Trying to choose an appropriate book club to join, especially if you are doing it the first time, and especially if you are looking at bestseller and general interest book clubs, can be a somewhat confusing task. There seem to be several offerings advertising quite similar features and benefits, so the question inevitably pops up: which one is right for you? Which one should you choose? Does it matter at all? Hopefully, this article will go some way toward answering these questions for you.This comparison entails the three largest bestseller and general interest book clubs: Doubleday Book Club, The Literary Guild and Book-of-the-Month Club. They are all part of the same company named Bookspan, which owns and operates more than 40 book clubs in the US with over 8.5 million members; undoubtedly, the clubs compared in this article are making a weighty contribution towards that number. If you aren’t yet familiar with how each of these clubs work, we suggest you follow the links at the bottom of this article and take a look at their summary pages to get a basic understanding of the features and benefits they provide.SELECTIONThe clubs compared here are designated as bestseller book clubs, and… Read full this story
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