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WANTED: January, February & March 2022 NON-FICTION suggestions!

Help us pick our next NON-FICTION book for group discussion here. YOU MUST HAVE 5+ POSTS TO CONTRIBUTE IN THIS FORUM!
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WANTED: January, February & March 2022 NON-FICTION suggestions!

Please tell us what non-fiction book or books you think we should read and discuss as a community in January, February & March 2022 (Q1, 2022). It will be helpful to provide a link to where we can learn more about your book suggestion. And if you really want to impress us add a few words about why you're suggesting the book. Feel free to comment on other people's suggestions. If you like a suggestion please say so, and if you find a suggestion to not be enticing it is OK to say so. Feedback makes this process work.
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Any suggestions for non-fiction?
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Jeez already!? :D
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Oh I just want to get people actively involved. We clearly aren't going to select the next book for months, but asking for suggestions at the last minute isn't wise. We should always have a thread up asking for suggestions for the next book discussion.
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Agree. I thought I blacked out again, that's all.
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Yes
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Me too. ;-)
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