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Day|Frequency|Feature :--:|:--:|:--: Monday|Weekly|What Books Did You Start or Finish Reading This Week? May 14, 2018 Tuesday|1st of the month|New Releases: April 2018 Wednesday|Weekly|Literature of the World: Literature of Liberia: May 2018 Thursday|Weekly|Genre Discussion: Nonfiction - World History: May 2018 Friday|Weekly|Weekly Recommendation Thread: May 11, 2018 Sunday|Weekly|Weekly FAQ Thread May 13 2018: What book made you fall in love with reading? Tues/Sat|Bi-Weekly|Simple Questions: May 15, 2018


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