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November 03, 2009

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Jessica

That's too bad - I couldn't help but read it as soon as I could (SO GOOD) and I was looking forward to asking some questions. But the good news is that I can lend it out to a few friends so they can listen too. Thanks again for introducing me to such a great novel.

Book Club Girl

I know and I'm really sorry (this has never happened before!). If you want to send your questions now while they're fresh in your mind, I promise to hold them until the show!

Kathy R (Bermudaonion)

I've got it down in my new 2010 calendar!

Kelly

Oh good, more time to read it!!!

Foreign women

When it comes to meeting and dating women, I got turned onto foreign women when I started traveling. There should be a saying once you go with foreign women, you never go back.

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