What to read for February 2022?

For January 2022 we'll be reading books by female authors from all genres.
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What to read for February 2022?

Poll runs till 31 Jan 2022, 04:40

Action/Adventure
1
17%
Anthology/short stories
0
No votes
Other fiction
0
No votes
Biography/Memoir
0
No votes
Non-fiction
1
17%
Children/Middle School
0
No votes
Young Adult
0
No votes
Science fiction/Dystopian Fiction
0
No votes
Fantasy
0
No votes
Fantasy/Magic realism
0
No votes
Romance
0
No votes
Graphic Novel/Manga
0
No votes
Novella
0
No votes
Poetry
0
No votes
Spy books
3
50%
Thrillers/suspense/Mystery
1
17%
 
Total votes: 6

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What to read for February 2022?

Post by gali »

Please choose a genre from the list that you would like to read in February and let's see what genre wins!
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Post by Tung Le 1 »

I choosed non-fiction genre :D
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Tung Le 1 wrote: 11 Jan 2022, 22:08 I choosed non-fiction genre :D
Great! :tiphat:
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Post by gali »

I voted for Fantasy/Magic realism.
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Post by Michaela Gordoni »

I chose spy books! I could read them ceaselessly.
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Michaela Gordoni wrote: 19 Jan 2022, 02:51 I chose spy books! I could read them ceaselessly.
Cool! I used to read a lot of spy books until I got tired of it. I changed my vote. We didn't have that genre for quite a while. :tiphat:
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gali wrote: 19 Jan 2022, 03:02
Michaela Gordoni wrote: 19 Jan 2022, 02:51 I chose spy books! I could read them ceaselessly.
Cool! I used to read a lot of spy books until I got tired of it. I changed my vote. We didn't have that genre for quite a while. :tiphat:
Maybe it will win now. Hehe
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Post by Connor Farrell »

Thrillers are definitely the best genre... :) A good thriller makes the time fly!
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