character's choices and have a good time sharing the chapter or chapters that touched them most.
To kick things off for you, below are links to question sheets for potential discussion.
Available for Your Event
I’m available for a variety of “Meet the Author” engagements (especially book clubs). In addition to creating my own characters and writing stories, I like sharing my perspectives on the writing life. I am also open to hosting “Ask the Author” webinars or Skype sessions at your request.
The novel-focused question sheets are ready for book clubs to download, print, share, and get the discussion rolling!
Contact me to discuss your upcoming event.
In Broken Benevolence, Dr. Alexander provides trauma counseling to crime victim, Cecily Brooks. Attacked during a home invasion, Cecily has more than her personal mental stresses to overcome.
Sharing the joy is fun. Book clubs do that by their very nature: reading a story together, sharing their insights, disputing a plot point. This page is for book clubs: now fans of S.F. Powell books.
Every now and then, an author attends events and participates in other happenings to meet and greet and get interpersonal with fans, authors, and all-around lovers of the written word.