Women's Book Discussion

    Women's Book Discussion

    We meet at 9:00am on the First Saturday of the month in the Church Library

    Our next book discussion, Memories in the Drift by Melissa Payne, will be held on Saturday, August 6th. 

    As always, all women are invited and reading the book is optional yet strongly encouraged. We meet at 9:00 am in the library with coffee, treats and social time and get down to business at 9:30 am. Always a lively discussion! 

    This is one of the best books I read during COVID! Hope you enjoy it! Here is a brief summary:

     “My name is Claire. I’m thirty-six years old. It’s September. I know what I’m doing and why I am here…for now."

    Ten years ago, Claire Hines lost her unborn child—and her short term memory—following a heartrending tragedy. With notebooks, calendars, to-do lists, fractured pieces of the past, and her father’s support, Claire makes it through each day, hour by hour, with relative confidence. She also has a close-knit community of friends in the remote Alaskan town where she teaches guitar to the local children. It’s there, in the reminders. 

    As determined as Claire is to regain all that’s disappeared, she’d prefer to live without some memories of her before life—especially those of her mother, Alice, who abandoned her, and Tate, the ex-boyfriend who broke her heart. 

    But when Alice and Tate return from the past, there’ll be so much more for Claire to relive and to discover for the very first time. Through healing, forgiveness, and second chances, Claire may realize that what’s most important might not be re-creating the person she was, but embracing the possibilities of being the person she is.” 

    Contact Kathy Barrett for more information.