Bee’s Bookshelf

As Bee's Bookshare takes a break during Covid-19, we're bringing you Bee's Bookshelf - recommended reads from a socially acceptable distance. Visit the Bee's Bookshelf Youtube channel > I'll be sharing booky banter straight from my bookshelf - what I've read recently and firm faves, as well as reads previously shared at our meets -... Continue Reading →

Next Bookshare

In light of the current Covid-19 situation, all physical Bee's Bookshare meet ups are on hold until further notice. We have launched Bee's Bookshelf however... hear Bee's recommended reads at a socially acceptable distance at home. Follow here >

Podcast feature for Bee’s Bookshare

The Book Club Review podcast interviews book groups around the country to discuss the books they're reading, learn about the people that meet up regularly to share their love of reading and essentially create a darn good pleasure for your ears. Bee's Bookshare was lucky enough to feature in November, have a listen here. It... Continue Reading →

Bee's Bookshare meets every other month at Beet Bar, Margate (or we will be when Covid-19 is over!)

The book group with a difference

Forget reading a set text...      Bee’s Bookshare meets every other month at Beet Bar Margate to share the books we’ve loved, loathed, can’t put down and can’t get into. We each take away a new read and have a jolly good social time. Come join us.


Books shared in March 2020 The Winter Ghosts, Kate Mosse Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, Gail Honeyman The Debt to Pleasure, John Lanchester My Name is Lucy Barton, Elizabeth Strout What Happened Miss Simone? Alan Light Two Blankets, Three Sheets, Rodaan Al Galidi Our House, Louise Candlish The Salt Path, Raynor Winn How to Catch a... Continue Reading →

“No writer can ask more than this…

...that their book should be handed to people who might otherwise never get to read it, and who will in turn hand pass it on. That the book should pass from one generation to another as a story to excite each reader in his/her time. That is beyond our most ambitious dreams." John le Carré

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