I’ve been doing some writing lately, but it’s not what I had in mind when I wrote the first post.
I wanted to talk about books, but that’s where it got weird.
I realized that if I wanted more from the subreddit, I would have to write more.
To do this, I wanted people to be able to use their posts to discuss the books they love, and then share their own.
This would be an interesting way to encourage more reading and discussion.
To that end, I’ve set up this subreddit to discuss books.
This isn’t just about the best books in the world, it’s also about the books that you love.
And that’s what I hope people who use this subreddit can do: read, talk, and learn from one another.
So, to that end: here are some guidelines to help you write about the great books you love: -Write about books that appeal to you.
This is not a one-size-fits-all approach.
Books that are about a particular topic or subject matter can be great.
-Talk about the genre in which you read the book.
This will help readers make sense of your choices and choices about your reading.
-Use the subreddit as a forum for discussion.
The subreddit is open to everyone, so don’t be afraid to get into it with people you care about.
No one will judge you for reading the books you’ve already read, but you can learn a lot by reading others’ experiences.
If you enjoy a book, consider submitting it.
I’m looking forward to reading all the submissions!
And if you’re curious, here are a few resources for more reading: -Book lists: https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&sa=X&ei=LQQQg_J0lq0MgA#v=onepage&q=books+list+of+books&f=false