Online Book Clubs to Join This Year
In-person book clubs may still be shelved for the foreseeable future, but online book clubs are here to save the day. Now you can discuss your favourite books and authors with like-minded bookworms all around the globe.
1. REESE’S BOOK CLUB
Read joyful, and thought-provoking books along with Reese Witherspoon and fellow book lovers. Follow the online book club on Instagram and Facebook, download the app, or subscribe to the newsletter for some inspiring reads.
Latest pick: Honor by Thrity Umrigar
Join Reese’s Book Club here.
Emma Roberts and Karah Preiss, both avid readers, channeled their hobby into an online community of like-minded subscribers. After years of mailing books from Karah in New York to Emma in Los Angeles (and back), they moved their book club online in 2017.
Latest pick: When We Lost Our Heads by Heather O’Neill
Join Belletrist here.
3. OUR SHARED SHELF
Our Shared Shelf was founded in 2016 by actor Emma Watson as part of her work with UN women. The online book club focused on intersectional feminist literature, including must-read books like The Handmaid’s Tale and powerful memoirs like The Beauty Myth by Naomi Wolf.
Join Our Shared Shelf here.