Sunday, October 12, 2008

I can haz bookclub?

I know, I know, I have completely dropped the ball on the What Women Read Book Club.  That's because this woman has not been reading all that much with school and writing sucking up my time.  So what better way to dive back into my TBR pile than to choose a title for the WWR book club?  Since it is October and I have been posting around a paranormal theme, this month's selection will be a Haunted Read.  I am posting this a bit late, so I am going to let you all help choose the book (if you have already read it or have it in your TBR this is great!)  The reading deadline would be October 31st (could I really pick a day other than Halloween?)  Here are the titles I would like to choose from:

50 Ways to Hex Your Lover by Linda Wisdom

The Rest Falls Away by Colleen Gleason

A Taste of Crimson by Marjorie M. Liu  (yes, I know this is the 2nd book in a series. Each book is written by a different author, so I will pretend I don't know this and maybe my series OCD will not pitch a fit.)

What do you say, my friends?  Which book shall we all read?


Sayuri said...

If I can join, I'd prefer Colleen Gleason.

Katiebabs said...

Colleen Gleason. And then you can share in my love for Sebastian. :D

Bridget Locke said...

Colleen Gleason...totally. :)

Nicola O. said...

I haven't read the first two, but I really liked the Marjorie Liu. IIRC, it might be the book that got me hooked on her.

little alys said...

I probably won't do Colleen Gleason due to a) the gloominess and b) don't have the book (mostly cuz of this one, what? the economy's bad and I iz pur). I have both Linda Wisdom and Marjorie M. Liu's books.

Although, I might be up for the Linda Wisdom for the more lighthearted comedy. :D

It's up to you ladies and I can always library request Gleason. :)

Horray to WWR book club!

naida said...

I've heard good things about Collen Gleason. Whatever you pick, enjoy reading :)

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