Amy’s TBI Book Club


I invite YOU to be a part of my Book Club!!!

I have read SO many amazing books in the TBI realm — from fiction to memoirs to practical guides written by clinicians — and I want to share them with you and invite intelligent discussion around each book.

Each month I will announce the book we will be reading — and don’t worry if you have trouble reading — you will still be able to get a lot out of the group discussion!!

We will have a guided weekly discussion in a closed FB group specifically about the book/author and how it relates to your own situation.

At the end of each month, we will have a FB Live interview with the AUTHOR (I am super excited about this!!) where you will have the opportunity to submit questions you would like answered!

Everyone is welcome to join: survivors, caregivers, providers, or anyone interested in learning more about TBI!!

All you have to do is sign up with the form below!!

Happy Reading!!!

18 thoughts on “Amy’s TBI Book Club

    • You will read the book on your own, and we will have discussion questions in the group, followed by a FB live author interview at the end of each book!

  1. Although I have a hard time reading I look forward to being a part of the discussion and learning what others think.

  2. I’m looking forward to being a part of this group! Thank you for creating this fabulous idea!

  3. finished the book, still not sure how the group chat works for the four questions.
    1. feeling evoked: Sadness.
    2. what did I already know about of the topic in the book – CTE and football players. made me question do I still want to be a football fan.
    3. what did I learn from the book – more about the symptoms displayed with CTE disease.

  4. I joined your tbi book club. Received email from you, but some how I am not part of discussion tonight?

  5. Favorited quote God I need your help I am so lonely.
    I did not totally relate to this book. It gave me perspective on what my caregiver must be going through

  6. Our son suffered a severe TBI 2 years ago this month. He is doing well but still has mountains to climb. I look forward to reading with ya’ll and hearing more about ways to help him and to understand what he is experiencing.

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