Book Club

A book club for women where we read books written by women.

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About Us

SheReaders book club


Read More Women

We believe that reading more books written by women is essential for attaining gender equality. Women authors are underrepresented in literature and historically it has been harder for women to become successful writers. Statistics show that women are reading more books than men, yet most of the books read are written by men. If we are to break down the bias, it has to start with changing our reading habits on an individual level.

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What SheReaders Say

An amazing group with a fantastic host who keeps meetings upbeat. Discussions are thoughtful and fun. I enjoy it every time!

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Leigh was gracious and moderated the discussion with humor, grace, and skill. She leads fabulous events.

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I felt totally positive and welcoming enery here. Magical time together!

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When does SheReaders meet?

We typically have our monthly book discussions on the third Thursday of the month at 7pm EST. The discussions last for one hour and end promptly at 8pm. Time and dates for social events will vary based on the host’s availability.

Does it cost money to join?

No. It is free to become a SheReader and participate in events. Periodically throughout the year you will be asked if you want to make a financial contribution to the group but those donations are completely voluntary and up to your discretion. If you would like to contrbute, you can do so here.

Are you always going to meet online?

Yes. In order to include all of our members, in many parts of the world, our book discussions will forever be virtual and hosted on Zoom. Some socials will be in person and members are encouraged to arrange get togethers with other local members if they want to.

Do I need to have read the book to attend a meeting?

Upcoming Book

Gifty is a fifth-year candidate in neuroscience at Stanford School of Medicine studying reward-seeking behavior in mice and the neural circuits of depression and addiction. Her brother, Nana, was a gifted high school athlete who died of a heroin overdose after a knee injury left him hooked on OxyContin. Her suicidal mother is living in her bed. Gifty is determined to discover the scientific basis for the suffering she sees all around her.

But even as she turns to the hard sciences to unlock the mystery of her family’s loss, she finds herself hungering for her childhood faith and grappling with the evangelical church in which she was raised, whose promise of salvation remains as tantalizing as it is elusive.