08-04-2009 03:26 PM - edited 08-04-2009 03:30 PM
can we join bookclubs here???
08-10-2009 05:30 AM
Mine is partially done. I've got my favorite books and some of my fav music listed. Also, what I'm reading now. Will keep working on it!
I love that you have these profiles now!
08-19-2009 04:21 PM
New to B&N, profile will be updated a little daily until complete. Look forward to networking with everyone.
08-19-2009 09:16 PM
Another newbie to the profile stuff.
So I finally found how to search through other users' stuff.
But 95% of these profiles that return (if/when I can enter in search terms that actually return results) are private or empty. Argh! Any filters to look for just public profiles? Or could BN add an icon here to let us know who's public/private/lame?
Lil' help? Should I be looking somewhere else?
08-26-2009 06:05 PM
I am The Nobody of The Eerie Coterie. We set up the Eerie Coterie almost 5 years ago as a small book club, but now we are more than that. As a bookseller at Barnes & Noble The Coterie looked at departmental sales and lesser known titles and created our first book selection series called The "Goremet" selections. We tie in the books we are recommending online on our MyBN page with what we promote in our store. We have our own webblog as well and have a recurring conversation group that is more than a book club. Thanks to Barnes & Noble, The Eerie Coterie has grown and expanded and is able to reach anyone out there who is interested in the "eerie" things. Horror is our signature topic, but all that falls within like Occult, some Sci-Fi/Fantasy and of course film and music are never taboo. We were even featured in Rue Morgue magazine (issue #90) in the roadkill section. For september our "Goremet" pick is Koko, by Peter Straub.
08-27-2009 10:40 AM
Added more to my profile.
Be prepared to take a journey into Pamela K. Kinney's fantastic dreams of horror, science fiction and fantasy, plus the ghosts and legends of two nonfiction ghost book, Haunted Richmond, Virginia and Haunted Virginia: Legends, Myths and True Tales.
Watch Haunted Richmond Virginia book video on http://www.blazingtrailers.com/show.php?title=268
08-30-2009 09:35 AM
hey, this is my first time on here. just created an account, had to do all the things to make me a more social human being i guess. one of my favorite past times is to read, so i figured that this was worth a shot. i am also thinking of writing a book, good luck, right. i am a ten year navy veteran, but now find myself in a reserve component of the army, and serving yet another tour of duty in iraq. what a combination. so if anyone would like to write me, then feel welcome. i am a product of the sixties, history buff, and a free thinker (the one thing that the military could not take away from me, lol). anyways, thanks and god bless.