Calling all Better Know a Book readers! Let’s talk themes.

22 Apr

So I’ve been thinking about how to plan the next few months (and, of course, the rest of the future), and thought it might be interesting to do a couple of theme months. I’d thought of doing a Young Adult fiction month that featured famous, classic Young Adult books (no, not Twilight, don’t even ask about Twilight), but what about a Mystery month? A sci-fi month? A theater month? An existential month?

The point of this post being I’d love your feedback as to what you, my wonderful readers, would want to see. And hey, I’d love your help with any “theme” month, in both general ideas and blog posts themselves. So please. Do leave comments.

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2 Responses to “Calling all Better Know a Book readers! Let’s talk themes.”

  1. Joel Rosenthal April 23, 2012 at 10:40 am #

    One interesting theme might be “First Novels.” First novels are often revealing and sometimes neglected. Among my favorites are Fitzgerald (“This Side of Paradise”), Stienbeck, (“To a God Unknown”) and Bellow, (“Dangling Man”).

  2. theevelynroseeffect April 26, 2012 at 3:37 pm #

    I’d like to suggest a historical fiction month.One of my favorite historical fiction writers is Anya Seton, she wrote a novel called Wintrop Woman which is very worthy of your review.

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