Reading Group / Book Club Discussion Guides

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Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin Reading Group / Book Club Discussion Guide Genre: Fiction - LGBTQIA+ classic Contains: an icebreaker specific to this book, 9 discussion questions based out of this specific book arranged from least to most challenging, a wrap-up question specific to this book, 3 read-a-like book suggestions copyright 2022 Amanda McNeil of opinionsofawolf.com. An image of the golden gate bridge is to the right of the text. It is in ombre from yellow at the top to pink at the bottom.

Having a thoughtful and productive Reading Group or Book Club discussion requires planning and guidance. With my Discussion Guides, I give you the tools you need to lead your group.

Each Discussion Guide is a beautifully graphic designed 2 page PDF that contains:

  • An icebreaker specific to this book
  • 9 discussion questions based out of this specific book arranged from least to most challenging.
    Choose as many or as few as you wish to discuss.
  • A wrap-up question specific to this book
  • 3 read-a-like book suggestions

The copyright on the Discussion Guides allows for you to distribute these questions privately within your reading group or book club, please do not re-upload this in a publicly accessible space online or otherwise distribute it outside of your reading group or book club.

Discussion Guides are currently available for the introductory price of $4.99.

Click the title of the book to see the product information page. From there, you can purchase through PayPal.

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