“The Moment Between” by Nicole Baart

I’m almost halfway through “the Moment Between” and I’m enjoying it!  I’ll post the discussion questions here and the Rochester Branch of the Walkie Talkies plans to meet on March 1 to walk and talk about the book.  Hopefully that’ll work for all.  We haven’t picked out our next month’s book, but we should get on that!  It would be nice to have at least a four month plan.

Well, off to read!

2 thoughts on ““The Moment Between” by Nicole Baart

  1. I agree! A four month plan at minimum! Here is my list suggestion for the year:

    March: The Friday Night Knitting Club or SLAM
    Also, I think we should meet the last Monday of March instead of the first week in April.

    April: The Glass Castle and Half Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls. The Glass Castle is a very quick read and Half Broke Horses looks to be quick as well.

    May: Olive Kitteridge or The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy

    June: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo or Catcher in the Rye

    July: The Power of One or Best Friends Forever

    August: The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desi or The Hummingbirds Daughter by Luis Alberto Urrea

    September: Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons or Back When We Were Grownups by Anne Tyler

    October: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close or Everything is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer

    November: The Story of Edgar Sawtelle or What is the What

    December: A Wedding in December by Anita Shreve (haha)

  2. Sarah,
    So many books to choose from! My school book club is going to read Ann Bancroft’s “No Horizon is So Far,” because the author is visiting our school on 3/17! I’m excited about that… it’s a Book Club in a Bag so I have to pick it up next weekend.

    Do you think that non-knitters will love the Friday Night Knitting Club? I’m game for either. I obviously read SLAM so am ready for that, or could read the Friday night one, too. I’m hoping to bring a pile of books with me to Florida! Do you have Twilight, by the way?

    Do you think anyone else will have any input, or will it be solely up to us? 🙂

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