Monday, May 7, 2012
Read a book with an animal on the cover
Read a book with 15,000+ ratings (not reviews) on GR
Read a book from the Nestie created books you should read list (Nestie Must-Reads)
Read a book set in a place you've been
Read a book GR recommends for you
Read a book from the 1001 books list
Read an Alex Award winner
Read an old NBC monthly pick (Past Book Club Selections)
Read a book most people read in high school but you haven't read
Read a book with an LGBT main character or author
Read the April, May, or June NBC pick (Current Book Club Selections)
Read an Edgar Award winner or nominee
Read a 700+ page book
Read a history NF
Read a book that fits at least two of the other categories
fabk: Read a book that was nominated for the 2011 Goodreads Choice Awards. It can be from any category, winner or nominee.
anelms: Use whichbook to choose a book. You choose four of the categories on the right, click to open them and adjust the slider to your preference.
Slytherpuff: Read a book about which you keep saying "I'll read that later."
DuskwoodEmpire: Read something first published in 2012.
tevagirl: Since April is Autism Awareness Month and I work in Special Ed, my task is to read a book about someone with a special need. It could be either fiction or non-fiction.
Sunday, January 1, 2012
Booney - Read a "non-fiction" book about a paranormal subject (i.e. Bigfoot, Area 51, the Bermuda Triangle, telekinesis, the jersey devil, chupacabra, spontaneous combustion, yeti, the loch ness monster, hauntings or ghosts etc.). Do not read a novel with characters with telekinesis (such as Carrie) but a "non-fiction" book. I say "non-fiction" because, well....I don't know what else to call it. But the book has to be about the paranormal subject. Such as The Day After Roswell; or Into the Bermuda Triangle etc.
Julie37619 - Read any book from any of the Best American series (Best American Short Stories, Best American Non-Required Reading, Best American Essays, etc).
Read2Me - Read a book with a dessert in the title or about a baker/bakery and then bake something yummy and share with the board via picture (or you can mail each of us a sample for extra bonus points!).
MrandMrsBrist - Read a book (fiction or non-fiction) about a medical mystery.
tims_angel - Read two books in different genres by the same author. Post about which book/genre you liked better, why, and whether you would consider reading additional books by the same author in the other genre.