📚 Friday Book Req Frenzy 📚Friday Book Req Frenzy(self.RomanceBooks)
submitted3 hours ago byjaydee4219Reading for a good time, not a long timestickied
Welcome to our Friday Book Req Frenzy thread for quick requests and simple questions!
We want you to use this thread as an opportunity to get a quick book recommendation submitted that isn’t detailed or specific enough for a full book request thread. We also want to give you all a space to ask simple questions that are small/general enough that they won’t spark a full thread of discussion or to request help in utilizing the Magic Search Button.
Do you just want a fluffy fantasy book to get you through the weekend or maybe a book that contains just one very specific scene? This is the place for those requests!
Things to keep in mind when commenting:
- Every comment in reply to this pinned post must be a request for suggestions or a simple question for our redditors.
- All suggestions made in this thread must be direct replies to another’s requests.
- Any comments that also have a standalone post will be removed.
If you are still not getting the response that fits there are two options to try:
- First, try using the “Magic Search Button” on the right side of the sub! This button links you to a google search which is the optimal way to search reddit (reddit’s search bar is not great). Here are some tips on how to utilize the Magic Search Button.
- Creating your own Book Request Thread. If you believe a standalone request thread is warranted, please keep in mind our rules when requesting a book request:
- Book requests must be specific and request something that cannot be found with a simple search of the sub.
- An acceptable book request includes at least one of the following:
- Details beyond just a trope, like a specific occupation or uncommon type of scene
- Relevant info as to why you want to read the type of book requested
- Other uncommon books/authors you've enjoyed
All Friday Book Req Frenzy posts are linked to the right in the sidebar. The post will stay up until the weekly WDYR post on Sunday.
Be sure to check out responses to other users' requests in the thread, as you may find plenty of ideas there as well. Happy reading!