Read more, know more.

The 37days Book Club provides a focus.

This is a unique reading circle.

For people who like to read, and think, in community.

We gather, virtually, around the campfire and tell stories, talk about what we've read, and get insights from a diverse group (70 people and growing) who each come at the fiction and nonfiction we read from a different space, a different vantage point.

In 2013, the theme for the 37days Book Club will be "Women's Voices," so we will read the novels and short stories and memoirs and nonfiction by women from around the world. From Cambodia to Nigeria and beyond, we will hear the voices of women in 2013.

Here are a few of the books the 37days Book Club read, loved, and discussed in 2012:

  • Quiet, Susan Cain
  • Orientation and Other Stories, Daniel Orozco
  • The Lake, Banana Yoshimoto
  • The Elegance of the Hedgehog, Muriel Barbery
  • Wendyand the Lost Boys, Julie Salamon
  • State of Wonder, Ann Patchett
  • All the Dancing Birds, Auburn McCanta

As part of the 37days Book Club, you will have access to a private online community for conversation about what we're reading (on Facebook at the moment), online chats about the books, and a monthly call in which we can have more detailed conversation about the books (first Wednesday of each month from 7-8pm Eastern, hosted by author Patti Digh). Those calls will be recorded and provided in mp3 format if you can't join the conversation live.

$5 a month for a total of just $60 a year

Some of the books chosen for 2013

Feed your brain, your heart, & your soul in 2013.

What's next?

You will receive access to the full 2013 reading list, private Facebook page, and monthly calls when you sign up.

Who is Patti Digh?

Patti Digh is a best-selling author and speaker. She wrote "Life is a Verb: 37 Days to Wake Up, Be Mindful, and Live Intentionally," which was one of five finalists for the prestigious "Books for a Better Life" award. Her other books include: "Creative is a Verb: If You're Alive, You're Creative," "Four Word Self Help: Simple Wisdom for Complex Lives," and "What I Wish For You: Simple Wisdom for a Happy Life." Her next book, "The Geography of Loss: An Atlas for Embracing What Is, Being Grateful For What Was, and Loving What Will Be," will be published in 2013. She lives (intentionally) in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina, with her family. She loves to read.