What to read for February 2021?

For January 2021 we'll be reading LGBTQ books.
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What to read for February 2021?

Poll ended at 31 Jan 2021, 09:48

Action/Adventure
1
17%
Anthology
0
No votes
Biography/Memoir
0
No votes
Non-fiction
0
No votes
Children/Middle School
0
No votes
Coming-of-Age
0
No votes
Young Adult
1
17%
Science fiction/Dystopian
0
No votes
Fantasy/Magic realism
2
33%
Romance
1
17%
Graphic Novel/Manga
0
No votes
Novella
0
No votes
Poetry
0
No votes
Spy books
0
No votes
Thrillers/suspense/Mystery
1
17%
 
Total votes: 6

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What to read for February 2021?

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Please choose a genre from the list that you would like to read in February and let's see what genre wins!
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gali wrote: 14 Jan 2021, 09:48 Please choose a genre from the list that you would like to read in February and let's see what genre wins!
I voted and I'm back! Sorry I've been away for a while (baby has consumed my life, but naps and sleeping is better so I'm hoping to be more active on the forums again!)

Thank you, gali for taking over while I've been away. I truly appreciate it :D
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hsimone wrote: 19 Jan 2021, 19:00
gali wrote: 14 Jan 2021, 09:48 Please choose a genre from the list that you would like to read in February and let's see what genre wins!
I voted and I'm back! Sorry I've been away for a while (baby has consumed my life, but naps and sleeping is better so I'm hoping to be more active on the forums again!)

Thank you, gali for taking over while I've been away. I truly appreciate it :D
Thank you and great! :)
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gali wrote: 20 Jan 2021, 00:05
hsimone wrote: 19 Jan 2021, 19:00
gali wrote: 14 Jan 2021, 09:48 Please choose a genre from the list that you would like to read in February and let's see what genre wins!
I voted and I'm back! Sorry I've been away for a while (baby has consumed my life, but naps and sleeping is better so I'm hoping to be more active on the forums again!)

Thank you, gali for taking over while I've been away. I truly appreciate it :D
Thank you and great! :)
:tiphat:
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@hsimone I opened the forum. :tiphat:
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Post by hsimone »

gali wrote: 01 Feb 2021, 01:23 @hsimone I opened the forum. :tiphat:
Thank you, gali! I'll open some topics now :tiphat:
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Thrillers/mysteries
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Thriller and Mystery!
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This poll is closed.
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