What to read for October 2020?

For September 2020 we'll be reading Cozy Mystery/Crime books.
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What to read for October 2020?

Poll ended at 30 Sep 2020, 02:14

Anthology
0
No votes
Biography/Memoir
0
No votes
Book Made into Movies/Shows
0
No votes
Children/Middle School
0
No votes
Coming-of-Age
1
13%
Thriller
3
38%
Science fiction/fantasy
1
13%
Romance
1
13%
Graphic Novel/Manga
1
13%
LGBTQ+
0
No votes
Novella
0
No votes
Poetry
0
No votes
Young Adult
1
13%
 
Total votes: 8

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What to read for October 2020?

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Please choose a genre from the list that you would like to read in September, and let's see what genre wins!
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I voted “thriller” because I am ready to go with a section for spooky season. 🤣
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Kreads1 wrote: 23 Sep 2020, 15:33 I voted “thriller” because I am ready to go with a section for spooky season. 🤣
Indeed, it fits! I voted for it as well. :tiphat:
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