What should we read for September 2019?

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What should we read for September 2019?

Poll ended at 04 Sep 2019, 08:06

​​Action/Adventure
1
33%
Biography/Memoir
0
No votes
Coming-of-Age
0
No votes
Graphic Novel/Manga
0
No votes
LGBTQ+
0
No votes
New Adult
0
No votes
Picture/Illustrated
0
No votes
Poetry
0
No votes
Short Story
0
No votes
Young Adult
2
67%
 
Total votes: 3

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What should we read for September 2019?

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Can't believe summer is coming to a close already and fall is on its way! As we roll into September, what genre do you think we should discuss? :techie-studyingbrown:
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Awww man! I missed the poll. I would have voted for 'short story'. Tis an undervalued genre, I think. Short story collections never really treated with the importance they deserve.

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arc1g15 wrote:
05 Sep 2019, 13:40
Awww man! I missed the poll. I would have voted for 'short story'. Tis an undervalued genre, I think. Short story collections never really treated with the importance they deserve.
It's okay, I'll keep short story up for next month's genre poll and maybe you can vote for it then. Thank you for checking in, though!
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Looks like we have a winner for the September Genre Discussion - for this month, we will be reading books in the Young Adult genre!

Thank you to those who have voted! :)
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hsimone wrote:
06 Sep 2019, 15:59
Looks like we have a winner for the September Genre Discussion - for this month, we will be reading books in the Young Adult genre!

Thank you to those who have voted! :)
I was one of the voters. I opened the forum. :tiphat:
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gali wrote:
07 Sep 2019, 00:37
hsimone wrote:
06 Sep 2019, 15:59
Looks like we have a winner for the September Genre Discussion - for this month, we will be reading books in the Young Adult genre!

Thank you to those who have voted! :)
I was one of the voters. I opened the forum. :tiphat:
Nice, thanks gali! :)
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@gali What if we do the genre, horror and/or supernatural to celebrate Halloween, for the month of October?
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hsimone wrote:
30 Sep 2019, 17:30
@gali What if we do the genre, horror and/or supernatural to celebrate Halloween, for the month of October?
Sounds good! :) I opened the forum. :tiphat:
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