Nomination Time!

Nomination Time Ladies! Yes, it’s that time to nominate a book for the month for January. This time we are going to base our book nominations on a theme! The theme for the January’s book nominations will be…A book set in the future.  2013 and beyond.  Any genre.  Since it is a new year and everyone is looking forward to the future…so will we!

Mocha Girls Read uses the democratic system for monthly book selections. What do I need to do? In the comments section below, tell us what you want to read next.  (Must fit the theme) How many books can I nominate? Just pick 1 of your favorite books off your wish list. Then what? We will put the list of nominations up for everyone to vote on.  Once the voting is over the winner will be selected as the book for January. What if there is a tie? We will put the two books to a head to head competition. The two books will be re-posted and everyone will be able to vote again but only in a 48 hour window of time. When do the nominations start and end? The nominations start today and will close on December 12, 2011 at midnight.

Take out your list ladies and let us know what you want to read next. You can also email your nominations to us at  If you need some ideas on A Book Set in the Future, here are some suggestions. Click the book covers to read a synopsis and the reviews of the books.

So let the nominations begin! I am looking forward to seeing what everyone is going to come up with.

♥Mocha Girl Alysia♥

MatchedThe Time MachineThe Hunger GamesWho Fears Death

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  • The Hunger Games was AWESOME, and I’ve heard good things about Matched. I’ve also always been intrigued by The Time Machine though I’ve never read it.

    • SS

      The Hunger Games was a great read and I highly recommend it! The one caveat is as usual Hollywood will not get it right and if you want to see the movie then don’t read the book. I can tell simply from the previews that the characters nor visuals mirror the book.

      The Time Machine looks good and best part is the Kindle addition is FREE and the paperback is only $2, which is great for these lean times.

      Another suggestion is the Game of Thrones by R.R Martin, which is not set in any real time but is along the sci-fi/fantasy genre.

    • Which one do u want to nominate?

  • Love the theme idea, and those mentioned I’ve heard of but never read (for a change;-)!

    Feb must be Black History month however;-) and perhaps we can select by genre. i.e., Historical fiction, biography, romance, spiritual…

    Or how about a New Release! Or a book with a select year in pub date, or an Indie book?

    • So which one are you nominating? Lol!! And you hit the nail on the head for Feb. 🙂

  • Rochelle

    I would like to nominate Matched by Ally Condie

  • I nominate Hunger Games. With the movie coming out in March this will a great time to read and discuss it.

  • My vote is for The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins 🙂

  • Kenya

    I vote for Matched.

    • Thanks Kenya! I added your nomination to the list. I am sending you an email shortly. 🙂

  • I nominate Dawn by Octavia E. Buttler.

  • Jacquae

    I nominate the hunger games by suzanne collins

  • Juliana

    I nominate Futureland by Walter Mosley

  • I’d like to read Hunger Games, but for Feb, I’d love to see you all read Office Affairs by Caramel Vixen, (Black Love, Erotica, Romance, Comedy)

  • Shar

    I vote for Matched

    • Thanks Shar. I will add your nomination to the list. Voting is next week. 🙂

  • Bonita Mills

    I like the Hunger Game by Suzanne Collins plus the book in paperback is @ $6 which in this economy is good too.

  • April

    Futureland -Walter Mosely. I read it already but its so good Id gladly buy it and read it again!

  • I’m nominating “Who Fears Death”.

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