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Let SBC Help with Holiday Shopping!

Let SBC Help with Holiday Shopping!

Let’s be honest, besides a new stack of novels, the next best gift for bookworms is book merch. And if you’re reading this, there’s a really good chance that you have some friends whose Holiday Wishlists are begging for bookish treats. (Not to mention, it’s the perfect way to fill up an I Wish It Were Mine list to slip into the hands of your honey.)

Well, today is your lucky day because Silent Book Club has a little bit of everything for everyone…

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Silent Book Club at Graduate Hotels

Silent Book Club at Graduate Hotels
Join us for introvert happy hour at Graduate Hotels in Nashville, New Haven, and Lincoln! Bring a book, buy a drink, and settle in for an evening of reading with friends.

Of course, the first rule of Silent Book Club is no assigned reading, so bring anything in your TBR stack and join us for literary-themed drinks and reading with friends.

Seating is limited, so RSVP at your location of choice below to reserve your spot! Continue reading

My fall plans...

My fall plans...

Fall is the best season for books, with all the major publishers saving their blockbusters for the holidays. And this year has a doozy of a line-up from some of Silent Book Club readers' most well-loved authors.

Here are just 5 of our most-anticipated books to read this fall.

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Giveaway! Sorrow, by Tiffanie DeBartolo

Giveaway! Sorrow, by Tiffanie DeBartolo

Art, love, and redemption converge in a poignant novel critiquing masculinity and the millennial generation

Enter here for a chance to win one of 5 copies

In Sorrow, Tiffanie DeBartolo draws from her experience as a record label owner and music exec to deftly weave the story of a musician who has lost his way.

Joe Harper has backpedalled throughout his life. A once-promising guitar prodigy, he's been living without direction since abandoning his musical dreams. Now into his thirties, having retreated from every opportunity he's had to level up, he has lost his family, his best friend, and his own self-respect.

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Celebrate Juneteenth

Celebrate Juneteenth
June 19, 2021 marks the first time Juneteeth will be officially recognized as a federal holiday in the United States, 155 years after its first celebration.

We're honoring this milestone by supporting Black-owned bookstores, authors, and activists across the country, and invite you to do the same. Continue reading
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