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Historian Alexis Coe's new book, You Never Forget Your First: A Biography of George Washington, arrived in U.S. bookstores in February. Coe...
“ Any fool knows men and women think differently at times, but the biggest difference is this. Men forget, but never forgive; women forgive, but never forget. ”
Hello & WELCOME!!!! We began as a group of like minded triathlete friends from all over the gl…more
[close] Hello & WELCOME!!!! We began as a group of like minded triathlete friends from all over the globe at the start of the pandemic looking for a way to stay connected without racing and training etc! And look what we found! A low key book club with discussions that will be organized as a group semi regularly...but can also happen here in THIS group. NO PRESSURE! Happy reading! ENJOY!!! We will be announcing the next books and the meetups and posting some questions for discussion as we go. Right now we have Book #10 & #11 picked out so I will announce those here too! We have a group on Facebook and have been doing monthly meet-ups on Zoom; let us know if you are interested... So PLEASE join us... invite friends too... )athlete or not)... this group is open to you too! Have some wine, or coffee... depending on where or when it is; and let's chat! We would love to keep this thing going!
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Welcome to the Goodreads group for Reading Women! “I would venture to guess that Anon, who wrot…more
[close] Welcome to the Goodreads group for Reading Women! “I would venture to guess that Anon, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman.” – Virginia Woolf If you look back over the history of literary awards, few women have received top awards. Only sixteen women have won the Nobel Prize for Literature, and only thirty-one have won the Pulitzer Prize. Reading Women reclaims the bookshelf by interviewing authors and reviewing books by or about women of a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences. Reading Women releases new episodes every Wednesday. Each month features two episodes on the same theme—one highlighting several titles and one discussing two titles more in depth—and two author interviews with talented women writers. The Reading Women Team
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This group is for anyone who enjoys Non Fiction. Genres discussed here include Histories, Autobi…more
[close] This group is for anyone who enjoys Non Fiction. Genres discussed here include Histories, Autobiographies, Biographies, Memoirs, Science and Technology, Politics, Nature, Travelogues, True Crime, Health, Gender, and many more. Please join us to find your next great book or to share your thoughts about one that you've enjoyed. No harsh language please and be considerate of others. For Authors: Do NOT create a new thread to promote your book or upload a group photo. There is a specific thread under Author Section where you can post whatever. Thank you and enjoy nonfiction reading with us!
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This group is for participants in the Australian Women Writers Challenge. Everyone who reads boo…more
[close] This group is for participants in the Australian Women Writers Challenge. Everyone who reads books by Australian women is welcome to join. We also have a new group on Facebook where you can share what you're reading. You can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1822313588049143/
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