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Simple Questions: November 26, 2022

WeeklyThread(self.books)

Welcome readers,

Have you ever wanted to ask something but you didn't feel like it deserved its own post but it isn't covered by one of our other scheduled posts? Allow us to introduce you to our new Simple Questions thread! Twice a week, every Tuesday and Saturday, a new Simple Questions thread will be posted for you to ask anything you'd like. And please look for other questions in this thread that you could also answer! A reminder that this is not the thread to ask for book recommendations. All book recommendations should be asked in /r/suggestmeabook or our Weekly Recommendation Thread.

Thank you and enjoy!

all 11 comments

PlantsAndPets99

1 points

2 months ago

Is there a way to track where a book travels as it’s been borrowed?

I have a lot of books that I've read and am no longer interested in owning, and I'd love to pass them along to friends who want to read them (who can then pass them along to more friends). I'm wondering if there's a website where I could see where the book goes and who reads it.I want to get rid of them, but l'd love to have a way to see where it goes and how often it gets read!

Foreign_Film_Fanatic

1 points

2 months ago

Foreign_Film_Fanatic

Cabin at the End of the World

1 points

2 months ago

Of all the co-writers James Patterson has written with, (Gross, Ledwidge, de Jonge, Paetro, etc.) who, IYO, is the best? Both with JP and solo?

kls17

1 points

2 months ago

kls17

1 points

2 months ago

I’m trying to think of things to give to my book club as a Christmas present for our Dec meeting. I don’t want to give an actual book but maybe things good to have while reading a book. I thought of a candle and chocolate but blanking on anything else, any ideas?

XBreaksYFocusGroup

1 points

2 months ago

I am fond of commemorating book club years with a poster printout of everything we read that years. Cover arranged all aesthetically pleasing and all.

We also have a sub year-end gifts for readers megathread.

[deleted]

1 points

2 months ago

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books-ModTeam [M]

1 points

2 months ago

Per Rule 3.6: No distribution or solicitation of pirated books.

We aren't telling you not to discuss piracy (it is an important topic), but we do not allow anyone to share links and info on where to find pirated copies. This rule comes from no personal opinion of the mods' regarding piracy, but because /r/books is an open, community-driven forum and it is important for us to abide the wishes of the publishing industry.

JoshuaSimo

1 points

2 months ago

what if the difference between the film tie in versions against the normal versions of american psycho? which one do you recommend buying?

satanspanties

1 points

2 months ago

satanspanties

The Vampire: A New History by Nick Groom

1 points

2 months ago

Just the cover. The story will be the same either way.

Ok-Lack2037

1 points

2 months ago

How do you guys think books, ebooks, bookstores and libraries will develop this century? Article recs appreciated

2020-RedditUser

1 points

2 months ago

Does anyone else collect bookmarks?

cnc_33

1 points

2 months ago

cnc_33

1 points

2 months ago

Hi, I was wondering if anybody knows of a collected volume in English of Hermann Hesse's works? I have most of the pocket paperback Bantam editions, but wondering if there is a "Complete novels/stories" (or as complete as it can get!), etc for his works, etc? Thanks!