Bookreporter.com Readers Suggest Titles for Book About U.S. Election
Added: (Wed Nov 15 2000)
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Contact: Carol Fitzgerald
Bookreporter.com Readers Suggest Titles for a Book
About Presidential Election 2000
New York, NY (Nov. 15, 2000) - Bookreporter.com today published a
witty selection of reader ideas for what might be an appropriate title
for a book about this year's U.S. presidential election.
In its weekly question to readers posted on November 10th,
Bookreporter.com asked what they would title a book about this year's
unusual presidential election. The reader response to this question was
higher than usual, indicating their passion for this topic. "Our audience is
always responsive, but this question was one that really got them
tapping on their keyboards. You could feel the emotion in their
responses," said Carol Fitzgerald, Founder and President of
Bookreporter.com and The Book Report Network.
Some of the Bookreporter.com staff's favorite reader responses included:
Too Close To Call: If It Was A Bingo Card, They Would Have Gotten It Right
Who Did You Punch?
Six of Bush, Half a Dozen of Gore
Counting, Adding, Subtracting and other Magic Tricks
By University of Florida, Education Department
Political Violence: Am-Bushing and All That Gore
The full list can be viewed online at
http://www.bookreporter.com/brc/subject390.html. More suggestions
will be added as they come in.
Bookreporter.com publishes new book-related content weekly, including
reviews, author interviews, commentary, and feedback from readers
gathered through questions such as this one, polls, and "Word of
Mouth," where readers contribute ratings and mini-reviews for the books
they are currently reading.
Bookreporter.com is part of The Book Report Network. The Network is
comprised of a growing number of websites that provide original book
content - author interviews, reviews and commentary, along with
interactive elements such as polls, questions, and message boards.
TBRN's websites are http://www.bookreporter.com/,
http://www.authorsontheweb.com/, http://www.teenreads.com/, and