Questions to ask about a book
Questions I Want to Ask You by Michelle FalkoffPatrick “Pack” Walsh may not know exactly where he’s going in life, but he’s happy where he is. He’s got a girlfriend who gets him. His single dad is his best friend. After graduation, he has a desk job lined up at the local crossfit gym, maybe he’ll even work his way up to trainer. He can’t see himself ever leaving the small town of Brooksby, MA. And he’s fine with that.
Then, on his eighteenth birthday, a letter from Pack’s mother changes everything.
Pack hits the road, searching for a mother he’s never known and a family he had no idea existed until now. His journey unearths questions about both of his parents that he never saw coming. And by the end of the summer, Pack has a whole different understanding of his past—and most importantly, where he wants his future to lead.
40 Great Book Club Discussion Questions For Any Book
Remember me! Forgot your password? Not a member yet? We try to provide as many as we can an in a timely manner on our " Discussion Questions " page, but most of the time discussion questions aren't even available for books until it comes out in paperback. So what are we to do? Well, BB to the rescue!
Authors are tired of getting the same questions at every interview. And if you look for other lists of interview questions for authors, they are remarkable uninspired. Everyone basically lists the same 20 questions that writers always receive. Now, of course the best question for a writer is one based on their book. Every author is excited to talk about their most recent book, or the big one they published a few years back. I guarantee that these questions will surprise them for a second, and make them think about their answer. Improve your book with feedback from a professional editor.
2. "Do you think the story was plot-based or character driven?"
A starting point for discussion in reading groups or for students doing reading assignments fiction. Like Liked by 1 person. I love these questions, I have to ask questions about the Secret Garden for school and needed ideas. Like Like. You are commenting using your WordPress.
Most of these are non-specific, designed to work for any book, although, of course, some will work better than others for particular books. Just pick and choose the discussion questions that work best for you and your book group, and get the conversation going! Bring the printable questions along for help. If too short, what would you add? What other title might you choose? How well does it convey what the book is about?