Book club questions for A Star is Bored by Byron Lane takes a closer look at this story about an unlikely friendship. For more context about the story, check out my review first.
I really do love the holiday season. I definitely inherited this love from my mom—she always went all out for Christmas when I was a kid and it was a blast. She also helped instill my love for reading, too.
Amy Poeppel is the author of the novels Limelight and Small Admissions. Originally from Dallas, Texas, she lives with her husband and three sons in New York City. She workshopped a theatrical version of Small Admissions at the Actors Studio Playwrights/Directors Unit. She blogged weekly in 2017 for The Debutante Ball. Her writing has appeared …
Limelight by Amy Poeppel is a look at the allure of both New York City and Broadway. The following book club questions will have spoilers so if you haven’t read the novel yet, check out my preview and review first.
Limelight by Amy Poeppel is everything I hoped it would be and more. Full of humor with plenty of heart, it’s such an enjoyable book. This is Poeppel’s second book and I really like her writing style. There’s such an ease to it and the witty dialogue is fresh and realistic.
Limelight by Amy Poeppel is her second novel. Her first book, Small Admissions, is an enjoyable coming of age tale with a different take on the New York private school scene. I’m excited to see what’s in store with Limelight, especially as this one has received a lot of buzz.