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October 05, 2008

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Michele

Great post! I love the line "A book is also the private phone call I get to have with the writer right inside my head." Yes! That is such a great description of a what a good book does for me as well. After reading this guest post, I am even more excited to read her book! Thanks!!!

Julie E.

Great essay--I can definitely relate! My book arrived today and I'm looking forward to starting it.

Ti

I remember those days fondly. I too, had a special routine when hubby was out of town only mine involved Ben & Jerry's instead of popcorn. Aw..the memories.

Great post. Took me down memory lane and reminded me to try to make more time for me.

Darlene

What a great post! I have to agree there is no better place to escape than into the pages of a book. I'll be starting the book today and really look forward to the discussion.

Dawn

I see I'm not the only one who identified with DeLaune's routine when her husband is out of town! I also stay up *way too late* (reading, of course) when my husband isn't around to remind me how late it's getting. Getting lost in a book is such a great escape.

Thanks for the post, DeLaune. I'm looking forward to the interview on BCG.

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