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created Apr 24, 2018 01:03PM PDT poll #1 Featured
Group vote for June's topic! Which would you like to do?

Audiobooks
 
  57 votes 31.0%

Relateable Characters
 
  48 votes 26.1%

Magical Realism & Fabulism
 
  45 votes 24.5%

Underrated Books (repeat topic)
 
  34 votes 18.5%

184 total votes

created Nov 01, 2017 07:23PM PDT poll #2 Featured
What topic would you like for January 2018?

First in a Series
 
  17 votes 44.7%

Duologies
 
  12 votes 31.6%

Winter Wonderland (winter settings)
 
  9 votes 23.7%

38 total votes

created Jul 02, 2017 07:39AM PDT poll #3 Featured
Which topic should we do for August?

Oldies *published before 2010*
 
  23 votes, 42.6%

Books That Changed My Life
 
  20 votes, 37.0%

Duologies
 
  11 votes, 20.4%


created Feb 21, 2017 05:20PM PST poll #4 Featured
What do you want for the April topic? It's time for a group vote!

Big Books (500 + pages)
 
  11 votes, 40.7%

Duologies
 
  8 votes, 29.6%

Books that made you LOL
 
  8 votes, 29.6%


created Dec 01, 2016 05:22PM PST poll #5 Featured
Which topic would you like to kick off the 2017 year with? We will announce the topic on December 15th!

Historical Fiction
 
  17 votes, 50.0%

Contemporary
 
  9 votes, 26.5%

Graphics Novel
 
  8 votes, 23.5%


created May 26, 2016 04:01PM PDT poll #6 Featured
What topic should we do for July?

Voting will end on June 7, 2016

Empowering Female Leads
 
  18 votes, 62.1%

Contemporary
 
  7 votes, 24.1%

Graphic Novels/Comics
 
  4 votes, 13.8%


created Jan 01, 2016 02:38PM PST poll #7 Featured
Which of these topics would you like to do in March?

Standalones
 
  101 votes 54.6%

Books Set Outside the US
 
  52 votes 28.1%

Contemporary
 
  32 votes 17.3%

185 total votes

created Sep 02, 2015 09:45AM PDT poll #8
November's topic is your choice! Which theme would you like to do in November?

Voting is open through the end of September, and the topic will be announced in October.

Trilogies
 
  27 votes 41.5%

Comics/Graphic Novels
 
  20 votes 30.8%

Books with a Family theme or focus (since the holidays usually bring families together)
 
  18 votes 27.7%

65 total votes

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