August Book Chat: Epistolary books

Envelope with red and blue border, Eiffel tower stamp, and Par Avion/Airmail stampAt our August book chat, we’ll be discussing epistolary books. Read “What’s an epistolary novel?” to learn more and get suggestions in advance of our book chat.

Some examples of recent epistolary novels include:

And of course, there’s the delightful The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows, as well as Barrows’ newest novel, The Truth According to Us, which is partly epistolary as well.

As always, all are welcome to attend our book chat, and all attendees are welcome to bring suggestions – this is a casual discussion. A book list will be provided, with space to make your own notes as the conversation flows.

Join us in the Robbins Library Conference Room at 7pm on Monday, August 24.

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