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Wed, Sep 13


Zoom -5:00pmPST/8:00pm EST - 3 Wednesdays

The Midnight Library

(Moderator: Robin Saul) - Trigger Warning! Theme containing suicide. The Midnight Library is an exploration of the meaning of life and the impact we carry with us from emotional traumas and mental health issues.

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The Midnight Library
The Midnight Library

Time & Location

Sep 13, 8:00 PM EDT – Sep 27, 8:00 PM EDT

Zoom -5:00pmPST/8:00pm EST - 3 Wednesdays


About the event

The Midnight Library book club will meet once weekly beginning the week of 13 September for THREE weeks. Registrations close to on 6 September - reserve your spot today!! All participants will receive an email from your moderator Robin with meeting link and information one week prior to your first meeting .

WEDNESDAY meetings take place at 8:00pmEST/5:00pm PST


Though participants are not required to attend meetings each week, due to limited spaces in each group, please ensure the meeting day/time chosen suits your schedule. We would ask that all participants be able to attend most of the meetings, thank you.

After completing the registration process, you will receive a confirmation email that your place in the group chosen is reserved.

From Robin about our new book ... 

I chose this book to discuss in three short sessions using a discussion guide that helps us focus on appreciating what we have in our lives without regrets. The book explores the meaning of life and the impact of struggling with mental health. It leads readers to reflect on their own life and the possibilities of their future. It is an easy read and evoked feelings of gratitude for me.

We FULLY read the entire book and then meet on zoom weekly for discussions.

If you could live your life over again, would you make the same choices? Nora Seed is depressed: Her best friend has ghosted her from the other side of the world; she is estranged from her brother; she just got fired; and her cat died. Nora attempts suicide but instead finds herself in a library where she gets to choose other life paths. Matt Haig takes readers on a journey of quantum physics that will have them feeling that they actually understand the theory. He treats the subject of suicide with a light touch, and the book’s playful tone will be welcome to readers who like their fantasies sweet if a little too forgettable. This book begs the reader to ask real life questions about their own happiness and encourages the fantasy of considering the paths not taken.

About the moderator!

Robin Saul RDN - Robin is a registered dietitian who earned a bachelor's degree in agriculture and human nutrition from the University of Florida. Robin has specialized nutrition knowledge in the areas of gastroenterology, food intolerances/allergies, gerontology and recipe development. Robin is also the 6D Living Facebook Moderator!

6D Book Club Connections

  • Weekly emails with topics for discussion, thoughts about our reading as well as links to relevant articles and videos
  • 6D Community meetings every Week via Zoom 
  • 6D What's App Chat Group keep the discussion flowing over multiple time zones (open to all groups; the Whole of the 6D Book Club Community)

If you have any questions or concerns, please send an email to prior to registering for a group, thank you. See our Terms & Conditions page for our credit policy.

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