About Us

We are building literary community one book club at a time.  By matching readers to a book club that is right for you - by genre interests, reading styles, shared book club goals, and location - we hope that you will find a club that fits your reading life for years to come. If you don't find a great fit right away, please keep checking back as our community grows.  Or - start your own book club and start building your very own reading group. Already have a book club and need some new members to liven up discussions? Register your club today and set it to 'open' to start attracting new reader friends.  

Whether you are starting a brand new club or adding one that has been going strong for years, we ask that you connect to an independent bookstore either in your area or any favorite indie anywhere in the U.S. Connecting with an indie store ensures that readers will always have a wide array of authors to choose from. Indie stores give back to communities, champion free speech, offer gathering spaces for book clubs and readers, host authors, host literacy programs, and so much more.  As community champions, we here at Read Club Hub, support local and hope that you do too.  Whether you prefer to purchase your books online or in a brick and mortar; ebooks or audio - look to an indie bookseller to get nearly any title you need in any way you need it.  Most can even deliver to your doorstep just like those other guys.


So, how does it work, you may be wondering? Your friendly, independent book store creates a profile describing their business. They can set up book clubs that meet in their stores that will be facilitated by a member of their staff or the community. Readers can set up their own book clubs that might meet at the store, or at a nearby place, or clubs that meet solely online. No matter where the clubs meet, each club will be connected to a bookstore. When a reader is looking for a book to purchase, the search engine magically connects to the connected store’s e-commerce site, allowing the reader to easily support their favorite bookstore. If a bookstore doesn’t have an e-commerce site, the magic connects to Bookshop.org, which donates 75% of their profit margin to indie bookstores.

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