Book Club

July Book Club: California by Edan Lepucki

Happy Summer, Beach Readers! We hope you’re racking up plenty of hours of beachside bliss this month. If you need a book to accompany those long, lovely days on the shore, join our Beach Reads Book Club this month as we devour Edan Lepucki’s debut novel, California.     The post-apocalyptic page-turner is set in Los Angeles in the not-so-distant […]

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May Book Club: Golden State by Michelle Richmond

Hey there, Beach Readers! We’re thrilled to announce that Michelle Richmond’s latest book, Golden State is our May Book Club pick!    We’ve been enamored of this bicoastal author (she grew up on the Gulf coast, before relocating to San Francisco as an adult) for quite some time. (If you missed her touching View essay for Coastal Living, make sure to […]

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February book club: Q&A with Kelly Corrigan

Hello, Beach Readers! We hope you’ve enjoyed curling up with Kelly Corrigan’s new memoir, Glitter & Glue, during this all-too-chilly month. We had high hopes for this book–the follow-up to her New York Times Bestseller The Middle Place–and it certainly did not disappoint. With her trademark warmth, wit, and girl next door appeal, Kelly explores mother-dauther relationships and, specifically, how […]

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Announcing our November book club pick!

Happy November, Beach Readers! After the warm, sunny South Florida setting of October’s book, we thought we’d make our way up the East Coast this month with a novel set in the winter white of the rocky New England coast. The book’s bucolic coastal setting (plus a little humor and a little scandal) makes it the perfect read to curl […]

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And our October book club pick is…

Hi there, Beach Readers! It’s clear that fall is among us: temps are dipping, pumpkins are filling supermarket shelves, mojitos on the sand are replaced with mugs of hot chocolate on back porches. If you’re still stuck in that end-of-summer gloom, however, we have the perfect read to satiate your desire for sunshine, palm trees, and turquoise seas; a novel that […]

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Introducing our September Beach Read!

Happy September, beach readers! Thanks to all who joined us for our Twitter chat with Beatriz Williams last week. There were tons of great questions, and we’re thrilled with the enthusiasm we’ve seen for the book club so far! For our September book, we’ve chosen something a little different… The Rathbones is the debut novel from Chicago author Janice Clark–a […]

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A Hundred Summers: Chapters 10 – 17 Discussion

Hi Beach Readers! How are you enjoying A Hundred Summers? So much has happened in these last eight chapters, and we’re beginning to learn more and more about the events leading up to what ultimately tore Nick and Lily’s relationship apart. Chapter 10 starts with Budgie (as usual, up to no good) taking Graham and Lily out for the night to a […]

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A Hundred Summers: Reading Schedule

Happy August, Beach Readers! We hope you have the chance to savor these last weeks of summer on the sand—thankfully, we’ve picked out what we hope will be an engaging, quick, fun read for the shore to take you through Labor Day! (And, if you’re looking for more fun things to do, don’t forget to check out our #99days calendar.) […]

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Introducing our August Book Club pick!

Hey there, Beach Readers! We hope you enjoyed our July book, Beautiful Day, and appreciate all who joined us on Twitter to chat live with Elin last week. As July comes to a close (seriously!?), we’re psyched to announce our next great read for the shore. Drum roll, please…          A Hundred Summers, by Beatriz Williams, has […]

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Beach Reads Book Club: Beautiful Day Discussion and Q&A

Hello, fellow beach readers! I hope you all are enjoying our July book, with your toes in the sand and a mojito in your hand, of course. So far, we’re loving every page of the book, with its engaging plot, shout-outs to some of our fave New England hot spots (Nantucket Bookworks? Black Eyed Susan’s?) and  incredibly relatable characters–particularly Margot (aka big sis of the bride and […]

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