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I enjoyed going through your shelves and have picked out several that I plan to read.
Hi Jean. Please join us at a new Shelfari.com group: Good Reads Caféhttp://www.shelfari.com/groups/100744/membersThis is a Readers’ and Writers’ group. Open discussions, debates, critiques and self-promotions…The group is for all readers with some understanding of literature and for all good authors. All book genres are welcome, thriller genre books are preferredSteven
Hi Jean,you rated Ulysses with five stars. If you would like to participate in collaborative reading, pleasefeel free to register for my bookglutton-group on Ulysses:http://www.bookglutton.com/bookgroup/show?id=11088I would like to see you there.Best regards,Harald
Need some good winter reads. Barbara
Jean: Loved The Given Day, Sue Miller's books, and Ian McEwan. But forget about Olive Kitteredge and Freedom. Not my cup of tea. I'm on to T.C. Boyle, March and Empire Falls. Barbara
Must read Game Change.
Okay, I got on and looked over your books. I set up an account. I thank you for turning me on to this cool site. Can't wait to tell my fellow book club members.More later. Give my love to Tom.Love, Mary
Hey mama,I've signed up and put in the books I've read since the beginning of the year. Hurray!
I really enjoyed MARCH. I love books that give you another angle on something you think you know about. Hello from New York!
Jean, what happened to your photo? Last time I looked you , you were not like the side of a house.
I think I need to send private notes instead of this public posting. In some ways I do not belong in this internet age.
Got your message. Though tracking it down was a bit of a challenge. Hope you're enjoying the beach. I am swimming almost every night here at the pool. I have it to myself, except for the swallows that dip down for a drink now and then. I'm reading a lot, too, but longing to clean up my pottery, order some clay and get that rolling again. Am so sad about Ann. Trying to find a way to accept this and behave more cheerfully with her. I want to be a comfort and pleasure, but honestly, Jean, if it were me, I would find a way to die. How suddenly everything can change in this life. If you come to town and can give me a heads up, I'd love to meet you for lunch. xoxox Karen