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June 23, 2009


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So glad you are going to join in!! Re-watching and re-reading counts, so enjoy watching Emma with your daughter (and I agree, Mr. Knightly is yummy)!

Julie P.

Stephanie is just the best. I'm still toying with the idea of taking on a challenge!


Good luck with the challenge!

Carolina Gal's Literary Cafe

I will be rooting for you. Seeing or watching something a second times, does make a difference. You may have missed something. Loved the book club last night. I am more of a listener and haven't taken the challenge to call in. You never know when I will finally take the plunge. But I did enjoy reading the book. You have done wonderful things for the book community. I would like to tell you and I told you once before that you are the reason I started my blog. I don't have many followers, but that is not going to stop me. It was my first blogavesary this past monday. So I want to thank you....

Susan at Carolina Gal's Literary Cafe formerly Seaside Book Worm.

Serena (Savvy Verse & Wit)

welcome to the challenge. I accepted Stephanie's challenge as well.

I really liked the Jane Austen Book Club movie better than the book.

Pauline Baird Jones

Oh, you'll LOVE LOST IN AUSTEN. I wish I'd thought of it. LOL!

Pauline Baird Jones

speaking of fun stuff, have you seen Shakespeare Retold? Taming of the Shrew is my favorite of the four. Totally fun.

Jenne Turner

What a great idea - thanks for the heads up!


I have the confessions of a Jane Austin Addict, but haven't read it yet. I did read a Jane Austin book club, but also haven't see the movie. I need to add that to my netflix!

gaby317 @ Starting Fresh

This sounds like a fun challenge. I'd love to hear how you progress. Am thinking of signing up too.

Thanks for the post!

gaby @ Starting Fresh


Oh please don't read "Darcy's Story!" There's not much new to be gained from it and much of it is word-for-word dialogue from "Pride and Prejudice."


this is my first book blog challenge too! yay~

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