Guides to book groups reading discussions

Publishers Offer Free Guides to Books – Current and Classic

I love a good Book Group discussion. I have been a member of book groups for most of my life. Books offer ideas – and it is wonderful to explore them with friends. Here are some online resources to enrich the conversation.

Guides for Book Group conversations

reading group discussions, Doubleday

Doubleday Publishers offers a simple search engine to find guides to their books.

reading discussions, Tupelo Press

The Tupelo Press offers free ‘readers companions’ for the books and poems it publishes.

Reading Group Center for reading discussions

Knopf-Doubleday offers good resources for vintage books for book groups including suggestions for groups of volumes around suggested topics.

Penguin Reading Discussion tips

Penguin makes it easy to search for their books and associated guides.

Penguin Reading discussion prompts

Penguin Classics offer reading guides for the classics from Steinbeck and Tolstoy to Stegner and Voltaire.

REading discussions, hatchette book group

Hachette offers reading group guides to the books it publishes.

reading group guides for discussions

Reading Group Guides offer resources to book groups including links to discussion guides.

Lit lovers reading discussion tips

Lit Lovers offers guides to 3,400 books from various publishers. Their site is a treasure trove for book lovers. Check out the recommendations for popular book club books.

Bookbrowse Reading discussion prompts

BookBrowse offers reviews and insights into the books you might read in book group.

Harper Collins Book Club reading discussions

HarperCollins Publishers reading discussion tips

HarperCollins has the HC Book Club. They offer 20% off any monthly recommendation you buy. They also have an “Invite an Author to Your Book Club” with a profile of the available authors and where they are located. HarperCollins Publishers also offers free reading guides for Harper Collins books.

REading Club Reading Discussions

If you are feeling DIY and want to create your own discussion guide for your book group, The Reading Club offers templates for fiction and non-fiction.

Nancy and I are huge fans of independent bookstores. Always staffed by booklovers, they are a good resource for book group discussion guides.