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Book night - 25th August 2015

Posted by Anne Witton on Saturday, January 24, 2015, In : Book club 
We’ve enjoyed two ‘book night’ meetings at Whey Aye WI.  In 2011 we read ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night time’ by Mark Haddon (2003), ‘The Other Hand’’ by Chris Cleave (2008), and ‘One Day’ by David Nicholls (2009).  In 2013 we read ‘The Girl You Left Behind’’ by Jojo Moyes (2012), ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ by Truman Capote (1958),‘The Long Song’ by Andrea Levy (2010), and ‘Gone Girl’’ by Gillian Flynn (2012).

Our third book night will be ...

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Book night word clouds

Posted by Anne Witton on Wednesday, November 6, 2013, In : Book club 
In October it was the return of our popular Book Night, complete with lively discussion and bitches bingo! Some of the titles we read certainly divided opinion. See if you agree with the comments below.

The Long Song

by Andrea Levy
Breakfast at Tiffany's

by Truman Capote
The Girl You Left Behind

by Jojo Moyes
Gone Girl

by Gillian Flynn

As always, huge thanks to Deb for organising a very enjoyable evening.
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Book night

Posted by Anne Witton on Monday, January 21, 2013, In : Book club 
Whey Aye WI Book Night is on Tuesday 22nd October 2013 - read one or more of the chosen books and come along for a chat about what you thought. If you don’t fancy any, please come along anyway for the wine & nibbles, to recommend your favourite read, or just to listen to what others have to say. It’s not a heavy literary discussion; just a good natter. And of course there’ll be Bitches ‘Book’ Bingo that you’ll not want to miss!

So, here are the 4 chosen tomes:

The Gi...
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Wine and Words

Posted by Anne Witton on Friday, February 25, 2011, In : Book club 
We're holding a 'book club' taster night for our meeting on 25th Oct. Don't worry if you're not massively into reading - if you don't fancy any of the three selected books, please come along with a book of your own choice (which you've read and enjoyed) so you can recommend it to everyone. Anything goes - it doesn't have to be a literary masterpiece!

If you would like to read one or two (or three!) of the books, we'll have a few discussion questions about each on the night to get the discussio...
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