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Reader’s Break brings together Delhi’s book-lovers for participative discussions that will reignite your love for reading.

All For Love

More of an informal group-reading platform, Reader’s Break meets in real life every fortnight to discuss a diverse and eclectic variety of books. From Marquez to Camus to Kundera, this is neither a typical study group nor, er, a speed-dating group, as the name would suggest. Formerly known as Tinder Reading, the disclaimer on its Facebook group proclaims, “Tinder Readings is neither affiliated with Tinder nor with any Tinder-like activities.”

Hook-Ups To Hone

Image courtesy: Tinder Readings

Photo courtesy: Tinder Readings

Samuel Buchoul, the French expat who started this group in 2015, describes it as a series of individuals with occasional common interests. The conversations usually meander, and questions pertaining to language, literature, translation, writing, reading, and philosophy are touched upon.

Coming?

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Photo source: Reader’s Break

Those tired of reading alone can look forward to passionate exchanges on topics across cultural contexts, and discover unexpected and unique observations from fellow readers.

Go for the democratic nature of this group: Reader’s Break lets you suggest a book, a chapter or a short excerpt that you would like to discuss. All the suggestions are put to vote, and finally the time and place of this group reading and discussion are decided.

#LBBTip: Typically, the group can be found on Sunday afternoons occupying one of the outdoor tables around the big tree at Coffee Home in CP.

Where: Coffee Home, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Connaught Place

Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk/Shivaji Stadium

Timings: 2.30pm – 5pm

Contact: +91 9560442012 {Samuel}

Follow their Facebook page here.

Featured photo courtesy: Reader’s Break

Coffee Home
Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Connaught Place, New Delhi
+911123363813
Starting at 350 for 2

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Coffee Home
New Delhi

Ten-Second Takeaway

Reader’s Break brings together Delhi’s book-lovers for participative discussions that will reignite your love for reading.

All For Love

More of an informal group-reading platform, Reader’s Break meets in real life every fortnight to discuss a diverse and eclectic variety of books. From Marquez to Camus to Kundera, this is neither a typical study group nor, er, a speed-dating group, as the name would suggest. Formerly known as Tinder Reading, the disclaimer on its Facebook group proclaims, “Tinder Readings is neither affiliated with Tinder nor with any Tinder-like activities.”

Hook-Ups To Hone

Image courtesy: Tinder Readings

Photo courtesy: Tinder Readings

Samuel Buchoul, the French expat who started this group in 2015, describes it as a series of individuals with occasional common interests. The conversations usually meander, and questions pertaining to language, literature, translation, writing, reading, and philosophy are touched upon.

Coming?

220816_Reader'sBreakInside3

Photo source: Reader’s Break

Those tired of reading alone can look forward to passionate exchanges on topics across cultural contexts, and discover unexpected and unique observations from fellow readers.

Go for the democratic nature of this group: Reader’s Break lets you suggest a book, a chapter or a short excerpt that you would like to discuss. All the suggestions are put to vote, and finally the time and place of this group reading and discussion are decided.

#LBBTip: Typically, the group can be found on Sunday afternoons occupying one of the outdoor tables around the big tree at Coffee Home in CP.

Where: Coffee Home, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Connaught Place

Nearest Metro Station: Rajiv Chowk/Shivaji Stadium

Timings: 2.30pm – 5pm

Contact: +91 9560442012 {Samuel}

Follow their Facebook page here.

Featured photo courtesy: Reader’s Break

Follows astronauts on twitter and DIY-ers on instagram. Gifts books to unsuspecting three-year-olds, having read them first. Has a photography blog with insufficient visitors and a blog blog with too many followers. Runs long distances and walks the short ones. Eats books alive.

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