Starting a book club can be fun and rewarding. Establish a meeting schedule for your book club and pass out flyers advertising those dates and times. A good place to start when choosing a book might be a book you have already read and really enjoyed. The best books can be read over and over again, so why not share them with the rest of your group? Many book clubs adapt themes in which they exclusively read books of a given genre or subject matter. Books that have been well received by other readers and critics will likely make good choices, so best seller lists and book reviews make excellent resources for book clubs in search of titles. The best places to turn for help with discussions are reading group guides. Many reading group guides are available online and can easily be found using the search bar. These typically provide a brief summary of the book along with several discussion questions written specifically for a given book. Most book clubs will probably benefit from choosing a mix of fiction and nonfiction titles for the club. Discuss with your club what types of books you'd like to read and make a decision that everyone can live with. And don't be afraid to throw a nonfiction book into the mix if you generally read fiction, or vice versa. Different types of books will inevitably spice up your club's conversation! No matter what books you choose to read, a book club is a wonderful way to engage in meaningful discussions with others.