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TNB Book Club FAQ

 

What is it?

It’s a book club. Each month, we’ll be featuring a new title, hand-picked by TNB’s editors.

 

How does it work?

At the beginning of each month, a book will be mailed directly to your door. Depending on the publisher and its plans for the specific title, the book will either be a hardcover or a paperback. It should be noted that members may receive advanced review copies, particularly for titles distributed prior to publication.

The TNB Book Club is going to be diverse in its offerings. From month to month, we’ll be featuring both fiction and nonfiction — novels, story collections, memoirs, anthologies, translations, histories, biographies, true crime, you name it.

We will sometimes be featuring new titles, pre-publication, and will also be featuring already-published titles that did not receive the attention in the marketplace that we feel they deserved — overlooked gems by underrated authors.

It’s going to be a mixture.

The common denominator, of course, is that we’re always going to be working hard to offer you great books on a monthly basis.

Who do I contact if I have problems or questions?

Please e-mail us at postmaster [AT] thenervousbreakdown [DOT] com. We’re happy to help.

 

What is Other People?

Other People with Brad Listi is a twice-weekly podcast hosted by TNB founding editor Brad Listi featuring “in-depth, inappropriate interviews with today’s leading authors.”  Authors featured in the TNB Book Club will appear on the show and will be interviewed.  You can subscribe to the podcast, free of charge, at iTunes or Stitcher, or else you can listen at the show’s official website.

 

Are there refunds?

You cannot get a refund for a book you’ve already received or a payment that has already been processed. But you may cancel your subscription at any time. Just click “Unsubscribe” at the bottom of this page. Or unsubscribe at Paypal.

 

How much does it cost?

If you live in the United States and you sign up right now, the price is an incredible $9.99 per month for the first full year. If you live abroad, the cost is $19.99 per month for the first full year. It’s a limited time offer, so please don’t delay!

For that price, you’ll get a brand new book each month. Plus, you get exclusive access to TNB’s monthly online book club meetings, where you’ll be able to participate in a moderated conversations with the author. Truly an amazing deal.

 

How do I pay?

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