From the Forum – Twentythirtysomething Book Club May Selection

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Twentythirtysomething Book Club May Selection

“Are you a local reader at least 21 years old? Looking for a more casual book club experience? Then join us for Twentythirtysomething Book Club (T.T.B.C.), a DC Public Library book group for younger adults.

In our May selection, the 2014 nonfiction title “Nothing is True and Everything is
Possible,” journalist and television producer Peter Pomerantsev describes the stranger than fiction scenarios and individuals he encountered when work brought him to Russia at the start of the 21st century.

We will be meeting on May 28 at 7:30 p.m. at breadsoda (2233 Wisconsin Ave. NW) in Glover Park. Questions? E-mail [email protected] and [email protected]

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  • I was at the Shaw library this morning and noticed they had a posting for a foodie book group which I thought was really interesting. If you are a book lover and interested in meeting new people, be sure to check out the various themed book groups associated with the libraries. Not sure if there is a central listing with all of them but wanted to pass this one on.

  • Great idea; terrible location!

  • There is a tab on the Library’s website that features the many book clubs! –

  • I guess since I’m 47, my participation isn’t needed. I really hate age-specific meet-ups for stuff that isn’t inherently age specific.

    • I hear you. It sounds frustrating. But maybe we sometimes say and think a bunch of silly things that would annoy you. Maybe many of us in attendance are using this with the ulterior motive of finding potential mates and are looking for eligible partners in a similar stage of life. Maybe there is nothing holding you back and no one would be offended if you started or called for one for 40and50somethings (I hear they’re the new 20s and 30s anyway). It may seem silly or frivolous, but perhaps there is reason, and maybe you could turn it into action! I’m sure you’re not the only one who thinks this!

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