Listen up – again!

Reblogged from Moonlight Reader

 

 

I am still working on getting everyone’s contributions added to the Crowdsourced! list. 

Do me a favor, and scroll aaaaaaaaaaaallllllllllllllllllllllllllllll the way down
to the bottom of the list and check the comments. Make sure that there is a link to your
list pasted into one of the comments.

This is the only way I know to keep track of everyone’s lists and make sure all of the books get added to this awesome list. If you don’t see you, put a link in a comment for me.

UPDATE

We are up to 374 books on the Crowdsourced! list, which has become a bit of an obsession of mine because it is an AWESOME list!

I want to get to 500 books!

So, dig deep everyone and bring forth your additional 10 or 15 or even 20 “essential” reads. Feel free to advocate for “mainstream” classics, so long as you have actually read them and enthusiastically support their inclusion.

Also, Themis & I are working on a google sheet which will put the list into a downloadable, printable, format. You can view the list here.

If you want to help with the data entry, PM me and I will give you editing privileges as well.

 

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