- MA, Berkshire County
- member since March 13, 2007
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Hi pst333, welcome to Play Book Tag! The tag for March is history. Once you read a book, feel free to post a review and rating on March tag: collective reads for our shelf. For answers to commonly asked questions, please look over the FAQ for new members which is pinned to the top of our discussions. If you have any questions about PBT please don't hesitate to ask me!
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ooh and I just noticed another spot. When you go to the Group page, click on the Overview tab. There's a spot on there that is also a checkbox that says "Notify me of all new discussion activity". Make sure that's not checked. If it is, de-select it. That should slow down the avalanche!
You'd then have to go back to the discussions individually to review any comments since you won't be notified anymore but at least you could do it at your own leisure.
Oh gosh, I think I know what might be going on. When you click on the thread hyperlink for a particular question, double check at the top of the discussion and make sure you do NOT have a checkmark in the "Notify me of replies" box? Right now, I think your profile might be set up to automatically receive copies of all the replies posted in the discussions, and considering how much we chat over there, that's probably drowning your email!
Out Stealing Horses is NOT a horse book. It's more along the lines of The Sea by John Banville. It goes back and forth between current time and the narrator's youth during World War II era in Norway. I'm about 2/3 of the way through it so far, and I really like it, but horses play very little part in the story so far.