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message 1: by Jenny, Group Creator - Honorary Moderator (last edited Jan 08, 2009 03:17AM) (new)

Jenny (notestothemoon) | 846 comments I'm going to get the ball rolling early this month as now that we have discussion leaders it would be nice to have a little more time for them to prepare/read the book first.

So it's that time again.

Nominate a theme/genre for our February read. We will be going back to one book for the month unless there is another tie.

One nomination per person

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

2 days to nominate!

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Jenny (notestothemoon) | 846 comments Books that are to become movies in 2009

message 3: by Alice (new)

Alice (aliceg) Wow already?! I am getting a bit behind on these I never did read December's book!

My nomination is autobiography

message 4: by Heidi (new)

Heidi Books in translation (e.g. not originally in English)

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

Jenny (notestothemoon) | 846 comments I'm doing it a little bit earlier from now on. Gives those that a leading the discussions a little more time.

message 6: by Kipahni (new)

Kipahni | 144 comments Classic childrens lit.

message 7: by Cecily (new)

Cecily | 576 comments How about banned or controversial books, if we dare? I'm not sure what, but Lady Chatterley, Satanic Verses, Lolita, Spycatcher, Fanny Hill... probably lots of other possibilities

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