Someone suggested that one good way to use this site can be to study books together, and post any questions from those books that we may have.

Bhante Yuttadhammo suggested here that, this month, we could read Good Question Good Answer:

Out of the suggestions, I'd like to recommend we start with Good Questions, Good Answers, even though it didn't get the most votes; it is freely available online, it is not directly related to any one Buddhist tradition, and because of the format, it fits well with the Q&A framework. Some of the other suggested books, while interesting, are either directed to a specific school of Buddhism or are not free online.

  • See also Choosing a book for book of the month club?
    – ChrisW Mod
    May 29, 2015 at 0:11
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    I really benefited from reading "Good Questions, Good Answers". There was a surprising amount of information in that little book that was new to me. I didn't end up having any questions to post to our site about it; but it was definitely time well spent to add to basic knowledge of Buddhism.
    – Robin111
    May 29, 2015 at 10:30


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