Want to develop a literary state of mind? My guess is you said yes, or at least showed interest, just the way you did in your New Year’s resolutions! As embarrassing as it is to admit, me too. Well, guess what, there is a great way to keep up the strong January morale, develop motivation and achieve your book-reading goals.
Eldoret’s Kikao64 not only creates a collaborative and engaging work environment for people but also runs deeper to providing a platform for boosting its user’s growth through various services, activities, and events. One such activity is a book club; a community of people who love & enjoy reading.
Book clubs are one of the best ways to wrapped up in a book and also to foster commitment while at the same time building a community which makes them the best place to encourage/ grow your hobby. Kikao64 hosts book club sessions for book lovers where they unravel themes and scenes from their reads and have fun while at it.
It offers the flexibility of reading one book per month, where the members themselves get to vote from a choice of books bearing a particular theme chosen for that month.
Every last Thursday of the month, the book club welcomes all members and prospective members alike to the personal and intimate gatherings held at the state-of-the-art Kikao64, and from 5 pm to 7 pm the discussions ensue, guided by a moderator for the month.
In addition, the reading spans beyond just a particular genre, to include fiction, autobiographies, biographies, Kenyan authors, memoirs, histories…you name it!
With a monthly membership fee of only Kshs. 200, one gets access to the book club’s book discussion for that particular month.
While, an annual membership of Kshs. 3,000 guarantees one access to all of the book club’s discussions as well as the privilege to borrow from its library.
They say, the books you love, someone else loved first. Without a doubt, the lists of insights on authors, books, and different works of literature you and I could get from such a community of bibliophiles are incredibly diverse.
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