The Sunday Night Book Club

The Sunday Night Book Club In Collaboration With Woman And Home And Breast Cancer Care, Twenty Four Of Our Favourite Women S Fiction Authors From Wendy Holden, Cathy Kelly And Penny Vincenzi To Joanne Harris, Andrea Levy And Alexander McCall Smith, To Name Just A Few Have Generously Donated Their Fiction For An Unmissable Collection Of Stories They Tell Of Friendship And Love, Passion And Betrayal And The Brilliant Writing, Warmth And Humour Of Each Of The Contributions Will Make The Sunday Night Book Club An Utterly Irresistible Read Scheduled To Coincide With Breast Cancer Awareness Month In October,Per Copy Will Go To The Charity

Wendy Holden grew up in Yorkshire, and studied English at Girton College, Cambridge She worked in magazines for many years before joining Tatler s in 1997 as deputy editor, and later moved to the Mail on Sunday s You magazine, which she left in 2000 to concentrate on writing She regularly writes features for newspapers and magazines on a range of social, topical and lifestyle subjects and is

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  • Paperback
  • 383 pages
  • The Sunday Night Book Club
  • Wendy Holden
  • English
  • 24 July 2017
  • 9780099502241

10 thoughts on “The Sunday Night Book Club

  1. says:

    The Sunday Night Book Club is a compilation of twenty five short stories by twenty four well known authors The likes of Cathy Kelly, Alexander McCall Smith, Penny Vincenzi, Joanne Harris, Maggie O Farrell, Katie Fforde, Nicci Gerrard and Tracey Chevalier all make a contribution Both the quality and subject matter of the stories is variable and this is an excellent way for readers to get a taste of an author s work without committing to a whole novel Romantic cruises, learning to read, reminiscences of a stage career, getting used to widowhood, learning tact, decluttering, accidental reunions, adulterers comeuppance, a magic family holiday, misreading situations, a mysterious woman, reconciliations between mothers and daughters, sisters, the shape of ladies, the problem of men, kisses from old beaus, Christmas newsletters and vengeful sisters all feature Some of the stories are excellent and this is well worth a read.

  2. says:

    I really love the cover, it s so Me and the fact that this book is written to support Breast Care really touch me heart Okay, the book consists of several stories by several writers.Out of The Apple Tree by Veronica Bright reminds me of the way Maeve Binchy wrote her books, full of compassionate, wisdom and love From the story Veronica taught us, the readers, not to judge a person by his her appearance by creating Mr.Lancaster who was seemed so scary to everybody but a little girl named Jessica can be his best friend.The Gift of Giving writeen by Tracy Chevalier made me smile but at the same time feel like Tracy is mocking us as the readers, see, just because you like the things, you cannot expect others to like it as well

  3. says:

    As with most short story compilations, some were good and some were bad This one was better than most, since I didn t actually skip any of the stories I even finished both Why did he get TWO Alexander McCall Smith stories, and I don t even like his writing.I was disappointed only in the fact that I thought the stories were going to be about reading and or books, based on the title One story was about reading, and it actually was my favorite one Most seemed to be about forty something women having epiphanies or mid life crises Even though I m in my forties barely , I can t really relate.

  4. says:

    quotes 683044 The Sunday Night Book ClubShe wanted to go home with at least a faint tan or Sadie would accuse her of spending a week in the shade with her book like an ancient spinster p166 comment from cruise Tell you what, says John seeing the horror written all over my face, I ll read one page, you read the next Isn t that cheating What do you mean, cheating This is the book Mum said if I read it all, she d take me to the cinema p26 what I do with my girls when reading in this case John is teaching someone to read

  5. says:

    A collection of short stories by over twenty different women s writers in aid of breast cancer care A noble cause, but unfortunately this book left me wishing I had just donated the money instead Most of the stories were based on similar topics, e.g women having mid life crises, and I found them to be boring, pointless and instantly forgettable.

  6. says:

    I am normally not that keen on short stories and find that I skip stories I can t get into, however with this book I did not skip any I found that the stories where easy reading, it also gave me a taste of different authors and there will definitly be a few authors I would like to try out in the future.

  7. says:

    I enjoyed some of the stories and disliked others Not the best collection of short stories.

  8. says:

    finished this book weeks ago it s full of short storys so if you have lost your reading mojo then try this as it s easy to get into will get you back into your normal reading patton in no time

  9. says:

    Very easy beach plane gym read

  10. says:

    Nice collection of short stories written by twenty four different women s writers in aid of breast cancer care

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