PW: How One Author Turned the Internet into a Giant Book Club

How One Author Turned the Internet into a Giant Book Club was written by Nomi Eve and first appeared in Publishers Weekly’s website, on October 30, 2015 and is used by permission. Click here to read the full online article. This article also appeared in the 11/02/2015 issue of Publishers Weekly under the headline: Reaching Out to Readers.

Eve says in the article,“I challenged myself to meet with 100 book clubs. I called it my 100 Book Club Challenge. I sent my challenge out to the cyberworld, and then I sat back and waited. But I didn’t have to wait long. As you can imagine, it was a pretty crazy six months!”

Eve is a Great Group Reads author and spoke about her book club adventures at our National Reading Group Month Author Panel and her inspiration for Henna House. You can read the recap here.

 

 

 

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