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uRead iRead weRead | A Reader's Social Club

iRead Book Circle at Brazosport College

Murder! Wednesday, Sept. 1st, 2021

Monsters! Wednesday, Oct. 6th, 2021

Mystery! Wednesday Nov. 3rd, 2021

Supernatural

Fall 2021 iREAD - Murder! Monsters! Mystery!

Murder! Monsters! Mystery!

Fall semester 2021

 

Join us for iREAD Book Circle [a social club for readers] at 1:30 on the first Wednesday of the month. We gather at the base of the stairs inside the library.  

Join us for engaging conversation as we enjoy lite refreshments on the selected topic for the month.  

RIPPED from the headlines

You've read about them in the newspapers, seen them on the evening news, and binged the documentaries on Netflix - now try a different approach. iREAD a story of your choosing and share your thoughts in our Book Social. 

Mystery: Red herring, anyone? This element of the mystery genre is #9 on the list of "The 10 Elements of a Mystery Story". It's so satisfying to discover a sleuth (#4 on the list) who you like, and even better if that sleuth is featured in a series of books. Agatha Christie's mysteries are often a gateway into this genre because of the beloved detective, Hercule Poirot.

Fall 2021 iREAD - Murder! Monsters! Mystery!

Murder! Monsters! Mystery!

Fall semester 2021

 

Join us for iREAD Book Circle [a social club for readers] at 1:30 on the first Wednesday of the month. We gather at the base of the stairs inside the library.  

Join us for engaging conversation as we enjoy lite refreshments on the selected topic for the month.  

RIPPED from the headlines

You've read about them in the newspapers, seen them on the evening news, and binged the documentaries on Netflix - now try a different approach. iREAD a story of your choosing and share your thoughts in our Book Social. 

Mystery: Red herring, anyone? This element of the mystery genre is #9 on the list of "The 10 Elements of a Mystery Story". It's so satisfying to discover a sleuth (#4 on the list) who you like, and even better if that sleuth is featured in a series of books. Agatha Christie's mysteries are often a gateway into this genre because of the beloved detective, Hercule Poirot.

Mark your calendars & Reserve a seat!