Writer and small business owner Scott Tucker will host the first meeting of a new Fantasy Book Club. Fun Games Blog to feature the book club and Scott Tucker's game store in an upcoming sneak peek.
Jacksonville, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/16/2015 -- Fun Games Blog, the website for new information about game related things, will publish details about a new Fantasy Book Club hosted by Scott Tucker. The club will meet weekly for the next year to discuss fantasy and game related fiction books.
"We have a lot of gamers on our site who also read fantasy books for fun," says Fun Games Blog contributor George Hardy. "Actually I think it would be hard to find gamers who aren't heavy fantasy readers. Hopefully Tucker's new book club can provide a nice social platform for them outside of gaming meetups."
The club features a fiction book of the week and a fiction series of the month which will strictly be picked by Tucker from the fantasy genre or epic fantasy genre. The club is free to attend, meeting in the back of Tucker's gaming store in Jacksonville, FL which can accommodate up to 100 people.
"I think my store needed a book club a long time ago," says Tucker. "The kids and adults who come are definitely fantasy readers, they play fantasy board games and fantasy computer games. It will be a big hit, but just to be sure I'll keep Fun Games Blog updated on the meeting times and the book of the week selection."
Tucker will provide snacks and refreshments at each weekly meeting of the Fantasy Book Club. Members of the club can bring their own refreshments and books to share with the group, meetings will take place from 7-10pm on Fridays.
Fun Games Blog will post weekly updates after the first official Fantasy Book Club meeting later this October.
About Scott Tucker
Scott Tucker owns a board game store known as Roll of the Night in Jacksonville, FL. He has participated in several card game competitions over the past 20 years winning multiple championships.
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