Nominations Are Open!

Nomination Time Again Ladies! Yes, it’s that time to nominate a book for the month for February.  The theme for the February’s book nominations will be…A book about people and/or by a black author. Any genre such as fiction, non-fiction or YA.  Since February is Black History Month let’s celebrate, read and talk about us!

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 February. 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 January 16, 2012 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 mochagirl@email.com  If you need some ideas on A Book about Us, here are some suggestions. Click the book covers to read a synopsis and the reviews of the books.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

♥Mocha Girl Alysia♥

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  • Shannon

    I nominate Sister/Citizens by Melissa Harris-Perry

  • Jacquae

    I nominate the autobiography of Malcolm X

  • I nominate James Baldwin’s Go Tell it on the Mountain

  • Dionne Delone

    I nominate Judge Lynn Tolers from TV’s Divorce Court show’s book “My Mother’s Rules:A Practical Guide to Becoming an Emotional Genius”

    My 2nd choice is Judge Karen’s Guide to Living Your Best Life by Karen Mills-Francis.
    Yes, I aspire to be a black female judge so these modern role models encourge me. Sorry Charlie!”)

  • April

    I nominate 47 by Walter Mosely

  • Venecia

    The darkest child looks really good to me, I nominate that book.

  • Rochelle

    I nominate Heroes in Black History by Dave & Neta Jackson

    • Thanks Rochelle! Your nomination is in! And by the way, you are doing an AMAZING!!! job with the Tempe Chapter. Congrats!! 🙂

  • Arlena Dean

    I nominate The Darkest Child by Delores Phillips.

  • Belle

    I remember reading “The Darkest Child”…oh let me tell you that was a powerful book! It was crazy good! I nominate that one. I’ll read it again in a heartbeat.

  • Pearl Thorpe

    I would like to nominate “The Sacred Place” by Daniel Black

  • Rebekkah

    I nominate Wench by Dolen Perkins-Valdez

  • Glenda

    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is on my to read list, so I nominate it.

  • Stacee

    I nominate the book “Left To Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust” by Immaculée Ilibagiza

    *Side note: This book is life changing!

  • I nominate Purple Hibuscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

  • I nominate 47 by Walter Mosely and the Darkest Child looks really good too!

  • Aundra

    I nominate “Makeda” by Randall Robinson

    • Excellent Aundra! I have added your nomination as well.

  • I nominate, “The Elite of Our People,” by Julie Winch

  • elania

    I nominate the darkest child

  • So many books! So many choices…
    I nominate Melissa Harris-Perry’s “Sister Citizen”.

  • I nominate Song Yet Sung by James McBride. Though I second Wench and Purple Hibiscus.

    • I am reading that book right now! Your nomination is in. Thanks!

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