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Other places to talk books?

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- Sun, 26 May 2019 18:57:22 EST tEOPuSXt No.70657
File: 1558911442089.jpg -(45547B / 44.48KB, 349x509) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Other  places to talk books?
Dunno if this is against the rules, sorry quetz or whoever if it is, but I just decided to check this place out after mainly staying on the drug boards. seems great, I see a lot of books I love being talked about, but this board is so slow now that it seems like it'd be hard to have any decent discussion going. Any other forums (preferably chan style but I'm open for anything) you guys know of that are any good?
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Hedda Sorryville - Tue, 28 May 2019 10:15:58 EST ylxQEmun No.70661 Reply
goodreads is probably okay if you want to find discussions on particular books and see what people have to say, plebbit has lots of lengthy conversations about pleb books and twitter isn't terrible for people making pithy commentaries on harder stuff but it's not well organised and you have to find the right people to follow.
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Jarvis Gedgestone - Wed, 29 May 2019 03:12:53 EST aO4zx6pe No.70663 Reply
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>>70661
Yeah, like, right, where else is there? If only there was more time and interest to talk books on here.
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Lillian Bromblepuck - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 07:21:09 EST ywiqDJ49 No.70665 Reply
>>70663
Those are the places to go, quit whining. 420channers barely read, and the ones who do (like myself) don't bother posting long thoughts on books here when there's other sites to do it on where people actually reply to you and have read the same books.
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Rebecca Mongerwell - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 19:49:47 EST 7CZ4zA5h No.70676 Reply
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>>70665
That's it? There should be better forums and it's odd there is not.

Umm.. good for you?
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Martha Mebblegold - Mon, 10 Jun 2019 17:20:27 EST UQGIBKqS No.70695 Reply
>>70676
-Goodreads: runs the gambit from basic bitch to pretentious pedant, but there can be some good discussion to be found as it tends to attract an older audience. Keeping track of what books you read by logging them and easily finding recommendations are bonuses
-circlejerk: Focus on the subcirclejerks; they vary in quality but are numerous enough so that you will likely find a niche to fit in and contribute to. Avoid all the default subs (shit)
-Twitter: pretty terrible and I don't recommend it, but the possibility of interacting with authors whose books you've read is cool, and occasionally you'll find good threads of discussion
-/lit/: Not even memeing, you can find some genuine and excellent discussion on here if you sift through the sea of trash and pretension. Excellent recs to be had as well (see their Wikia charts)
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Clara Gizzlenure - Fri, 19 Jul 2019 06:27:17 EST OWh4aBTh No.70790 Reply
I reread The Portrait of Dorian Grey. I deicded to write some literature review about lately reading books. Truly say I am bad at writing such kind of stuff. One of my teacher suggested me to go to grammar classes and use additional help on review https://paidpaper.net/papersowl-com-review/

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