Why is oprah not getting a book club?: A peek inside the world of Oprah’s book club
Oprah, whose books are a fixture on the Oprah Winfrey Network, has only had one book club in her lifetime: Oprah: The Oprah Story.
Oprah has also only hosted one book fair and one book awards show in her life.
Now, she’s making it official, launching a book group.
Oprah Book Club, which launches at the end of September, will allow Oprah and her team to gather with other book lovers from around the world and share their love of the author.
The club will be a gathering place for all the books that Oprah has published.
The books will be curated by Oprah, Oprah Winery, Oprah herself and other luminaries who have participated in the event.
The members of the book club will meet and discuss the book, the author and the book industry.
The goal is to make the book-club experience a little more like an event.
“We’re going to have a real event for the whole world to come together and talk about books,” Oprah said in an interview.
Oprah also revealed she has been working on a book of her own and she wants to make it available soon.
“My book, I’m putting it together and I have the title of the one I’m working on,” she said.
“It’s a book that I’m really excited about, and I think it’s going to be really, really interesting.”
Oprah will host the book fair for the first time on Sept. 14, which will be held at the Oprah Enterprises Book Store in New York.
The event will feature book signings, talks, book readings, panel discussions and a book-shop sale.
The book fair will feature Oprah, her staff and members of Oprah Wineries creative team, which includes producer Amy Poehler, executive producer Bill Cosby, producer-director Robert De Niro and producers Joe Carnahan and Richard Schiff.
Oprah has been promoting her book as a platform for other women to share their own personal stories and share insights into what it’s like to be a woman in the business world.
Oprah is also creating a book series called Women Who Work.
The series will be about the women and men who make up the book publishing industry, including author Aisha Tyler, publisher Elizabeth Holmes, editor Anna Pivotski and the writer Tanya Plibersek.
Oprah and the team are also working on an interactive app that will include a book discussion forum, book clubs, book events, and more.
The app will be launching later this month.
Oprah’s team is looking to add another book fair this year to her list of book events.
Oprah said she is still working on details for the book clubs.
“I’m looking forward to getting the books out there,” she told Oprah.
“These are really exciting things that I can do and be a part of.”