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Thursday, June 25, 2009

August Book Suggestion 05-25 to 05-28

Members. . . please comment on this post with your "book title", "author", and a link to a website that provides a synopsis of the book and a review if available.

It's that time again. It's book selection time. For the month of August. . .the book genre will be "Romance". Any type of romance is fine. . . it can be a Romantic Comedy, Harlequin type, Classical,or any book with romance or love story being the primary focus. A good example of a romance book is the "Notebook" or even "Romeo and Juliet".

Search the Internet for book lists or book guide specially in the genre that is chosen for the month.Here are a few book guide sites that you may want to look at. Keep in mind, there's many of them so what I list below are a few I found online to help you out:

Romantic Times

Barnes and Noble

You may also find book guides and book list at the library or at the book store.When choosing a book, choose a book that "you" want to read, not what you think others may want to read. The reason for this is well, we all don't know one another personally. Although your book may not be chosen, I want you to be excited about reading the book. If your book isn't chosen, well obviously you can read it on your own or suggest it at another time.

Please do a little bit of research before suggesting a book. Sometimes availability may be a problem. Choose a book that is widely available. For example, don't choose a book that is so old that it may no longer be in circulation!!Can't wait to see what you all come up with!!


  1. Okay...this is sooooo not my area of expertise...so I made a quick look and found this one...I am off camping this weekend so wanted to find one quickly. ;0)

    The Pact by Jodi Picoult


  2. Hello Tracy,

    I have heard that any book from Jodi Picoult is good. I do not read romance novels either but I am up for the challenge. :)


  3. I also had a tough time with this genre - but I a few choices that I tossed around - but kept going back to one of my all time favs - The Princess Bride by William Goldman. If some of you have seen the movie - you should also read the book!


  4. Hey, I know it's not my turn to suggest a book, but it looks like you all are having some trouble, so I'd like to suggest Nora Roberts Black Hills.
    We're going to South Dakota at the end of July, so this one caught my eye, and I do enjoy most of Nora Robets' books.

  5. "Sundays at Tiffany's" by James Patterson...
    it's suppose to be a sweet lil love story, a quick, whimsical read...


  6. I am not suggesting a specific book, but anything by Richard Paul Evans would be FABULOUS!

    Okay, off to wait till I can vote . . .