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Resolution Round Up: 10 Book Clubs to Read More with in 2012

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Each year as we make resolutions we resolve to enrich our physical lives. We resolve to diet or bulk up, to save money, to quit smoking, to cut back on drinking. This year, resolve on ...

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Each year as we make resolutions we resolve to enrich our physical lives. We resolve to diet or bulk up, to save money, to quit smoking, to cut back on drinking. This year, resolve on enriching your mind. Through reading you may gain wisdom and knowledge, flex your imagination and discovers worlds unknown. Daily life is hectic but if you set aside just 30 minutes every night before bed you’ll change your life from a chronic book starter to a book finisher. They easiest way to get through any task is with a partner or group where everyone gives each other moral support and reliance. Book groups offer friendship and camaraderie through common interest. Weekly and monthly meetings will help you stay committed and on track. We suggest trying out some of the following books clubs. 

 
  1. Sertino’s Book Club

Sertino’s Café, 133 West Main Street, Smithtown – (631) 337-1603 / website

 

  1. Book Revue Book Group

Book Revue, 313 New York Avenue, Huntington – (631) 271-1442 / website

 

  1. Read or Die Under 35 Book Club

Huntington / website

 

  1. Chapter Chats

Oyster Bay / website

 

  1. Bellmore Book and Wine Club

Bellmore / website

 

  1. Suffolk County Book Worm

Miller Place / website

 

  1. Sunday’s in Suffolk Book Club 20s & 30s

Huntington / website

 

  1. Syosset Public Library Monthly Book Club

225 South Oyster Bay Road, Syosset – (516) 921-7161 / website

 

  1. Young Adult Book Chat

211 Route 109, West Babylon – (631) 669-5445 / website

 

  1. Mid Morning Book Break

55 Vanderbilt Parkway, Dix Hills – (631) 421-4530 / website