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message 1: by Jenny, Group Creator - Honorary Moderator (new)

Jenny (notestothemoon) | 846 comments From now on I will start the nomination process near the beginning of the month. It gives leaders a chance to prepare and others a chance to get those reservations in at the library :P

Nominate a theme/genre for our March read.

One nomination per person

**There must be 6 months between repeating a theme i.e. the themes/genres - dystopian literature, historical fiction, new writers and banned/controversial books cannot be nominated**

You can make a genre more specific. E.g. English historical fiction would be fine.

2 days to nominate!


message 2: by Apokripos (new)

Apokripos (apokalypse) For all the love it's been receiving since, I nominate The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett


message 3: by Jenny, Group Creator - Honorary Moderator (new)

Jenny (notestothemoon) | 846 comments We need a theme first Jzhunagev! You'll have to think of a theme the book will fit under if you want to nominate it.


message 4: by Cecily (new)

Cecily | 576 comments How about "Journeys", whether literal travelogues, or more metaphorical journeys from one lifestyle/stage of life or whatever to another?


message 5: by Jenny, Group Creator - Honorary Moderator (new)

Jenny (notestothemoon) | 846 comments I'm feeling childish so....

Children's Books


message 6: by Kipahni (new)

Kipahni | 144 comments Gardens


message 7: by [deleted user] (new)

How about 'coming of age' there are many books that would fall under that theme.


message 8: by Stephanie (new)

Stephanie Butland (httpwwwgoodreadscomprofiles_b) How about

Books with an element of the supernatural

?


message 9: by Cecily (new)

Cecily | 576 comments Hmm, but we've just read Peony and/or Monsters. Certainly Peony has elements of the supernatural and doesn't Monsters too?


message 10: by Stephanie (new)

Stephanie Butland (httpwwwgoodreadscomprofiles_b) True... maybe they have whetted my appetite for the supernatural! Or maybe I'm just not feeling very original this morning.

OK - how about....

books set in wartime? (any war)


message 11: by Heather (new)

Heather (hpduck) | 354 comments How about...classic writers from the 18-19th century. I know...it's broad, but I've been in a classics stage lately


message 12: by [deleted user] (new)

I like that idea, reading a book from a particular time period.


message 13: by Heather (new)

Heather (hpduck) | 354 comments Ya, not necessarily set in the time period, but actually written in the time period.


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