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December 21, 2009

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Rayme Waters

As I member of Meg's book club I can second this event is our most anticipated of the year! Two more fun traditions we observe are making the event a pot luck where we bring only appetizers and desserts. All low calorie and vegan of course! ;-) and second, someone plays notetaker and writes down all the books as they are opened, making note of titles, authors and those which are most stolen. This list gets emailed to the group so we can remember the books that sounded good and the members who couldn't join us can see what's on our reading list. Happy Book Swaping!

Lisa

This sounds like great fun!

Meg Waite Clayton

>someone plays notetaker and writes down all the books as they are opened, making note of titles, authors and those which are most stolen

Rayme is a great notetaker! Thinking about last year, we read our most stolen book later in the summer - and were not universally wild about it. Interesting to see the difference between what we think we'll like and what we actually do.

sarah pekkanen

I adored The Wednesday Sisters and this sounds like a fantastic tradition!

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