If don’t have a copy yet and are curious about the book, here’s a video from Andrew:
So how’s this book club going to work?
Each Monday I’ll post an excerpt from that week’s reading. You can read in advance of Monday, or use that excerpt to lead you into the reading, either way. I’ll include a discussion-starter or two, and then we’ll just charge in together to talk about anything the book is saying to us, both right there in the post comments and in a section of the forum I’ll set up just for this book.
Since this book is meant to encourage readers in their own creative work, why don’t we also practice some of that work together? After we’ve spent the week discussing, every Friday I’ll post a creative prompt, and we’ll just see where that goes. I hope it’s empowering and fun to dig into this stuff together. 🙂
The book club will officially start October 28, next Monday, so hopefully by then everyone will have their copy (even if you’re ordering right after reading this). Here’s the schedule for discussions:
October 28: Prologue through Chapter 3
November 4: Chapters 4-5
November 11: Chapters 6-7
November 18: Chapters 8-9
November 25: Chapters 10-11
December 2: Chapters 12-13
December 9: Chapters 14-15
December 16: Chapter 16 and Afterword
And! Here’s a sample chapter! Just click here and scroll down a bit. You can buy the book at B&H’s website (that’s the publisher), at Amazon, at Barnes & Noble, or at the Rabbit Room. It’s also available on Kindle. (If you buy before Oct. 22 (tomorrow!), go here for a free song download!)
p.s. Next week we’ll finally unveil the long-awaited book club kit for The Monster in the Hollows! Do you know what Guild you’re in? If not, now’s a great time to take this quiz, sent to us by a reader named Katie. Her mom created it for a Wingfeather-themed birthday party. 🙂