Our Virtual Book Club

Elizabeth (from That Married Couple) and I have recently completed a virtual book club, reading The Authentic Catholic Woman. Look for a guest post on the book from her sometime soon!.

We had two chats about the book; it was so exciting to actually talk with someone I feel that I know so much about. In fact, Elizabeth and I discussed the possibility of having another virtual book club, and opening it up to any of you other wonderful ladies who might be interested in participating in a book club.

So, I’ll post the books we’re thinking of reading, and if you’re interested in being part of the “club” post a comment saying so, and tell me which book you’d most like to read.

1. Feminism Is Not the Story of My Life by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese.

2. Mommy Wars edited by Leslie Morgan Steiner.

3. The Case for Marriage: Why Married People Are Happier, Healthier, and Better Off Financially by Linda Waite and Maggie Gallagher.

If you’ve ever thought, “Gosh, it sure would be fun to participate in a marriage/family/authentic feminism book club with blog friends you’ve never met, consider yourself invited! 🙂

Let me know if you’re in, and we can start to figure out when to start another virtual book club!


8 thoughts on “Our Virtual Book Club

  1. Book club groupie!

    I vote for number 1…because femenism is not the story of my life…although I am a career woman who is neither married or domestic!

  2. I would like to join in as well. I asked Josh what he thought and his response was “what book is it? You should do it as long as it isn’t that one by Alice von Hildebrand!”

    I prefer the first two books.

  3. Hi,

    I’m a little late to jump on this bandwagon, but I would LOVE to join your book club. I grew up Catholic but had never been confirmed; became renewed in my faith in April; and since September, have been in RCIA. I love it, but I haven’t yet found any young (I’m 24), super excited Catholics in my community (I live in the Washington, DC metro area). Searching for like-minded blogs online, I found yours. I’m an avid reader and look forward to participating, if that’s an option!


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