The Wholesome History 

Wholesome History 

Reads Group


Q: Okay, sounds interesting. How do I join?

A: Easy. All you do is go to and sign up for an account. Then at the top of the page there will be a tab called "Groups." You click on that tab, search our group name, and then click on the group when it comes up. Finally, you hit the join button. It's as easy as that!

Q: Hmm. Signing up? I don't like signing up to stuff. Is it safe?

A: Yep! It's 100% safe. And, unfortunately, there is no other way to join. You gotta hit that sign up button.

Q: Okay, great. I signed up and joined your group. So, now what?

A: Well, you can browse our bookshelf, or our posts, and find some great books.

Q: That's great, but I want to add some books I've read to your shelves. I know they were wholesome.

A: I'm sure the books you read were great, but I believe it's more manageable to have just one person authorized to add books to the shelves. Sorry, but that applies to moderators, too. I enjoy receiving book suggestions, and I try my best to evaluate them as soon as possible. Our WHRG guide to figuring out if a book is wholesome, or not, is here. This is strictly followed.

Q: So, what can I do then? 

A: You can discover great history books, and you can suggest them. Also, you can watch the videos that we feature on the "Watch" page, or in the group.

Q: Is the group ONLY for discovering history books?

A: Well, mostly. I'm sure we could sneak in a few which are not strictly history. We'll put these on a "Surprise" shelf.

Q: Yeah, because I don't particularly like history.

A: You don't? That's a shame. Perhaps this group isn't for you then.

Q: Haha! I'm just kidding. I'm loving the group already!

A: Awesome! Why don't you share us on Facebook, Twitter, etc.? The social media buttons are on the front page of this website.

Q: I just did! If I do have questions that are not answered here, then what do I do?

A: You can send us a message via the form on the front page of this site, or leave a comment in the group. I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

Q: Sounds good. Let's get reading!

A: Great! Yes, let's get reading!