FBC Announcements


Hello wonderful people! This is the first formal post for The Fanboy Book Club, a book club that I have made out of sheer boredom and love for books that feature male leads. If you don’t know what this uber-cool book club is,


Of course, a fangirl cannot do this alone. So I asked for help and the sweetest people offered me a hand in co-handling this club.  I am glad to announce that the ladies who will be running this club with me are:

(Click on their names to visit their lovely blogs.)





Stay tuned because we will be switching on hosting every month. So make sure to follow their blogs to see on who I shall pass the baton to next.

And for the book of the month of February, we decided that to start simple. Who else has pioneered strong male and female leads alike? Who pulled a lot of heartstrings and entered our hearts while we were kids? Whose book that features a male lead creates nostalgia and wonderful magical feelings? That’s right. It’s the one and only J.K. Rowling. And we are going to read the book that started it all.

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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling

Intrigued? If so, join the Fanboy Book Club now! Our activities for the month of February will also be posted soon.

Sign up here.

Hope you guys could join. Spread the love for books with male protagonists! Huzzah ❤


19 thoughts on “FBC Announcements

  1. Oooh yay! Perfect timing – I just grabbed the fancy illustrated Harry Potter and have been itching to read through it since it’s been ages since I dove into that book. Happy reading!

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  2. I just signed up… and recommend a lot of books: pretty much all of the books on my shelves with male protagonists I could think of. I forgot one though, so I’ll put it here- Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan.

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  3. I haven’t re-read the first Harry Potter in such a long time! I think I joined the club on Goodreads, but I’m not sure I’ll have the time to add yet another book in my TBR this month. So tempting, though–it really is the book that starts it all. 🙂

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