The BC Book Club Virtual Book Chat

The BC Book Club Virtual Book Chat is the chance for Sapphire Dragon and Diamond Dragon Members of the BC Book Club to talk about their favorite Brick Cave Books with other readers.

Moderated by Brick Cave PSE Bob Nelson, this virtual meeting will do a deep dive into one of Brick Cave's released titles.

But wait, there's more...

About 4 weeks prior to each virtual meeting, readers will receive the Brick Cave Box in the mail, containing everything they need for the virtual session, including:

  • A paperback copy of the book being discussed, signed by the BC Author of course.
  • A random Keurig cup, because everyone should have a nice drink while on the session.
  • A as-yet-undertmined extra item. Could be anything- might be useful or it might be getting re gifted at the holidays to the relative you only see at the holidays.

It's Fun, and informal

Bob promises to keep the tone light and the discussion lively as we examine the particular title across a number of areas.


OK, you're in, but when is the next one? And what book are we talking about?

Chat Day- Saturday, July 10, 2021. 10am-11am MST (AZ Time)

Must be a Sapphire Dragon or Diamond Dragon member in good standing by June 5, 2021 to get in the box line and receive the Virtual Event information. All you have to do is sign up for the respective membership level of your choice and we'll take care of the rest (like making sure you want the box and sending it to you with the event information).

And, we'll be talking about:

For centuries, dragons fought to rule all. Driven by rage, corrupted by darkness, they were a scourge of fire and fury that would not abate. Only humans stood in their way, a brave few in each generation born with magic. Wardens, who used their power to protect life and fight back against the dragon menace. But the dragons were cunning and used guile to destroy their enemy from within.

When the Wardens fell, the world fell with them.

Without their protectors, humanity was hunted to the ends of Eralle and eventually to extinction. Cities burned beneath the onslaught, along with every forest in between. Trees wilted into ash and did not grow back. Food became scarce, life even scarcer. Older dragons chose to hibernate, while the rest were forced to scavenge or turn on one another.

All seemed lost, until a young dragon came upon a human egg, fashioned by Warden magic. Inside lay a promise of renewal, a chance at redemption. A gift of hope that might become…

…the Warden’s legacy.


The Naming Of by Louise Robertson

Pages (Print Edition): 126
Format(s): Paperback
Genre: Poetry
ISBN-10: 1938190254
ISBN-13: 978-1-938190-25-4

Each of the pieces in this volume are infused with intellectual precision, hard-won wisdom, and a hand that can capture exactly what she wants to say the way she means to say it poetically, and yet she makes it all look very easy.

It’s not.

There isn’t a poem in here I am capable of writing, even if you gave me the first line. – Scott Woods 


The Ragtime of Modern Living by Bill Campana

Pages (Print Edition): 114
Format(s): Paperback
Genre: Poetry
ISBN-10: 1938190262
ISBN-13: 978-1938190261

Bill Campana returns with his second book of poetry. In addition to his already renown wit and poetic style, Mr. Campana add a healthy dose of humor with the first collection of his Deviant Words. If you loved Said Beauty to the Blues, this collection will fit right in to your poetry collection.


Said Beauty to the Blues by Bill Campana

Pages (Print Edition): 140
Format(s): Paperback
Genre: Poetry
ISBN-10: 1938190173
ISBN-13: 9781938190179

A poetry tour de force, Bill Campana has done what few poets could ever dream of in writing sharp, entertaining poetry that doesn’t cater to anyone but is enjoyed by all. A veteran of the 1990’s poetry slam movement, Said Beauty to the Blues proves Bill is a writer of many styles and ideas. In his live performances, he comes at you like a machine gun of short, powerful linguistic observations. Having this book gives you the opportunity to give each piece its due.


flotsam and gomorrah (parlour tricks and other mysteries) by bill campana

ISBN-13: 9781938190414
Genre: Poetry
Format(s): Paperback
Pages (Print Edition): 152

Always the wizard with words, Bill Campana releases his 4th book of poetry filled with observations of the folly of man, Haiku sharp enough for a sewing machine and the first ever released collection of Deviant Words, which you’ll just have to read to believe. Here’s a taste:

cessparilla- a brown soft drink brewed from roots grown near a septic tank.

Go ahead, order a copy, you want to read the rest.