What should we read for November?

For October 2018, we will be reading supernatural and/or horror/spooky tales.
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What should we read for November?

Poll ended at 01 Nov 2018, 20:16

​​Action/Adventure
1
11%
Coming-of-Age
1
11%
Cozy Mystery/Crime
1
11%
LGBTQ+
2
22%
Mythology/Legend
3
33%
New Adult
1
11%
Non-Fiction
0
No votes
Picture/Illustrated
0
No votes
Romance
0
No votes
Satire/Humor
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 9

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What should we read for November?

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November is coming and it's time to choose a new genre for the month!

What do you think we should read? :techie-studyingbrown:
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Great, I voted. Thank you. :)
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gali wrote: 25 Oct 2018, 21:53 Great, I voted. Thank you. :)
Nice, thank you! :tiphat:
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A little late, but I voted. :)
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Gravy wrote: 31 Oct 2018, 22:31 A little late, but I voted. :)
Looks like your vote made it in time! :)
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Looks like we have a winner! For November, we'll read books that is a mythology/legend or perhaps books based on mythologies/legends.

Looking ahead, for December, I think we should either re-read a favorite book or a book by an author you love. This way, we can end the year on a high note! What do you think?
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hsimone wrote: 02 Nov 2018, 08:05 Looks like we have a winner! For November, we'll read books that is a mythology/legend or perhaps books based on mythologies/legends.

Looking ahead, for December, I think we should either re-read a favorite book or a book by an author you love. This way, we can end the year on a high note! What do you think?
I think that's a great idea. I'm not sure about rereading a favourite book though... by now, I could probably recite all my favourites.
I wouldn't mind trying someone ELSE'S favourite author though? Branching out a bit :)
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hsimone wrote: 02 Nov 2018, 08:05 Looks like we have a winner! For November, we'll read books that is a mythology/legend or perhaps books based on mythologies/legends.

Looking ahead, for December, I think we should either re-read a favorite book or a book by an author you love. This way, we can end the year on a high note! What do you think?
If you can believe it, I'm planning to read a Seanan Mcguire for this month's theme. :lol:

I have two to read, and both would work...so I'm not sure which one to go for!
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hsimone wrote: 02 Nov 2018, 08:05 Looks like we have a winner! For November, we'll read books that is a mythology/legend or perhaps books based on mythologies/legends.

Looking ahead, for December, I think we should either re-read a favorite book or a book by an author you love. This way, we can end the year on a high note! What do you think?
Sounds good!

I opened the November forum. :)
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Gravy wrote: 03 Nov 2018, 02:43
hsimone wrote: 02 Nov 2018, 08:05 Looks like we have a winner! For November, we'll read books that is a mythology/legend or perhaps books based on mythologies/legends.

Looking ahead, for December, I think we should either re-read a favorite book or a book by an author you love. This way, we can end the year on a high note! What do you think?
If you can believe it, I'm planning to read a Seanan Mcguire for this month's theme. :lol:

I have two to read, and both would work...so I'm not sure which one to go for!
What are the titles?
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gali wrote: 03 Nov 2018, 02:54
Gravy wrote: 03 Nov 2018, 02:43
hsimone wrote: 02 Nov 2018, 08:05 Looks like we have a winner! For November, we'll read books that is a mythology/legend or perhaps books based on mythologies/legends.

Looking ahead, for December, I think we should either re-read a favorite book or a book by an author you love. This way, we can end the year on a high note! What do you think?
If you can believe it, I'm planning to read a Seanan Mcguire for this month's theme. :lol:

I have two to read, and both would work...so I'm not sure which one to go for!
What are the titles?
The newest October Daye book (Night and Silence), and the second of her Rose Marshell series (The Girl in the Green Silk Gown).

So...fae vs hitchhiking ghost. :lol:
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Gravy wrote: 03 Nov 2018, 02:59
gali wrote: 03 Nov 2018, 02:54
Gravy wrote: 03 Nov 2018, 02:43

If you can believe it, I'm planning to read a Seanan Mcguire for this month's theme. :lol:

I have two to read, and both would work...so I'm not sure which one to go for!
What are the titles?
The newest October Daye book (Night and Silence), and the second of her Rose Marshell series (The Girl in the Green Silk Gown).

So...fae vs hitchhiking ghost. :lol:
Nice! Enjoy! :)
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Bianka Walter wrote: 02 Nov 2018, 09:42
hsimone wrote: 02 Nov 2018, 08:05 Looks like we have a winner! For November, we'll read books that is a mythology/legend or perhaps books based on mythologies/legends.

Looking ahead, for December, I think we should either re-read a favorite book or a book by an author you love. This way, we can end the year on a high note! What do you think?
I think that's a great idea. I'm not sure about rereading a favourite book though... by now, I could probably recite all my favourites.
I wouldn't mind trying someone ELSE'S favourite author though? Branching out a bit :)
That's an interesting idea! The only issue I can see is that we don't have a ton of people participating every month, so that might be hard. We could leave it open and maybe I can open a topic for those who like to read someone else's favorite author. Great idea, thank you! :tiphat:
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Gravy wrote: 03 Nov 2018, 02:43
hsimone wrote: 02 Nov 2018, 08:05 Looks like we have a winner! For November, we'll read books that is a mythology/legend or perhaps books based on mythologies/legends.

Looking ahead, for December, I think we should either re-read a favorite book or a book by an author you love. This way, we can end the year on a high note! What do you think?
If you can believe it, I'm planning to read a Seanan Mcguire for this month's theme. :lol:

I have two to read, and both would work...so I'm not sure which one to go for!
Haha, that's awesome! :D I'll be curious to see what you think. It would be great to try out another one of her books!
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gali wrote: 03 Nov 2018, 03:01
Gravy wrote: 03 Nov 2018, 02:59
gali wrote: 03 Nov 2018, 02:54

What are the titles?
The newest October Daye book (Night and Silence), and the second of her Rose Marshell series (The Girl in the Green Silk Gown).

So...fae vs hitchhiking ghost. :lol:
Nice! Enjoy! :)
Cool! :D
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