Introducing a New Literary Experience!
For book lovers who can’t commit to a book club or are just looking for something more.
Alice Moody and Ann Walters, co-founders of Between the Covers Book Discussions, in partnership with The Book Stall of Winnetka, are excited to offer a first-of-its-kind literary subscription series.
Every other month, beginning September 2021, subscription holders will receive a hand-selected title in the mail and a link to a 60-minute “live” edition of “Talking Books with Alice & Ann” – to be held the first Monday (at 7pm CST) the following month. During the virtual, Siskel & Ebert-style conversation, Alice and Ann will discuss, dissect, and debate the work. Participants can submit questions and make comments via chat.
Does the subscription fee cover more than one person?
Yes! The fee covers an entire household.
What if I’ve already read the book?
No worries. Sometimes on second reading, you discover new things. Also, books make the best gifts! While we try to choose titles that have flown under the radar, feel free to pass along the selection and still join us for the Zoom discussion.
Can I purchase the subscription as a gift?
Absolutely. Talking Books with Alice & Ann makes an excellent birthday or holiday present!
What if I’m not available to watch the discussion?
All discussions will be recorded.
To subscribe or learn more, contact:
email@example.com or call Alice at 847.843.6321.
6 month subscription: $125 (3 books + 3 talks)
12 month subscription: $200 (6 books + 6 talks)
3 thoughts on “Talking Books with Alice & Ann”
I sent in an order for a friend but received no confirmation. Please check on an order for Rita Rochte in Milwaukee from me anklet me know.
Joanne Steinback firstname.lastname@example.org 847-921-7304
Thanks for getting in touch! You are confirmed. We’re thrilled you’ve subscribed. And how nice to give a gift subscription. We will be sending you an email confirmation with payment information.
Ann and Alice
Count me in — I look forward to it! I just finished reading, “The Damage,” and I am missing the opportunity to talk about books that I read.