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I would like all active group members to weigh in on this thread.
A fellow member, moemoa, came to my office asking to create a thread to hold book discussions.
After she brought this to my attention I also thought about having a discussion for each book to ensure that if you were talking about one book and others were talking about another book it wouldn't get confusing.
SO....my question to you all is this:
Would you like me to make the threads for the each book so that you may weigh in and discuss the ins, the outs, the details not mentioned in the books, etc, etc? Give me your feedback below. And I hope to have this decided by the end of the week if possible!
I don't really care, but being able to talk about the different books would be nice!
I think it's a great idea! The ability to give our thoughts on different books, and discuss what we like and don't like in each book's different thread is something I would look forward to very much.
Discussing the books sounds like a wonderful idea! After all, that's what Harry Potter fans are best at. ^_^
Sounds like you guys are liking the idea, hopefully a few more people will weigh on the idea soon.
I'm confused about this thread... don't we discuss book in this whole series?
#7 - We kind of do, but we are talking about creating threads for each book to kind of separate the books into their own conversations or discussions. By giving the books their own discussions you wouldn't have to be confused on what book someone is talking about.
And we would also discuss what is not said in the books. Such as what houses characters should have been in.
You mean like originally how The Sorting Hat wanted to place Harry in Slytherin?? And he said,
not Slytherin, not Slytherin Please not Slytherin.
Not saying that I don't like the idea, but do we need a location to talk about each book or are ya'll thinking of just making one thread that the books can be discussed in???Cause in my opinion making thread for each book would sooner or later become a dead thread. Maybe do years 1-4 in a thread and 5-7 in another. Just thoughts from my wondering brain train...
That's what we are trying to decide Colorado. I like your idea of maybe having only two threads with year 1-4 and then 5-7 in the other. Will definitely take that into consideration.
Is this everyone that is active in the group? Can everyone who is active weigh in on this please?
I agree with Colorado. I think that it will turn into a dead thread.
So maybe if we do this we should combine the years like Colorado suggested?
Yes, I think we should. But everyone needs to be clear about the book they are discussing!
Yes, though I was thinking about creating another group for book discussion (mostly YA)
alright... I would join the YA group... and may I suggest we break it up more into genres?
( mystery, fantasy, contemporary... ect.)
I will starting planning the YA group, but meanwhile what about this question about discussing HP books does everyone like the idea, should we go ahead with it?
I think that we are waiting for a few more active members.
Aye. Actually flanjustisntdessert it should've been nay not neigh because neigh is the sound horses make. Can I Please earn
some points for Puff for making the distinction between the words nay & neigh??? :)
I can't award points, but I did know that, beleive me or not. I wanted to see who would point it out.
:( Maybe the Head Mistress will be kind enough to award me some points for Puff for pointing this out. PLEASE!! PLEASE!! PLEASE!! PLEASE!! PLEASE!! PRETTY PLEASE!!! Head Mistress seeing how Puff doesn't have any points up to now. We desperately need to earn some points. I think I'm gonna go over to one corner in the Hufflepuff Common Room and pout for awhile :(
Beatles I will give you 10 points for knowing the distinction between the words.
Can I have 10 points for giving him the chance to earn points??
Yes Flan you may have 10 points if you can tell me the distinction between There, Their, and they're
Thank You Very Much, Head Mistress. You're the Bestest Head Mistress ever!! :)
There is a word that expresses placement,such as
"There is a free car!"
Their expresses ownership
"No, that is their car, it is not free."
They're is a conjunction(?) That stands for they are
" They're out of town, the car is as good as free!"
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