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April 29, 2009


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Andrea K

Yay for summer book reading! I'm excited - I'm even thinking of starting my very own book club.Kind of off-topic, but I signed up for this Netflix-of-books type thing called BookSwim and it's the best thing I've done in this darn recession. Curious, have you ever taken a stab at renting books?? Do you have thoughts on it?


Last night's show was fantastic!

Dawn - She Is Too Fond Of Books

Another excellent interview - very cool to listen to both Lily and Florence talk about The Red Leather Diary. "The original Tweeter" - fun blurb!


It was a great show last night. My Dad called shortly after Florence joinced the conversation, so I can't wait to go back and listen to the rest of the show.

Melissa C

I agree that it was a great show! Thanks for the authors on air series!

Book Club Girl

I'm so glad you all enjoyed it, I felt like we had a celebrity on the line when Florence called in! Now I want multiple guests every time!

Andrea, I've never rented books, but would love to hear about your experience of it and how it works, and what you think of it!


Jennifer, I just had the chance to listen to the chat and it was absolutely awesome! It was great listening to Lily's personal feelings on finding the diary and getting it written. Wow, what a treat to have Florence call in! She was just amazing and she sounds so sweet. I think it's so great that this diary has brought her recognition and happiness at this time in her life. Thanks for a great show once again Jennifer!

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