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January 04, 2009


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This site looks interesting. I stay up to date with GoodReads and Library Thing but don't update my Shelfari anymore. I'll have to play with Book Sprouts to weigh the pros and cons.


I am going to check it out.

Heather J.

I actually joined several months ago, but I don't think the site had really taken off yet. I LOVE the concept and I hope more people will join and get it going. Personally I want to use it to start or join an online book club ...

Julie E.

I haven't checked it out yet, but now I definitely will. Thanks for the tip!


I found a local ladies night library book club that I'm going to check out. Thanks for telling us about this great site.


I love Shelfari--I really enjoy my groups and the friends I made on there. It is really the only social group online I've ever been involved with. I am in several real life book groups, so i really don't need Book Sprouts, but it seems like fun site.

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