The Book Club Planner invites you to travel on the spine of a book, from your library to the world. You will discover twelve renowned writers of various nationalities, exploring a selection of works that seek to make visible and honor literature written by women. Rosario Pozo Gowland —creator of the online reading club @decimeunlibro— will guide us on this literary journey, adding a new book to your library every month. A complete journey, enjoying novels, essays, short stories and poetry, in classics, novelties and indies. With reflections, reading tips and activities to go deeper in your book, this planner is an infallible for anyone who wants to add more pleasure to their life through reading. 2 cover designs by international artist María Luque. 37k instagram followers > 12 recommended books to follow up your library. > Monthly tips and thoughts to encourage you in your reading process. > Reading diary with activities to break down each work. Extra Features Fun facts about each author. 36 extra literary works recommended to broaden the experience. Quotes from the authors. Extra pages for notes. Functional stickers. Hard cover. Double-sided pocket page. Bookmark ruler. Elastic band closure. A5 size Open week Layout Specifications Trim Page Size: 21 x 15 cm Interior: 176 pages 1c/1c on 80gsm Bookcel Cover: 128gsm art paper wraps 2mm greyboard, 4C/4C (pantone) print, matte lamination + Spot UV varnished surface. Spiral bound About the author A staunch reader and always with new projects in mind, Rosario Pozo Gowland created the ”Decime un Libro“ community in 2017, the result of her desire to share and promote reading. She reviews, recommends and writes about books and everything related to the literature world. Over time, the Instagram account @decimeunlibro became a brand that includes a book club, a podcast, sale and purchase of used books and other products that allude to the literature promotion. Keywords: #literature #authors #art #readingdiary #community #leisure #feminism About the illustrator To illustrate this planner, we invited María Luque, an Argentinian artist whose passion for literature we already knew from her collection “A pile of books”, where she collects intimate moments of reading.