What should we read for July?

For June 2018 we will be reading short stories.

What should we read for July?

Poll ended at 01 Jul 2018, 02:32

​​Action/Adventure
1
7%
Beach/Vacation
1
7%
Children/Middle Grade
1
7%
Classic Literary Fiction
3
21%
LGBTQ+
2
14%
New Adult
2
14%
Non-Fiction
0
No votes
Romance
1
7%
Satire/Humor
0
No votes
Steampunk/Science Fiction
3
21%
 
Total votes: 14

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Re: What should we read for July?

Post by hsimone » 02 Jul 2018, 09:28

gali wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 08:00
hsimone wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 07:28
gali wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 04:24


Sounds good to me. I opened the new forum. :tiphat:

What BOTD was it? I may read it as well.
Thank you! :tiphat:

I was thinking of reading Zeva by Tesha Finley. Did you want to read this one, too?
Yes, I did. :)
Ooo...that would be fun if we read the same book. :)
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Post by gali » 02 Jul 2018, 09:51

hsimone wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 09:28
gali wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 08:00
hsimone wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 07:28


Thank you! :tiphat:

I was thinking of reading Zeva by Tesha Finley. Did you want to read this one, too?
Yes, I did. :)
Ooo...that would be fun if we read the same book. :)
Indeed! It will be my next book. :)
In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you." (Mortimer J. Adler)

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Post by hsimone » 02 Jul 2018, 10:16

gali wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 09:51
hsimone wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 09:28
gali wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 08:00


Yes, I did. :)
Ooo...that would be fun if we read the same book. :)
Indeed! It will be my next book. :)
Cool! It'll be my next book, too. :)
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Post by gali » 02 Jul 2018, 22:22

hsimone wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 10:16
gali wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 09:51
hsimone wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 09:28


Ooo...that would be fun if we read the same book. :)
Indeed! It will be my next book. :)
Cool! It'll be my next book, too. :)
I finished my book and will start it today. :)
In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you." (Mortimer J. Adler)

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Post by hsimone » 03 Jul 2018, 01:50

gali wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 22:22
hsimone wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 10:16
gali wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 09:51


Indeed! It will be my next book. :)
Cool! It'll be my next book, too. :)
I finished my book and will start it today. :)
Nice! I finished a book yesterday, so I will also start reading it today. :)
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Post by gali » 31 Jul 2018, 23:39

hsimone wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 03:43
Since it is a tie between Classic Literary Fiction and Steampunk/Science Fiction, let's split the two for the next two months. For July, why don't we go with Steampunk/Science Fiction, and then for August, we can read a Classic Literary Fiction?

There was a recent BOTD that I want to read that I think is labeled as Science Fiction, so I wouldn't mind giving that one a try for this month, but I'm totally up for suggestions, too!

Thank you to everyone who voted! :tiphat:
I opened the August Forum. :tiphat:
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Post by hsimone » 01 Aug 2018, 06:25

gali wrote:
31 Jul 2018, 23:39
hsimone wrote:
02 Jul 2018, 03:43
Since it is a tie between Classic Literary Fiction and Steampunk/Science Fiction, let's split the two for the next two months. For July, why don't we go with Steampunk/Science Fiction, and then for August, we can read a Classic Literary Fiction?

There was a recent BOTD that I want to read that I think is labeled as Science Fiction, so I wouldn't mind giving that one a try for this month, but I'm totally up for suggestions, too!

Thank you to everyone who voted! :tiphat:
I opened the August Forum. :tiphat:
Thank you! :tiphat:
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