Have you ever started reading a good book and you just needed to discuss it? Finding a local book club is the best way to discuss your next great read. Sounds like a good plan right? We knew you’d love it – so we’ve gathered a list of book clubs in Augusta for you to check out.

Joining a book club or even starting your own can hold a lot of benefits.

  • Read a range of books outside of your comfort zone
  • Get to meet new people
  • Reading keeps you learning
  • Deadline holds you accountable for regular reading
  • Encouraged to share your opinion

Check out the local book clubs below.

  • The Book Tavern Book Club

    Every last Thursday of the month, you can gather at the Book Tavern or virtually to discuss a novel. To find out more, click here.

  • Page Turners Book Club

    Barnes and Nobles located in the Augusta Mall, has a monthly book club meet up. It falls on every first Wednesday at 6pm in the café. For more information, click here.

  • Bean There, Read That

    Each month, you can meet up at the Harlem Java House to discuss some new reads. For more information, click here.


    Auben Reality hosts a bi-monthly meeting to discuss selected passages and expand your mind and the minds of others. To learn more, click here

  • Cookbook Bites

    Do you have a love for cooking and books? While this may not be your typical book club, join the Appleby Branch Library as everyone shares there favorite recipes from cookbooks. To learn more, click here.

  • The Novel Newts

    This Facebook group is a local book club in the CSRA. Each month a poll is used to pick the genre and book.

    They start on the first of each month and stay on that book for 3 weeks. There is monthly meetings/chats held the last week of the month.

    They will announce each new book at the monthly meeting, giving a week to purchase the new book.

    To join and learn more about the Facebook group, click here.

  • Augusta Book Swap

    Coming June 3, 2023 will be the first Augusta Book Swap hosted by the Columbia County Advocates for Public Education. You can bring books to gift to someone or you don’t have to bring any books, but you can still find one that intrigues you. For more, information, click here

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