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Feb 19, 2020

BookBrowse featured in The Washington Post

Washington Post logoIn a Feb 18 article, Washington Post columnist Jura Koncius interviews experts including BookBrowse's Davina Morgan-Witts for advice on How to host a better book club.

"Davina Morgan-Witts says adaptability is key for a long-lasting book club. She's the founder of BookBrowse (bookbrowse.com), a website that recommends books and is a source for all things book clubs. The site suggests an annual check-in with members, an open discussion to see whether everyone is still on the same page about the length of the discussions, book choices, new members and refreshments... On her site's Book Club Health Check, you'll find sample questions. 'It's really good to figure out what is working and what is not,' Morgan-Witts says..."

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