Niche book clubs offer a unique opportunity to explore special topics with a small group of readers who share your interests. In our ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) book club, you’ll discuss everything from cutting-edge research to personal stories, coping strategies, and related fiction.
Unlike broader book clubs with more general themes (which we also love), niche book clubs hone in on specific subjects. Ours are tailored to your interests and include a variety of authors with different perspectives.
We limit the size of our niche book clubs to 12 people or less. This makes it easier for people to engage, share their thoughts, and get to know each other on a deeper level.
You decide when and how you want to meet with your group—whether you’re close enough for a safe, in-person gathering or prefer video platforms. The most important thing is that you connect on a regular basis.
We’ll provide you with engaging, relevant books, plus related articles, video and audio content, social media accounts, and more*. You’ll never run out of things to talk about!
Our club purpose is to cultivate a deeper understanding of ADHD in children, friends, family, and ourselves. We welcome anyone interested in ADHD and mental health, and we hope to foster lasting connections through meaningful conversations.
We’re committed to creating a safe, welcoming environment for all readers. Healthy debate is encouraged—bullying is not.
The beauty of open discussions is that everyone offers a different perspective. Maintain an open mind, and you’ll learn more.
Some topics are more personal or sensitive than others. In order to keep our niche book clubs safe, we require all members to respect each other's privacy.
You don’t have to read every book. The subject matter is rich, so there’s always enough to discuss.
Try not to miss more than two meetings. Our niche book clubs are small, so attendance is key!
Make sure everyone has a chance to share. Listen for a while before double dipping.
Order your copy of the book, then read as much as you can. Sometimes it's helpful to mark spots where you have questions or comments.
Dig into our curated library of related content. Watch videos, listen to podcasts, and think about how they relate to your book and topic.
Arrange a time to meet up with your fellow readers and talk about your latest book. Snacks and drinks optional, but recommended.