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And the winner is...

September 03, 2013 by sdc
cover images for finalistsThe 2013 selection for One Book - One Lincoln has been announced. The majority of the popular vote was for The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry.

You can find resources related to this year's selection on our 2013 One Book - One Lincoln web site. Watch for additional programming and discussion opportunities coming soon!


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Five Days and Counting...

August 29, 2013 by sdc
One Book - One Lincoln fans...

It is only five days until the announcement of the selected title for 2013.

Tune in on Tuesday, September 3rd, via the libraries' website, Facebook page, BookGuide readers advisory page, the One Book One Lincoln e-mail list and this One Book One Lincoln blog, as we reveal which of the three finalists for 2013 got the majority of your votes in our public voting during June and July.

Special programming built around the themes of this year's selected title is being arranged right now; public discussion opportunities are being identified -- library staff will be available to lead discussions for your own book group if you're interested!

Watch for the big reveal this coming Tuesday!


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And the title for 2008 is...

September 08, 2008 by sdc

...Diane Setterfield's The Thirteenth Tale. This novel, a debut work from author Setterfield, is a tribute to the tradition of gothic novels from years gone by. A shy, introverted woman finds herself inexplicably caught up in a mystery that goes back many years, complete with hauntings, mysterious twins, an unexplained fire, a reclusive author and more twists and turns than a hedge maze in a classic English garden!

Join us as we all read The Thirteenth Tale, then come to one of the many book discussion opportunities or special events and programs. We also encourage you to explore the nooks and crannies of this year's official One Book -- One Lincoln web site, which provides background about the book, the author, and the many themes touched on throughout the novel.

Thanks for reading with us...we look forward to hearing what you think about The Thirteenth Tale.



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