#TAYMBC

Want to peek at what our amazing book club, This Ain’t Your Mother’s Book Club, is currently reading or has read in the past? Our tastes vary broadly, we may not always agree with some books we really love (Light Lifting!) and some books we really hate (The Slap!), but it’s a fantastic group with lots of wine, laughter and chatter.

You can follow along with us on Facebook, or by searching the twitter hashtag #taymbc.

2014
December: Adult Onset – Ann-Marie MacDonald (Elle)
November: Ellen in Pieces – Caroline Adderson (Jana)
October: The Paris Stories – Mavis Gallant (Rebecca)
September: VACATION
August: VACATION
July: I Feel Bad About My Neck – Nora Ephron (Sandra)
June: State of Wonder – Ann Patchett (Julie)
May: The Goldfinch – Donna Tartt (Emma)
April: The Snow Child – Eowyn Ivey (Alyssa)
March: VACATION
February: Cataract City – Craig Davidson (Lisa)
January: Eleanor & Park – Rainbow Rowell (Karen)

2013
December: The Orenda – Joseph Boyden (Elle
November: The Circle – Dave Eggers (Jana)
October: American Pastoral – Philip Roth (Rebecca)
September: VACATION
August: VACATION
July: The Orphan Master’s Son – Adam Johnson (Sandra)
June: Life After Life – Kate Atkinson (Julie)
May: The Ten-Year Nap – Meg Wolitzer (Emma)
April: Looking For Alaska – John Green (Alyssa)
March: VACATION
February: How To Be A Woman – Caitlin Moran (Lisa)
January: Tender is the Night – F. Scott Fitzgerald (Karen)

2012
December: NW – Zadie Smith (Julie)
November: Y – Marjorie Celona (Denis)
October: The Family Fang – Kevin Wilson (Alyssa)
September: The Marriage Plot – Jeffrey Eugenides (Emma)
August: VACATION
July: Above All Things – Tanis Rideout (Elle)
June: The Sense of an Ending – Julian Barnes (Sandra)
May: Olive Kitteridge  – Elizabeth Strout (Lisa)
April: Ablutions – Patrick DeWitt (Jana)
March: VACATION
February: Half-Blood Blues – Esi Edugyan (Alice)
January: The Sisters Brothers – Patrick DeWitt (Karen)

2011
December: Little Children – Tom Perrotta (Elle)
November: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind – William Kamkwamba (Denis)
October: The Haunting of Hill House – Shirley Jackson (Alyssa)
September: Copernicus Avenue – Andrew J Borkowski (Emma)
August: VACATION
July: The Love of a Good Woman – Alice Munro (Julie)
June: February – Lisa Moore (Lisa)
May: The Road – Cormac McCarthy (Sandra D)
April: Love is a Mix Tape – Rob Sheffield (Jana)
March: Zeitoun – Dave Eggers (Alice)
February: The Secret Daughter – Shilpi Somaya Gowda (Hayley)
January: The 19th Wife – David Ebershoff (Karen)

2010
December: Light Lifting – Alexander MacLeod (Julie)
November: Nemesis – Philip Roth (Denis)
October: We Need to Talk About Kevin – Lionel Shriver (Elle)
September: Last Night in Twisted River – John Irving (Emma)
August:  VACATION
July: The Song Is You – Arthur Phillips (Alyssa)
June: The Boy in the Moon – Ian Brown (Lisa)
May: The Bishop’s Man – Linden MacIntyre (Sandra D)
April: Juliet, Naked – Nick Hornby (Jana)
March: The Help – Kathryn Stockett (Alice)
February: Water for Elephants – Sara Gruen (Karen)
January: The Golden Mean – Annabel Lyon (Hayley)

2009
December: The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher – Kate Summerscale (Sandra H.)
November: The Slap – Christos Tsiolkas (Denis)
October: Revolutionary Road – Richard Yates (Alyssa)
September: Burnt Shadows – Kamila Shamsie (Julie)
August: Loving Frank – Nancy Horan (Chareen)
July: Six Months in Sudan – James Maskalyk (Elle)
June: Little Bee – Chris Cleave (Lisa)
May: Come, Thou Tortoise – Jessica Grant (Sandra D.)
April: JPod – Douglas Coupland (Jana)
March: The In-Between World of Vikram Lall – M. G. Vassanji (Alice)
February (inaugural meeting): The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society – Mary Ann Schaffer and Annie Barrows (Karen)

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