November 2017: Biography/Autobiography is next genre/theme. Polling will begin October 1st.
In 2014 we read, Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened" by Allie Brosh Nominated by Rachel. In 2015 we read, "Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things" by Jenny Lawson Nominated by Melyssa. In 2016 we read, "Passionate Minds" by David Bodanis nominated by Daniel Vaca.
The book with the most votes is the book for the month. Book nominations should be complete with Title, Author and an Amazon or Goodreads link as a reply to this discussion or comment in the invitation. Remember, try to keep the book length to with in "can be read in a month by a slow reader", readily accessible and somewhat affordable. Feel free to post pictures, videos, reviews or anything else to make the case for your book nomination. Should your nomination win the poll for the month it would be great to have you at the meeting to moderate the discussion; we understand schedules change and stuff comes up, so attendance nor moderating is mandatory.