SheReaders Book Club

A book club for women reading books written by women

Online Discussions

Monthly Events

Global Group

Author Diversity

SheReaders Book Club social

Women Reading Women

Join our community of SheReaders! Among us you’ll find women from all over the globe who enjoy reading and discussing great books written by women authors. Many of us have been part of the group for years but we are friendly and always open to welcoming new members.

Our Next Meet-Up Is Apr 18th

Event is Free, But There’s Only Room for 100!

Upcoming Discussions

Meet authors, be a part of discussions and attend events.

Ann Napolitano
Ann Napolitano

Hello Beautiful

Sadeqa Johnson
Sadeqa Johnson

Yellow Wife

Christy Lefteri
Christy Lefteri

The Beekeeper of Aleppo

Five Star Rating

Based on over 300 reviews

Welcoming (25)

Engading (25)

Safe (11)

Punctual (11)

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As Described (15)

Inclusive (17)

An amazing group with a fantastic host who keeps meetings upbeat. Discussions are thoughtful and fun. I enjoy it every time!
As always, Leigh’s events do not disappoint! She has a way of raising everybody up and I love attending her discussions.
Engaging conversations. Thought-stimulating questions are posed and diverse perspectives encouraged.

FAQS

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?