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Parasha: February

Okay, going off of the bit of discussion we got so far earlier in the month, I'm going to throw together the following poll for February (since after getting off my duff nicely earlier, I then have been letting it sit for too long! Again! Argh!)

There is still some time left to figure it out though, albeit not much, so if y'all don't like these choices specifically and would prefer something else, feel free to suggest in comments! Or if, for example, you've read a lot of Lucifer graphic novels and would like to suggest a different one than volume 1. Or something.

(And note that I'm throwing in another choice that I didn't think of adding until late, so it hasn't had a chance to be discussed.)

Poll #1672000 February's Parasha

What would you most like to read in February?

Greywalker by Kat Richardson (the one suggestion so far for an urban supernatural)
0(0.0%)
Lucifer volume 1 by Mike Carey et al
0(0.0%)
A different graphic novel
0(0.0%)
Trouble Is My Business by Raymond Chandler
2(66.7%)
The Jungle Book or Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling
0(0.0%)
Good Omens by Gaiman/Pratchett
1(33.3%)
Another classic
0(0.0%)
Another general book
0(0.0%)

What would you generally like to read in February?

Greywalker by Kat Richardson (the one suggestion so far for an urban supernatural)
0(0.0%)
Lucifer volume 1 by Mike Carey et al
1(12.5%)
A different graphic novel
1(12.5%)
Trouble Is My Business by Raymond Chandler
2(25.0%)
The Jungle Book or Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling
1(12.5%)
Good Omens by Gaiman/Pratchett
3(37.5%)
Another classic
0(0.0%)
Another general book
0(0.0%)


PS - If we do the Chandler, you totally (probably) get to make up the schedule desdenova cause I have no clue. :p

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stormfeather
Jan. 24th, 2011 08:26 pm (UTC)
Nah, just since I've never read any of the Chandler stuff (I don't think), I figure you'd be better to at least lay out the groundwork. (I guess I still technically could do it if you really don't want to, you'd just be better to create the schedule I think).
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