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Members of the forum choose and read a new book every month together, and then discuss it. Each book of the month get's it's own whole subforum in this forum. Click here to nominate books for book of the month.

Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#91  Postby proudmom25 » 21 Jun 2012, 11:21

Night strangers by Chris Bohjalia
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#92  Postby StephenKingman » 05 Jul 2012, 10:15

I would like to nominate 84 Charring Cross Road, just for the pure debate!
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#93  Postby Annife » 19 Jul 2012, 16:15

game of thrones by george martin
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#94  Postby Carla Hurst-Chandler » 19 Aug 2012, 10:33

Letter from New York by Helene Hanff
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#95  Postby Fran » 22 Aug 2012, 09:23

The Hypnotist by Lars Kepler
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#96  Postby shellilea » 22 Aug 2012, 10:12

For October, how about Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, or Bram Stoker's Dracula? Even if it isn't picked, I'd like to read one or both of these on the buddy system with someone if anyone is interested...they're free on Kindle, too...
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#97  Postby Scott » 01 Sep 2012, 09:00

I have collected the nominations and posted the topic to cast your vote for the October book of the month. I have also posted the topic to discuss the September book of the month, The Night Circus.

Please continue to use this topic to post new nominations. As of now, nominations will be for November 2012.

Please remember, per the OP: You need a post count of 10 to make nominations. You can only make 1 nomination per month. Nominated books must have a decent sales rank. Books cannot be available only in ebook. If you are an author/publisher, you cannot nominate your own book. And it it is very highly recommended to nominate books that were released in the last decade because older books do well in getting votes but not in leading to actual reading and group discussion.
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#98  Postby changoora » 19 Sep 2012, 19:21

what about tomber sue mes pas
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#99  Postby robert eggleton » 19 Sep 2012, 20:11

Rarity from the Hollow, by Robert Eggleton
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#100  Postby Fran » 21 Sep 2012, 08:39

The Captain's Daughter by Leah Fleming
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#101  Postby Bartholomew Start » 22 Sep 2012, 18:10

I am reading CAUGHT SHORT ABROAD. I am also reading The Throwback by Tom Sharpe. Brilliant
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#102  Postby preetisoft2 » 26 Sep 2012, 01:14

I like A Walk With You..
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#103  Postby Derricks » 26 Sep 2012, 11:06

i cant decide till now which will i nominate.
any option to choose from?
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#104  Postby robert eggleton » 26 Sep 2012, 16:52

I’m the creator of Lacy Dawn Adventures and a therapist in a children’s mental health center in Charleston, WV. This project was started as a means of raising funds to prevent child abuse. Three short stories have been published in magazines (one on-line, plus reprinted) and two on paper. Recently, the first novel was published. Rarity from the Hollow was published by Dog Horn Publishing in Leeds, England. It is available on-line (Amazon), as a paperback in some brick and mortar bookstores and Lulu (you may have to order it if you go to your local store), and as a hardback from the publisher. Author proceeds are donated to prevent child abuse. There are several professional book reviews if one Googles the title and more available, mostly from once famous authors (I’m 61) on request. Downloadable pictures of the cover are also available on-line. I’m writing to request pro bono advertising or a review. As a bottom line, as a survivor, I believe that empowerment is the cure to victimization and this novel is just that – a fun read that is mostly satirical, following three tragic chapters (that could trigger). Thank you. Robert Eggleton
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Re: Nominate Books for Book of the Month

Post Number:#105  Postby AJ S » 26 Sep 2012, 17:34

"The Invaders" by John Flanagan
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