Faculty Women's Club

Book Club

Chairs for Book Club:  Phyllis Chapin (402-431-0882) and Cynthia Swanson (402-397-0541)

We meet at noon on the second Wednesday of the month for lunch and discussion. Join us to read along even if you are not able to come for the discussion (or come for the discussion even if you have not read the book).
Stay tuned for this year’s list.


The Goldfinch by Donna Tart

Listening is an Act of Love by Dave Isay

Still Life, Inspector Gamache by Louise Penny

Mary’s Story by Barb Swant, Ruth Anderson

Clara and Mr. Tiffany by Susan Vreeland

The Rape of Europa by Lynne Nicholas

Brain on Fire by Susannah Cahalan

Farthest House by Margaret Lukas

Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple

The Round House by Louise Erdrich


April Book Club


Pictured from left to right in the back (top) row are Mary Yonkers, Janelle Davis, Kay Bennett, Cynthia Swanson, Hostess, Lou Scott, Dixie Lemon, Joanie Zetterman, and Pam Hamel.
Pictured seated from left to right are Claudianna Todd, Virginia Grissom, Guest author, Margaret Lukas, and Marge Woodman

Author, Margaret Lukas (Margie), shared with us her experiences as a writer, mother, teacher, and wife; in other words she shared her life experiences and how they all fell into place as she wrote The Farthest House.  Because of Margie, our discussion was open, lively, and filled with questions, laughter and shared dismay.  When asked about how we could help her, she replied that writing reviews and sharing our read with others would be a wonderful help.  So anyone reading this, feel free to jump into reading The Farthest House by Margaret Lukas; intrigue, Nebraska, love, deception, fine characterizations, ghosts and psychic powers.



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