400+ Book Club Name Ideas and Suggestions

Books can be a real addiction, and we do not blame you because who wouldn’t like to let their imagination run wild reading several lines imprinted on a tree? That might be a unique description of a book you have come across, but we have seen people describe it as such, and it’s quite interesting how people have decided to word their description of reading a book.

The idea of book lovers coming together to describe their book-loving experiences, sharing their ideas, and exploring even more books is what is done in a book club. Suppose you have been tasked with coming up with the name for your book love. In that case, this article is the right one for you because here, you will find various options for your beloved book club ranging from fictitious names to meaningful names to funny ones.

We have sorted out all these names for you into a list that you will find below after this paragraph. Following the list of names, the will also find various paragraphs mentioning different ways a book club can be named.

Cool Book Club Names

  • Fresh Page Fresh Start
  • Next Chapter
  • The Lookbooks
  • Gals and Books
  • Page Turners
  • The Immortals
  • Enveloped Dickinson
  • Sirius Loves You
  • Invisible Man took our Books
  • Witty Minds
  • Freshly Bound
  • Chicka Chicka Book Book
  • Bookworm Biddies
  • Mugar Memorial
  • Paradise of Pursuit
  • Hung by Cliffhangers
  • Terrific Morrison
  • Lasting Impressions
  • Books for Ages
  • Philosophers by Day, Alcoholics by Night
  • Sunken Hearts
  • The Explorers of made-up tales
  • Novels at Night
  • Book Broads and John
  • Nobel Drunks
  • Severus Snape Fane
  • Crazy Eight
  • Gents Who Read
  • Page of Pages
  • Potterheads want Butterbeer
  • Ready Readers
  • We met coz of Serendipity
  • Pro Chapter
  • King in the West
  • Back from Paris
  • ProPages
  • High Spirits Book Club


Catchy Book Club Names

  • Pulp Non-fiction
  • Raised Bar Book Club
  • On the Same Page
  • Fanfictions are also books
  • 8th Of March Book Club
  • Landlady Crimes
  • The Bookish Babes
  • Pandora’s Plot Twists
  • Red Tent Book Club
  • Chick Flicks and Tay Swifts
  • Windermere Peaks
  • 101 ways to Ignore your Kids
  • Boozy Bookworms
  • Romantic Tales that Hurt
  • Lancashire Hamlet
  • Book Bindings
  • Wordsworth by Nature
  • Rustic Frost
  • Baby Boomer Book Club
  • Climactic Head Buzz
  • The Century Book Club
  • Tea Time Book Club
  • Lost in Past
  • Champagne Problems
  • Swirl, Smell, Sip, Read
  • Shinobi’s of the West
  • Weep, Read, Repeat
  • Millennial Book Club
  • Strange Strings
  • The Book Chicks
  • Well Read
  • Hodor’s Fan Club
  • Book Buzz
  • Cranial Crunch.
  • Historic Headaches
  • Bookaholics
  • Beauty in Books
  • Plot twist Nail Biters
  • Irish Drunkards and Poets
  • Knight Readers
  • Parker Hill Branch
  • Page Numbers


Best Book Club Names

  • Novel Newts
  • Content Keepers
  • Science and Engineering
  • Bountiful Book Club
  • Bandits of Bookworms
  • Old Monk and Literary Meditation
  • Alice in Rabbit Holes
  • Love, hate relationship with John Green
  • Eclectics
  • Pursuing the Incompleteness Theorem
  • The Wild West Literature
  • Pride, Booze, and Prejudice
  • Mixed Minds
  • State Library of Massachusetts
  • Kids’ Corner
  • Minutes of Gold Society
  • Suburban Gossips
  • ChickLits
  • Lovers of Banned Books
  • Fresh Pages
  • Towards the Light
  • Codman Square
  • Grateful Gatherings
  • The Ladies Club
  • Astronomy Not Astrology
  • Nobles & Noblesse
  • Masters of Words
  • Watch me Fly Book Club
  • Witty Whitman
  • Ladies Who Read
  • The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Basic Books
  • Bookends Book Club
  • Fireside Daydreams
  • Bounce Back Book Club
  • Words of Wisdom
  • Oliver Twists and Turns
  • Muggles in Despair
  • Epiphay’s Circle
  • Sisterhood
  • Nerds who can Moonwalk
  • Egleston Square
  • Beyond Books
  • Word Worms
  • The Book Feminists
  • Book Worms and Wormies
  • Meaning of Literature
  • Chapter one
  • The Bibliophiles
  • Insurance Library Association
  • Girlz R Us
  • The Riveting Book Club
  • Sigmund Freud’s adopted children
  • YaYa Mommas
  • Rosy Readers


