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For those who love a good cozy mystery while curled up on the couch with a cup of coffee/tea/coc…more
[close] For those who love a good cozy mystery while curled up on the couch with a cup of coffee/tea/cocoa and maybe a dog/cat next to them. Please be kind and courteous to others while in the group. No foul language please.
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Can't remember the title of a book you read? Come search our archives and shelves. If you don’t…more
[close] Can't remember the title of a book you read? Come search our archives and shelves. If you don’t find it there, post a description on our UNSOLVED message board and we can try to help each other out. 1. Please provide plot details (no spoilers) and the genre of the book you’re looking for in the Topic Header - not something vague like "Help! can't remember this book". Someone is more likely to recognize your book. 2. Don't create duplicates of the same request. You can "bump" your topic/thread (that is, post a comment to it) every 30+ days - or sooner if you remember more information. 3. Tell us what year you read or heard about the book. A range of years is fine. You can also mention when you think the book was published. 4. If you're searching for more than one book (or book series), start a new topic for each book/series. ► HOW TO FILL IN THE REQUEST FORM ► CREATE A BOOK REQUEST 5. After posting a request, please come back and check if another member has found it. Check both the Unsolved and Possibly Solved folders. If you've found your book, post a comment to let us know. You can add "Solved" to your Topic header and move it to a Solved folder by clicking "Edit" on the desktop website (not the mobile app) - or a Moderator will assist. 6. If you're helping someone find a book, please give suggestions only when you recognize the book or have a good reason to believe it's the book. 7. Don't delete your original post with the request. This information may help others looking for the same book in the future. 8. To follow a topic/thread, click "Notify me when people comment" (desktop website) or "Topic Notification Settings" (mobile app). 9. Authors or members who spam the group will be blocked. Thanks for your help.
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This group is for people participating in the Popsugar reading challenge for 2019. The Popsugar…more
[close] This group is for people participating in the Popsugar reading challenge for 2019. The Popsugar website posted a reading challenge that included a list of 40 different ways to choose your next book to read plus an additional 10 for an "advanced challenge". In this group we will follow those lists (whether you do all 50 or stick to 40) to choose books to read for 2019. Starting January 1, 2019 we will compare books, lists and the number of books we've all read from the list. Anyone is welcome in this group so feel free to invite your friends!
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[close] A way to have an epic summer, even on days we don't want to leave bed.
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[close] This is for the Central Florida Murderino Book Club to discuss the current reads of the book club.
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خواندن آثار کلاسیک ادبی به تفکیک نویسنده
[close] خواندن آثار کلاسیک ادبی به تفکیک نویسنده
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Mommy book club in the San Gabriel Valley (and beyond). Once a book is picked, you have 2 weeks…more
[close] Mommy book club in the San Gabriel Valley (and beyond). Once a book is picked, you have 2 weeks to find a book, eBook or audiobook. Suggestions on where to find free copies of books, ebooks and audiobooks will be posted in the Facebook Group. Once we have all gotten our books, meetings will take place at 3 weeks, 4 weeks, 6 weeks and 8 weeks. If you can make it to the 3 or 4 week meeting we will be discussing the book "so far" meaning halfway. At the 6 or 8 week meetings, you will be expected to have finished the book and be able to discuss it in it's entirety. You are not expected to attend every meeting, try to attend two or if you cannot attend any meetings, be active on the discussion boards. Chapter synapses will be posted as often as possible. Discussions will be posted as often as possible.
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[close] EHS Teachers who love to read
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Nothing makes me happier than reading a great book -- unless it's the chance to talk to other pe…more
[close] Nothing makes me happier than reading a great book -- unless it's the chance to talk to other people who've loved that book as well. Elizabeth and I both love to read, and we know that the listeners of the Happier with Gretchen Rubin podcast love to read, too. So...announcement! We decided to launch the Happier Podcast Book Club. Several times a year on the Happier podcast, we'll announce a book, and then some episodes later, we'll discuss it. Remember: Whenever it is and wherever you are, there’s always a book is waiting for you.
760 members, last active 1 days ago
A group for readers of all genders who wish to broaden their reading horizons by reading more bo…more
[close] A group for readers of all genders who wish to broaden their reading horizons by reading more books by women authors. And more women authors that perhaps people haven't heard of before. We currently run two group reads each month: One monthly group read, each following a different theme (e.g. Classics, Sci-Fi, Translated Fiction, LGBT etc.) with the odd 'Open Choice' month. Our second group read alternates between Non-Fiction book and our 'Read Around the World' challenge where we pick a book from a country we haven't 'visited' before' 2019 Reading Plan Rules 1. This is not a women-only group. All genders are welcome, and all should be made to feel welcome. 2.That said, this group is intended to be a safe space. Disagreement is fine but harassment or trolling will not be tolerated. 3. Always remember that good feminism is intersectional! Authors 1. No self-promotion.
