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My ticket cost a little more than $18, but it does include a signed copy of the paperback edition of Sing, Unburied, Sing.
I really enjoyed watching this and testing to see how many on the list I read. :)
There is a list, though. There are some I wish I had NOT read--A Confederacy of Dunces and Game of Thrones (though I confess I made it through only the first two of George R.R. Martin's series.).
Mostly a good list, though I wish Shogun had been in there. I remember enjoying that a lot.
Some rather odd choices on there, though, if you ask me.
I sometimes think that they should quiz you on which authors you've read rather than on specific works.
*thanks to Sassylassy for putting the thread up.
I am happy to set up the 2019 Club Read page again, but I'd like to also inquire if any of the other veterans of the group might like to take it on for 2019? (our 11th year!)
On behalf of the group I'd like to thank those who took on the responsibility to create the threads for our regular features (i.e. What Are You Reading Now?, Best Reads of __, and so on) for this year. Thank you!!
This is a good place for any fresh suggestions or improvements for the group for next year...so fire away.
OFFER: If I'm not setting up the group page, I'd be happy to do Questions if SassyLassy would like a break.
SUGGESTION: I think our regular features should be—pretty please—titled in capital letters for easy spotting.
Lois, will you continue with the mysteries and crime novels thought spot? I've enjoyed it very much this year. If you don't want to set it up, I'd be glad to.
It might also be fun to have threads for other genres. I know that several people here enjoy science fiction. Would there be interest in a dedicated thread?
re: an SF thread, that's a possibly, if someone feels up to creating it and keeping it going (I don't read enough of it these days, but I'd probably follow it).
>28 AnnieMod: Thanks, Annie. Hope you can also find the time to post your reading.
I was in some weird mood - I've read less than half the usual number of books and most were crime and mystery series ones (which does not make them bad books - I just did not feel like reading anything else - which is weird). Back on track I think - and maybe I will manage to keep up posting this time around. :)
Thread all set up, waiting for the gates to open :) Happy holidays!
Please remember to post your year-end favorites here in 2018 and then copy them to the appropriate thread on 2019 (The best of last year).