Announcing the 2021 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 like sands through the hourglass, yet another year has passed!

This year we’ve got…

burning bed 2

The Burning Bed By Faith McNulty

endless love

Endless Love By Scott Spencer 

beyond the forest

Beyond The Forest By Stuart Engstrand 

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She Let Him Continue By Stephen Geller 

And we’ll have movies! We’ll have Farrah, and Bette and Brooke and Anthony Perkins and Tuesday Weld! 

The Imaginary Summer Book Club FAQ can be found here. 

Important Update: The Name That Book! requests keep coming, and I have finally cleaned up the comments queue and e-mail inbox, so take a look and see if any of the TWENTY COUNT ‘EM TWENTY new requests sound familiar to you!

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6 Responses to Announcing the 2021 Edition of Molly’s Imaginary Summer Book Club

  1. Susan says:

    I remember “The Burning Bed” movie with Farrah Fawcett — it was a big deal and heavily advertised. I didn’t remember until now that it was a true story although I’m sure I knew that at the time.

    • mondomolly says:

      I’m looking forward to watching the movie, which I’ve never seen, it has the reputation for showing that Fawcett had the stuff to be a Serious Actress!

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