Swagbucks Book Club Loves National Book Lover’s Day

Today, August 9th, is National Book Lover’s Day – the perfect opportunity to curl up with a good book. Also, the perfect time to invite everyone to the Swagbucks Book Club.

The Swagbucks Book Club is an online book club that takes suggestions from users and discusses various things reading-related. There is no special sign-up required to join the Swagbucks Book Club, we meet every Friday here in the blog at 10am Pacific Time (1pm Easter Time).  Each week has a different topic culminating in the discussion on the last Friday of the month of that month’s reading selection.  The books are voted on by you the users and have included historical fiction, mystery, popular fiction, autobiography, classical literature and “chick lit”. For the month of August we are focusing on Short Stories highlighting The Lottery by Shirley Jackson.  We also feature book reviews written and submitted by Swaggernauts like you.  Write up a 3-5 paragraph review of any book you want to share with the rest of the Swagbucks Book Club and send it to bookclub@swagbucks.com.  If your review is chosen and featured you will be awarded 250 Swag Bucks!

Don’t worry if you cannot make it to the Swagbucks Book Club exactly at 10am Friday, the conversation continues throughout the weekend and on the following Monday 10 random participants will find an extra 25 Swag Bucks in their accounts.

Each month you the users help pick the selection for that month and then we gather the last Friday of the month to discuss.  Some of our recent selections include:


So if you enjoy reading, learning about new books, meeting other Swaggernauts like you and sharing your thoughts on a topic, I hope you will join me Friday at 10am PT for the Swagbucks Book Club. Come by this Friday when we are going to debate the pros and cons of the latest publishing phenomenon. The discussion is live now!  Click here to join.

Until then, answer this question in the comments and you might get hooked up with 25 Swag Bucks.

What was the last book you read?