Science Buddy Read Book Club: Vote for the name!

Reblogged from: Murder by Death

 

I have NO idea at all if this is going to work – but here goes…

If it doesn’t I’ll redo it as a link somewhere else.  Please note it might work from the blog page but not the dashboard.  UPDATE:  Definitely does NOT work from the dashboard.  If you view it from my blog page, it works great!  Also, voting doesn’t start until Sundaythe 23th of July (Australia time) and will run through 7 August.  

If you’ve joined the group, or would like to join the group, please vote for your favourite name from the 3 below (which are the three that seemed to draw the most interest in our discussion group).

Results should show up as votes are made.  We’ll see.  😉

 

Favorite name for the group?

Science for Poets
The Flat Book Society
Scintillating Science: Indulging Our Inner Geek

 

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http://jenn.booklikes.com/post/1581060/science-buddy-read-book-club-vote-for-the-name

 

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