Announcing the 2016 Edition of Molly’s Imaginary Summer Book Club

Full name: Molly’s Imaginary Summer Book Club Featuring Classics of Women’s Literature Defined As Books Authored By, About or Widely Read By Women in the 20th Century, because I should not watch 156 Twilight Zone episodes in a row this summer. 

This year’s titles are…

sybil

Sybil By Flora Rheta Scheiber Can we separate fact from fiction as “true” story of the woman with 16 multiple personalities unspools? What if I said one of those personalities was nun that could fly?

lacehardcover

Lace By Shirley Conran This has been requested a few times, and I am looking forward to it as trashy palate cleanser, of sorts.

loveboats

The Love Boats By Jeraldine Saunders I have recovered enough from the unpleasantness that was 2013’s swingin’ single gal “memoir” to pick another: this is about the woman who claims to have single-handedly saved the cruise industry, and was spun-off as TV’s “The Love Boat.” Of course, I just equate cruises with onion sandwiches, so I may be a tougher sell.

carrie

Carrie By Stephen King …and just in time for Halloween, with probably a more in-depth analysis into the various incarnations of every teenage girl’s favorite revenge fantasy than anybody was actually asking for.

The Imaginary Summer Book Club FAQ can be found here. 

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6 Responses to Announcing the 2016 Edition of Molly’s Imaginary Summer Book Club

  1. Rachael says:

    That lady has some pretty impressive Love Boats herself.

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