If you have ever devoured a business book and then wondered how to best utilize its wonderful advice you are not alone. Computer code writer and business consultant Mark Simchock has felt the same way, and has started a book club that concentrates on business books.

ReadLearnAdapt, or RLA, will host its third meet-up on Wednesday, July 20, at 7:30 p.m. at a site to be determined in the Princeton area. The book to be discussed: “Will it Fly? — How to Test Your Next Business Idea So You Don’t Waste Your Time and Money” by Pat ­Flynn.

Online at www.readlearnadapt.com or via meetup.com. Meetings are free.

Simchock has hosted two meetings so far, and is scheduling them about every six weeks. Once a month is possible but he realizes that people who feel like they’re being compelled to read a new book every month might just stay away.

Simchock hopes to attract various types of entrepreneurs, including deep thinkers, curious readers, and open-minded people who will be open to live up to the name of the club: to read, learn, and adapt.

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