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Subject: DONE
Date Posted: 8/29/2011 10:02 AM ET
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I am currently watching both these threads (New Romance Books To Wishlist & Historical Romance Books to Consider for your Wish List) and it suddenly came to me; could we get a sticky like the Paranormal forum has for New Paranormal Books to Wishlist Thread? I would love to see these threads combined into one and at the top of the page in the L&R forum. I wonder if Kristen and Laura would be open to doing this together. I pmed them both to ask. Anyone else like the idea? Not like? 

Last Edited on: 8/31/11 9:07 PM ET - Total times edited: 1
Date Posted: 8/29/2011 1:13 PM ET
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I've never really seen why we need a special historicals thread, myself... but it seems to be kind of hard to get stickies, for some reason. You can always ask, but you may not receive.

Date Posted: 8/29/2011 5:09 PM ET
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Here is what Laura had to say to me:

I would be open to this idea. I like the notion of the thread staying at the top of the list.

I originally started the separate HR forum for myself and my PBS Friends to share info and notices among ourselves without the hassle of PM--which I used for months and months. However, over time, the HR forum has gained a lot of other followers so that original intent is no longer relevant.

So, how do we do this? Will you take the lead and tell them I am "on board"?




Willa, I think the thread was started separate because some people did not know the other existed. I have been watching the HR thread a while & I only just discovered the New Romance Books one a week or so ago. Don't know how that happened, LOL! And I know what you mean about the stickies. :( I don't see how the Paranormal forum can have one, but we can't, though.



Date Posted: 8/30/2011 9:38 AM ET
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I actually check both threads-but I prefer them to stay separate.  I read 99% historicals and like having a "place" to comment on just those books rather than looking thru another thread where I don't read and aren't interested in most of the books.  My $.02. 

Date Posted: 8/31/2011 9:07 PM ET
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Moot point anyway. PBS won't give us sticky for thread(s).  :(