Suggest a Title

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Each month our group votes on what we’ll read in the coming months. Below is a list of recently suggested titles. Titles that aren’t chosen after 2 or 3 months of voting are moved to the “More Books” tab on this website.

Want to suggest a book? You can reach us several ways: (1) email; (2) or leave a comment at the bottom of this page; or (3) post an Idea on our page.  

This sticker  on a book cover lets you know the book is new to our list, not necessarily a newly published book.  Webmaven makes every effort to provide accurate data about publishing date and availability notes, but please investigate for yourself. 

9 responses to “Suggest a Title

  1. I vote for The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake

  2. PJ Jasso

    Unfortunately, I will be out of town for the September discussion, but I plan on reading the Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake anyway– sounded interesting.

    I already read Eat, Love, Pray and liked it– found it to be more of a “chick’s” book but it was entertaining and thought-provoking depending on where you may be in your life.

  3. Hi Cheryl & Susan,
    I entered your votes on the Poll page. Thanks!
    PJ, we’ll be sorry to miss you in September but look forward to seeing you in October. Have a good trip.

  4. Audrey Geneve

    I’d like to suggest the book “Matterhorn” by Karl Marlantes. I found it difficult to put down even though some parts were disturbing and traumatic to read. This is a long book with lots of psychological tension. Not for the faint of heart.

  5. Ruth Schulenberg

    I loved WHYY’s interview with Robert Wittman (former FBI art theft investigator)about his book,
    Priceless: How I Went Undercover to Rescue the World’s Stolen Treasures.

  6. Beth

    I would like to suggest Little Bee by Chris Cleave. Here is a link to the review from NPR:

    I’ve been wanting to read this for some time now–I hear good things about it.

  7. Abby York

    I’d like to read American Uprising by Rasmussen. I heard the NPR interview with the author last week. It is the untold story of a large slave revolt near New Orleans.

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