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February 19, 2009


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Julie E.

Thanks! I was listening, but my mom called in the middle of the show, so I missed part of it. I'll go back and listen to it again.


I didn't get to listen to the show (I will go back and listen) but I read this book several months ago and LOVED it!!!! The growth that the girls went through and how they later realized that their mother was human was good and sad. I think we all want to have someone to look up to and it can be a shock to find out that they had a past. Anyway, wonderful book!


I am so bummed that I missed this! We were out of the town and then all came home sick as dogs :( I am just now getting to read the book. It is excellent so far. THanks for posting the interview, I look forward to listening to it after I finish the book.

Michelle B

I only got to listed for a few minutes (and get my question asked!) but today I listened to the interview while walking the dog. It was a good book and so nice to hear the author talk about it. Thanks Book Club Girl!


Good to see a tlanet at work. I can’t match that.

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