What type of community of book lovers suits you more? Do you prefer the feel of a literary salon, or maybe it’s rather an informal meeting when you can chat about books for hours on end?
BookSparks blog has released an infographic that compares the literary salons with book clubs.
Either way, can we all agree that the best part of any reading group is the books?
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