Posted by: Corri van de Stege | February 16, 2010

Book Club Recommendations

Peter asked me to place the following, and I’m very happy to oblige.  It should provide some of you with a nice challenge:

Open Call for Lists of Book Club Recommendations!

Hello from Flashlight Worthy Book Recommendations (where you can find books so good, they’ll keep you up past your bedtime).

 It seems the book club community has recently discovered my lists of book club books. People say they love the lists and they’re clamoring for more. That’s where you come in. While I’ve read plenty of books, I’m looking to avid readers such as you to contribute new lists — themed, annotated lists of highly discussable books. 

 Can you name and describe 5+ flashlight worthy, discussable books that follow a theme? Maybe ‘ 7  Great Books that Revolve Around Food’?  Or  ‘6 Women’s Memoirs That Will Start an Argument’.   How About ‘5 Discussable Novels Set in Africa’?

 Take a look at the book club books I have and give it some thought. If you’re interested, email me at Thanks so much and happy reading!


(The guy who runs Flashlight Worthy)

Flashlight Worthy Book Recommendations

Recommending books so good, they’ll keep you up past your bedtime)

Have fun!  I’ll soon be doing some more reviewing – time  (and energey) are just a bit short at the moment.  But I am reading.



  1. I wanted to suggest a book for your clubs. It is entitled: Why Do Women…? The Unwritten Answers – From A Male Perspective Vol. 1.

    The book takes a humorous look at the things men believe and say when they talk about women. It is guaranteed to make you laugh!!!

    The author is B. Eliot. The website is

    You can order the book direct from the site using links for Barnes & Noble, Books A Million, or
    Order direct and get an autographed copy and bookmark.

    Talk about a discussion starter!!!

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