Live Online Chat with Sara Gruen, author of Water for Elephants

My book club read Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen in 2007 (in my -pre blogging days), and it was one of those books that I told everyone about- friends, neighbors, people in line at the grocery store.  I could not shut up about this book.  It was so visual for me- like a whole little world living in the pages- and I wanted everyone to know about it.  I still think about Jacob and Marlena and Rosie!  

Through my book club we’ve had the pleasure of talking with authors, and while each one is different, it is always an enlightening experience.  I’ve never failed to walk away from a chat without having a greater appreciation for the book we’ve read- even if it was a book I didn’t like.  And if it’s a book I loved, well, after a chat with the author, I love it that much more.

Gather.com is sponsoring a live online chat tomorrow with Sara Gruen about her book, Water for Elephants.  If you’ve never had the opportunity to chat with an author, this is your chance.  Here’s the 411:

Details for the Free Live Online Chat with Sara Gruen on Gather.com:

WHAT:     Live online chat with Sara Gruen, author of Water for Elephants
WHEN:     Wednesday, October 22, 8:00pm – 9:00pm ET
WHERE:    The Gather Books Essential 

WHY:        Gather, the social network with substance for the 30+ set, is hosting a live chat with the author of New York Times bestseller Water for Elephants. Sara Gruen will be answering questions submitted to the site and members are encouraged to ask Sara anything about her inspirational books or her career. Gather is the leading social network for adults, a site where members come to discuss what matters most to them; books, politics, parenting, news and other issues.

COST:     Free, thanks to Gather!

4 Responses

  1. I love listening to authors!

  2. I loved this book too! Unfortunately I’ll be sleeping during the chat time, but I hope it’s awesome.

  3. Water for Elephants was one of my favorite books … thanks for letting us know about this!

  4. well, I’m behind on my Reader reading, but I wouldn’t have been able to call in tonight anyway … I’ll check out Gather and see if it has been saved as a podcast.

    *Like Water for Elephants* stayed with me for quite a while after I read it; a beautiful love story.

    (and where does the 40+ set hang out😦 )

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