Tag Archives: The Paris Wife

Toronto-based author Samantha Stroh Bailey just self-published her first book, Finding Lucas, an honest and funny novel about Jamie Ross, a woman who realizes five years into her relationship that her boyfriend, Derek, is no longer the same man she … Continue reading

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We’re excited to announce that as of today, the discussion guide for Paula McLain’s much-buzzed-about, Jazz Age–era fictional memoir, written from the perspective of Ernest Hemingway’s first wife, Hadley, is now available in print and PDF. Every guide includes: · … Continue reading

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Hope you enjoyed some time off over the holidays with your loved ones. After enjoying many feasts with our own families, Bookclub-in-a-Box is back with a great recommendation for your first read of 2012: Paula McLain’s The Paris Wife, a … Continue reading

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Countless memoirs and biographies have been written about the great artists who lived in Paris during the 1920s, a time that Woody Allen refers to as the “literary Golden Age” in his new movie Midnight in Paris. But long before … Continue reading

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Once every month, we’ll share the motivation and passion that drives one book club — it could be yours! — from across the globe. These are the people who have combined the solitary pleasure of reading a book with the … Continue reading

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Every year, Marilyn Herbert puts together a reading list of the books she’s either already read or is most excited about reading right now, some of which will turn into full Bookclub-in-a-Box discussion guides later in the year. (We’ve already … Continue reading

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