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75 Books Challenge for 2013
Welcome to the 75 Books Challenge Wiki of 2013! We're using this space to help us manage the user experience. Here you'll find useful and interesting links that might slip away otherwise. Think something else might be useful? Feel free to propose it!
The Threadbook is a way to find all those pesky threads by your compatriots that keep getting lost. This year we're going to break it out as a separate wiki to make organization a bit easier.
humouress has put together a wiki on Basic HTML, aka How To Do Cool Things In Your Posts! It's at
Bragging and Backslapping
Basic HTML, or How To Do Cool Stuff In Your Thread - NOTE: see Basic HTML Wiki link above
Great Booksale/E-Book Alert
What We Are Reading
What We Are Reading: Classics
What We Are Reading: Modern Fiction
What We Are Reading: Graphic Novels
What We Are Reading: Historical Fiction
What We Are Reading: Juvenile & Young Adult
What We Are Reading: Music
What We Are Reading: Mysteries
What We Are Reading: Nonfiction
What We Are Reading: Poetry & Drama
What We Are Reading: Romance
What We Are Reading: Science Fiction & Fantasy
What We Are Reading: Westerns
Here's the link to our shared group reads wiki with the 2013 category challenge
Anna Karenina 2
Clarissa Group Read
To Kill A Mockingbird
Dead Ever After
Fathers and Sons
Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay
The Wasp Factory
A Fine Balance
Light in August
The Small House At Allington
Can You Forgive Her
The Mysterious Affair at Styles
-The Sound and the Fury
Robert Jordan's "The Wheel of Time"
The Eye of the World
Distinct from the traditional group read, tutored reads involve one-on-one coaching to help you through that intriguing but difficult book!
Whether you need help with history, science, math or language, or just some support and encouragement, the tutored reads thread is the place to find someone to work with you through that book you always wanted to read, but were afraid to tackle.
Visit the 2013 tutored reads thread to find out more about this project. Ask questions, find a tutor or volunteer to tutor yourself, or follow the links to last year's tutored reads.
January Heritage Month
Fantasy February 2
Social Justice Theme Read (February)
Spring Training (Feb/March)
March Mystery Month
April Is Autism Awareness Month
May Murder and Mayhem
May Mars, Myth and Makebelieve
September Series and Sequels
Many of our members are enjoying books on e-readers, and now readers offer the ability to loan books. See below for exchange opportunities on specific readers.