Miss book club meetings? Ever read an amazing book and want someone to talk to about it? Or maybe you have never been involved in a book discussion, however have been curious about them.
We got you.
Books Burgers and Brews originally was a full in-person monthly event held on 3rd Mondays at a local restaurant. As we all know… times have changed.
This monthly event continues to thrive as a ZOOM event. While not ideal (I miss seeing people face to face for this) – it works well. One of the things I do love about this is that I can invite all of you to a Central Minnesota event that you do not even have to leave your house for.
Heck, you don’t even have to wear pants.
Ummm…. well you get what I mean.
So please consider joining us! Tonight’s discussion of The Nickel Boys is a book that will speak to you if you have read it or not.
The Nickel Boys is a 2019 novel by American novelist Colson Whitehead. It is based on the real story of the Dozier School, a reform school in Florida that operated for 111 years and had its history exposed by a university’s investigation. It was named one of TIME’s best books of the decade.
Consider joining us by registering for the discussion here.
Find our full list of upcoming discussion as well as more information on this book and Books Burgers and Brews here.
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Coming soon on Netflix too!
Yes! Won’t that be interesting?
Oops I edit my original response. Laurel and I could not find that – the Underground Railroad by the same author is going to be on Prime starting in May.
I haven’t yet done a Zoom event, but my LA son does them all the time, even with my son in Prague.
I have a copy of The Nickel Boys, so I really must read it soon! Thanks for sharing.
You would like ZOOM Laurel, it connects you to others – whatever topics you like. A good book discussion from the comfort of your home? Favorite chair? Cup of tea? Really you should join us one of these days 🙂
I think it’s amazing that you’ve grabbed this opportunity and created something new (Zoom meetings for people from around the country).
Thank you Sam, it has really worked well for us and it is nice to be able to invite people that of course would normally not be able to attend.
Very thoughhtful blog