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Nominations for a December book?

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message 1: by Vincent (new)

Vincent Stoessel (vinny2020) | 14 comments Mod
So anyone interested in reading some BSF this December? Open to suggestions.


message 2: by D.K. (new)

D.K. (dkgaston) | 7 comments The City: a cyberfunk anthology
Imaro by Charles Saunders
Warriors of the Four Worlds by Ronald Jones
The Forever Man by Xavier Moore
Woman of the Woods by Milton Davis
The Adventures of Fortune McCall by Derrick Ferguson


message 3: by Andrew (last edited Nov 23, 2015 11:55PM) (new)

Andrew | 2 comments Suggestions for December reading:-
Woman of the Woods by Milton J. Davis
Adulthood Rites by Octavia E. Butler


message 4: by Vincent (new)

Vincent Stoessel (vinny2020) | 14 comments Mod
I nominate Lagoon. I'll throw up a poll and post on the Facebook page.


message 5: by Milton (new)

Milton (thegriot) | 5 comments Mod
The Chronicles of Harriet Tubman: Freedonia.


message 6: by Vincent (new)

Vincent Stoessel (vinny2020) | 14 comments Mod
Added CoHT: Freedonia to the poll. The link is to the poll is here:
https://www.goodreads.com/poll/show/1...


message 7: by Vincent (new)

Vincent Stoessel (vinny2020) | 14 comments Mod
The City was voted as the book to read this month. I created a thread for the discussion.


message 8: by D.K. (new)

D.K. (dkgaston) | 7 comments Sounds good


message 9: by Vincent (new)

Vincent Stoessel (vinny2020) | 14 comments Mod
Can one of the admins please create a folder called December's Read ? That way we can create threads there that relate to the current reading


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