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October 13, 2009


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Melissa C

Sounds like a whirlwind weekend! And I LOL'd at the airport security breach! Thanks for the lovely guest post!


I was there! I live in the Nashville area and just gobbled up all the great authors at the festival that weekend. Thanks for the guest post :)

Robin Antalek

"Here I was, small town girl alone in the city, getting plied with brown liquor. No good could come of this."

That line makes me swoon........I heart Holly Goddard Jones!

Jill Tardiff

The Natl Reading Grp Month program in Nashville was super! One of best events I've attended in a long time. Thanks to all the authors and moderator for a splendid "breakfast with authors" on such a gloomy, rainy morning. Made by day. I'll be back next year!


I enjoyed the program also.



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