Awesome Book Club Names

  • Social Law Library
  • The Book Sisters
  • Fantastic Books and Where to Find them
  • The Algorithmic Debacle
  • Speak Up Book Club
  • To not kill a Mockingbird
  • Books and Biscuits
  • No Book Goes with Beer
  • Clever Book Club Names
  • Lost in a Tangent
  • Shonda Rhimes gives us Nightmares
  • Dragon Slayers
  • Oprah Clones
  • The Book Look
  • Circle of Sisters
  • The Page Professionals
  • Beautiful Books
  • Frankenstein’s Pet Peeves
  • The Book was Better
  • Hooked on Books
  • The Religion of Greek Gods
  • Waiting for Merlot
  • Close Encounters of the Bookish Kind
  • Sassy Divas Book Club
  • Ladies Corner
  • Fields Corner
  • Break a Leg
  • Uterial Motives
  • How to train your dragon kid
  • Double Booked
  • Great Beginnings
  • Safari Club
  • Peppy Ladies
  • Book Hoarders
  • Book Buffet
  • Bookmarked
  • Book Bubbies
  • Books N Booze
  • Overbooked
  • The Wine Club


Funny Book Club Names

  • Gnomes who love Books
  • The Book Cover Girls
  • Beautiful Lies
  • Webmaster and Associates
  • Circle of Sisters
  • Happy Bookers
  • Bickering Teenagers
  • The Carnal Desires
  • Party Girls
  • Therefore I am
  • Breakfast Book Club
  • What Is Eyre Book Club
  • Wise Words
  • Emancipate Book Club
  • Chapter Chat
  • Books & Beyond
  • Pseudo Sherlocks
  • Book Gang
  • Before Time Books
  • Big Books Only
  • Date Books
  • Manga Readers Club
  • Rusty Books with Wine
  • The Khalo-doscopes

How To Name Your Book Club?

Use fiction to name a club of fiction lovers

Though there are lovers of non-fiction books equally as much as there are lovers of fiction, you can use fiction to name your book club, pick your secret fantasy or group of fictional characters to form a collective name for your book club. However, this is a book club that is an official one on the Internet or even in an offline circumstance where a lot of people might come across it, and then we suggest that you try to alter the name of the book or if you are using anything directly from the book because otherwise, you might fall prey to copyright issues after which you have to completely let go of the name and also might have to pay a hefty fine that could easily have been avoided.

Therefore, follow our advice and avoid names that contain the direct copy or direct use of the name of a famous fictitious work. Until and unless it is a name that is constantly used everywhere or is the proper fandom name from where you have already taken permission, you should not be using any such name for your book club. However, if this is an informal group that is not being used officially, then you can use the name of any fictitious work that you like.

You can use complexity if you wish to

Book lovers, are you feeling quite used to reading Complex fiction novels that they greatly enjoy. Hence you have the freedom to use Complex words in the name of your book club if you wish to. Vocabulary or ask others for suggestions of words that can be used in the name of your book club, whether they are complex or simple.

However, using a simple name good also helps other people under stamp to the purpose of your book club, but then again, we can’t avoid that. If somebody asks the name of your book and it is complex, you might have fun explaining it to them, starting from the meaning to the purpose with respect to your book club.

Hence you can either use Complex names for you can also go for simple names, but the fact remains that you have to use creativity in both in order to make them sound like a proper book club name because people usually associate imagination and creativity with books. You might yourself not deny that books are so seated with imagination, creativity, and a mixture of both.

The name should be something that you yourself can relate to

As a book club member, you should be able to relate to your group and make yourself feel like a proper and included member in all aspects of the group. When naming the group is your responsibility, then you can use it to your advantage to make it into something that makes you feel completely included. If there is a fictional work that you like to imagine yourself in or there is a character that you can relate to, then they can be the base for your book club name formation.

With the freedom to make a name for your book club that has been given to you by the responsibility, you are free to use anything that you like in the fictional section or even the unreal. All you have to ensure that the final product you decide on makes sense to not only you but every other book club member out there, or when explaining it to them, they can understand it and find it acceptable to some extent. Anything that makes you feel included in a book club can be the name of your choice.

Get the approval of everyone on the team before finalizing the name

The last thing that you should keep in mind is that before you finalize the name of the book club, you should get the approval of everyone on the team. You should make sure that everyone approves of the name that you have chosen as the book club name, and if they disagree then you can ask them about the reason or what they would like as the name. You can make alternative changes according to this discussion.


Here, we must end this article. We hope that our attempt to summarise the process of naming a book club was successful, and you were able to find the name or form the name according to your choice. All the best for your very new book class, and we hope that you have a great time participating in it. Thank you and goodbye.