2,420 members, last active 5 hours ago
This is a group for people who want to read old books and classics and then discuss them as a gr…more
[close] This is a group for people who want to read old books and classics and then discuss them as a group. The mods choose themes each voting period (usually 4-8 weeks depending on the length of the current group selection) and the group will choose a book to read that fits the theme. Everyone is welcome who loves to read and talk about what they have read and take and give some tips for getting through those old classics sitting on your book shelf.
1,969 members, last active an hour ago
Hello, readers and book lovers alike! Welcome to the Mental Illness Support Group. You can talk…more
[close] Hello, readers and book lovers alike! Welcome to the Mental Illness Support Group. You can talk about all mental illnesses from anxiety to depression. This is s great place to share your problems and look for encouragement. This group is for everyone! No matter your race, gender, sexuality, relgion, size, or appearance.
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A Group for all things YA and David Estes
[close] A Group for all things YA and David Estes
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Welcome to Shiver Hollow, home to people with special abilities, but owned by the military. The…more
[close] Welcome to Shiver Hollow, home to people with special abilities, but owned by the military. The military had made this home from the outside world to keep them safe, but also a secret from the rest of the world. People with special abilities find refuge here, but some resent this town and believe that they are being used by the military as a weapon, creating discord between the military guards of the town and the residents. For decades, the military has been able to keep this town off the map, as if it doesn't even exist. Some residents believe this is their salvation, others believe it's their prison and fight to win back their freedom. What side will you choose?
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For people that simply love true crime stories and want to connect with others that share a comm…more
[close] For people that simply love true crime stories and want to connect with others that share a common interest.
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This global discussion group has been designed to encourage debates about important and underrep…more
[close] This global discussion group has been designed to encourage debates about important and underreported issues of our era. All you need is an enquiring mind and a desire to gain or share “underground knowledge”. This is also a place for readers to discuss the controversial topics explored in The Underground Knowledge Series (non-fiction books) by James Morcan & Lance Morcan as well as the Underground Knowledge podcast show.
11,247 members, last active 26 minutes ago
Officially 10k Members Strong & Climbing!! Building and supporting a community of self-published…more
[close] Officially 10k Members Strong & Climbing!! Building and supporting a community of self-published authors dedicated to both sharing experiences and learning as equals. Founded in January 2015, this groups was initially designed as a way for me to support indie authors by reading their work and featuring them on my website. Since then it has evolved into a valuable resource and support system for authors who have or would like to self-publish. With the help of some patient and efficient moderators, Riley Amos Westbrook, BB Wynter, VM Sawh, Christina McMullen, Dwayne Fry, GG Atcheson, Melissa Jensen, Ashley Capes, J. Daniel Layfield, & CB Archer, Support Indie Authors fights to help indie authors rise above the stigma that is self publishing, as well serves to provide a supportive environment for those who want to share experiences, ask for help, and simply find some friends with common goals.
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We offer love, compassion & kindness to create a better world. The moderator proposes books by &…more
[close] We offer love, compassion & kindness to create a better world. The moderator proposes books by & about people who have done this profoundly...Martin L. King, Gregory Boyle, Adam Kahane, Gandhi, Burt Berlowe, & our moderator Caroline Cottom. Everyone is welcome to nominate books. Our members are from Nigeria, India, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Philippines, Japan, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, Uganda, New Zealand, Australia, Maldives, Canada, U.K., U.S., Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Turkey, Armenia, Albania, Russia, Mexico, Ecuador, Brazil, and more!
4,475 members, last active 1 days ago
This is the reading club hosted by Colleen Houck, the author of the NYT bestselling series TIGER…more
[close] This is the reading club hosted by Colleen Houck, the author of the NYT bestselling series TIGER'S CURSE & the NYT bestselling novel REAWAKENED. Once a month we will be reading and discussing one book that Colleen selects and, if occasion permits, she will host a chat here with the author of the book.
2,224 members, last active 8 days ago
[close] A discussion of women in literary science fiction.
1,792 members, last active 10 days ago
*UPDATE - Good news! If you got your question in by the 11th there is a good chance Robin will s…more
[close] *UPDATE - Good news! If you got your question in by the 11th there is a good chance Robin will still answer it! Keep checking back.* Join us on Thursday, April 11th for a special discussion with best selling author Robin Hobb! Robin will be discussing her work, including her most recent book Blood of Dragons! Become a fan of Robin Hobb!
864 members, last active 34 days ago
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