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Greenwood County Library Book Clubs

The Greenwood County Library sponsors several different kinds of book clubs, but they all have one basic purpose - to promote the enjoyment of reading. If you like to read and if you're willing to read outside your comfort zone and discuss each book's author, characters, themes, ideas, etc. respectfully with others, then the Library probably has a book club for you. The Library provides copies of the titles used in its book discussion groups at no charge while supplies last. You may bring your lunch and eat while we discuss the featured title. Check out the following times and titles to find the group that best suits you.

Please remember that you are not in school. Reading any or all of these titles is not required. If you begin reading a book and decide you don't like it, don't finish it. Life is too short to read books/authors we don't like.

 

Classics Old and New:

Classics Old and New meets on Thursdays at 1 p.m. in the Auditorium at the Greenwood County Library:

  • August 9 - Meet & Greet (Pick Up Books)
  • September 13 - A Place on Earth - Wendell Berry
  • October 11 - Brideshead Revisited - Evelyn Waugh
  • November 8 - A Passage to India - E. M. Forster
  • December 13 - A Tale of Two Cities - Charles Dickens
  • January 10 - Heart of Darkness - Joseph Conrad
  • February 14 - Go Tell It on the Mountain - James Baldwin
  • March 14 - Watership Down - Richard Adams
  • April 11 - The Count of Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas
  • May 9 - The Secret Garden - Frances Hodgson Burnett
​Download a printable copy of the Classics Old & New Schedule

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Mostly Southern Writers:

Mostly Southern Writers meets on Saturdays at 1 p.m. in the Auditorium at the Greenwood County Library :

  • August 4- Meet & Greet (Pick Up Books)
  • September 8 - The Mountain Between Us - Charles Martin
  • October 6 - Ava's Man - Rick Bragg (Greenwood County Reads 2018 Featured Author)
  • November 3 - The Spy - Paul Coelho
  • December 1 - Anything Is Possible - Elizabeth Strout
  • January 12 - Between the Tides - Patti Callahan Henry
  • February 2 - Secrets of Southern Girls - Haley Harrigan
  • March 2 - The Women in the Castle - Jessica Shattuck
  • April 6 - Time Trials - Eric Smith
  • May 4 - The Last Ballad - Wiley Cash

​Download a printable copy of the Mostly Southern Writers Schedule

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Mystery Lovers:

Mystery Lovers meets on Thursdays at 1 p.m. in the Auditorium at the Greenwood County Library:

  • August 16 - Meet & Greet (Pick Up Books)
  • September 20 - The Seven Dials Mystery - Agatha Christie
  • October 18 - Boundary Waters - William Kent Kruger
  • November 15- Alias Grace - Margaret Atwood
  • January 17 - The Woman in Cabin 10 - Ruth Ware
  • February 21 - The Kind Worth Killing - Peter Swanson
  • March 21 - The Good Girl - Mary Kubica
  • April 18 - The Life We Bury - Allen Eskens
  • May 16 - Now You See Me - S. J. Bolton

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