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Final Extension for Book Suggestions

From: Anthony
Sent on: Saturday, November 5, 2011 11:45 PM

Hi, everyone.

Regarding book suggestions, I regret to report that I have received only ten contemporary book suggestions (of which nine will be chosen for next year) and seven classic book suggestions (of which three will be chosen for next year). Fortunately, at tonight's potluck and film event, someone made a very good suggestion: increase the number of book suggestions allowed per person.

With that, I am going to extend the deadline for book suggestions once more. From now until Wednesday November 16, 2011, the night of the next book meeting, you may e-mail me up to two suggestions for contemporary books and up to two suggestions for classic books. This means that if you have not sent me any book suggestions thus far, you have the opportunity to suggest up to four books (two for each category). If you already sent me suggestions for one contemporary book and one classic book, you have the opportunity to suggest one more book for each category. Hopefully, this will expand the list of book suggestions so that we have two sizable book polls.

Be sure to remember the information you must provide when submitting book suggestions: the book's title, author, genre (nonfiction or fiction, plus what subcategory you feel is the best label), approximate page count, and a one-paragraph summary of the book (written yourself or copied from somewhere).

I now look forward to your final book suggestions. :-)

Anthony Lee
Organizer, East Bay Book Club

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