Outlander Book Klub will begin Dec 29th. Leader Gertie will post her schedule and the first meeting with questions will be on Jan 5th!
So, are you going to set up a sub-forum or something for this? I can't remember what (if anything) was ever decided on organizing the clubs??Betsy the Quilter said:Outlander Book Klub will begin Dec 29th. Leader Gertie will post her schedule and the first meeting with questions will be on Jan 5th!
I don't see how you can stop at five chapters. Maybe you ought to distract yourself with another book. I'd recommend In Her Name by some guy who likes Kevlar and beer.ScrappingForever said:Gertie....I have a confession....I read the first 5 chapters. I couldn't wait. I also finished a book and Outlander just grabbed me and pulled me in. But I did stop at 5! That's showing some restraint, right? Right?
And you haven't even read the book, yet. Those of us who have read it and love it will tell you if it grabs you, you won't want to stop.Anne said:I am tempted to start too. I have 5 days off coming up. I am off Dec 24,25,26,27,28,.
Yeah, I felt it, but I thought it was the Everglades burning again. I know I'm fired up.farmwife99 said:Download complete so I'm ready also......
Can't you feel the excitement in the air??
That is true I could start early. I may read a little bit on the 26. I am usually tired that day and I love to take it easy and read. I do not want to get to far ahead. I will just have to remember to highllght so I can find what I want to discuss.Ann Von Hagel said:I don't think anyone ever said you weren't allowed to start reading until then . . .that's just the official start date and discussion starts the next week. I say, read when you have the opportunity: you don't know when the next opportunity will be. (kind of like finding a toilet. . . .)