The Babble Book Club will be hosting Vancouver-based author Kevin Chong for a discussion of his novel -- and current Babble Book Club selection -- Beauty Plus Pity Sunday June 24 3 p.m. EST/ 12 p.m. PST. Kevin will join the conversation for one hour on our previously established babble thread to answer all your questions and receive your comments.
As always in the Babble Book Club, we encourage readers to participate and discuss their thoughts and opinions about the novel while reading -- inciting debate and thought amongst other readers. We encourage readers to continue the discussion up until the final conversation and beyond, offering any comments and questions as they see fit with respect to everyone on the forum.
So grab a copy of Beauty Plus Pity from your local, CanLit loving bookstore, closest library or the friendly staff at Arsenal Pulp Press (they'll get it in the mail immediately!) and start reading with us. Some have already finished the book, others have yet to begin, most are a few pages deep and excited to keep going, but all of us invite you to read along and join the Babble Book Club!
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