So, I’ve been thinking about starting different discussions on here. I was just wondering what I should write about. I’d love some ideas from you! Here are my ideas so far:

  • Love triangles, of course
  • Series: Better than Standalones?
  • Why do we love dystopians so much?
  • Bookshelves: How do you organize yours?

That’s pretty much all that I have. If you give an idea, I’ll be sure to give you credit for it on my post. I’m thinking about doing a discussion either every other week or once every month. What do you think?



  • Catherine@thebookparade

    What about the age-old debate of paper v. electronic copies of books?

    Or buying v. borrowing books?…

    Catherine 🙂
    The Book Parade

  • Sharrice Hewlett

    How about what makes a good main character?

    • Krystianna
      Sharrice Hewlett

      Thanks for the idea. I may do this one!:)

  • Daphne

    Nook Vs. Kindle? Different POVs Vs. One POV? Bookmarks or Dog earing pages? The Importance of covers? Hope this helps! 😀

    Daphne @ Reading Until Dawn

  • Rachel Cotterill

    Those sound like great topics 🙂

    Other ideas: I'd be very interested to hear people's views on how much the plausibility (and for that matter, the level of detail) of the "history" impacts people's enjoyment. For future-Earth dystopia, in particular, there's quite a spectrum in terms of the development from now to the story's time, ranging from fully explained to hardly anything.

  • Angeline

    I actually watched the movie, but its not as good as the book (as most aren't). I loved watching Emma Watson.

  • Rachel @ Unforgettable Books

    🙂 Nice ideas! Love discussion on books to movies, helping bookstores, favorite character types. and maybe why some people (like me) wish there were more dystopians with better made worlds.

    • Krystianna
      Rachel @ Unforgettable Books

      Ooh I really like these ideas! Thanks so much for the help Rachel!! 🙂

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