Tweet Your Favorite 2015 Titles

From EarlyWord‘s GalleyChatter columnist, Robin Beerbower:

Librarians are tweeting their favorite titles of the year in a countdown that ends on Wednesday, December 16. It’s not too late to join in.

The rules are simple:

Count down your top 10 fave books of 2015 (adult and youth), one per day. TITLE in caps w/ author, tag #libfaves15.

If you haven’t started yet, you can “cheat” and tweet your #10 through #8 picks today and pick up with #7 tomorrow.

Participants are encouraged to submit titles published in 2015. The top ten titles will be announced here on Thursday, December 17, with a link to the final spreadsheet.

At this point over 220 titles with over 270 votes have been received, with Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins barreling along at top speed, but there’s also plenty of love for Kelly Link’s Get in Trouble, David Mitchell’s Slade House and the teen book All the Rage by Courtney Summers, along with a higher number of graphic novels than were submitted last year. Will these titles continue to collect nods from librarians? Check back on December 17 to find out.

We’ve Storified the 387 tweets through this this afternoon (scroll through them, not only for title recommendations, but to see how creatively librarians use 140 characters or fewer).

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