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August 27, 2008

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Susan

That is such a great idea.

Susan

Jen, I wanted to tell you about a book social network that I thought you might like to visit. It is called ning.com. There is a social book blogging community that has been blossoming from a few of us to over 200+. It is called bookblog.ning.com or you could go to my blog and there is a button to link up to, and you can visit it that way if you are interested. The one who started it is Tricia. FYI.

Julie E.

I believe I mentioned this once before, but I used to be in a book group where, instead of giving each other Christmas presents, we all made a donation to a book-related cause. This would be a great cause for groups that wanted to celebrate Christmas a little early! :)

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