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April 21, 2010


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Darby Lohrding

Hi Jen,
I'm so happy that I read your post on this book and am able to be one of the 10 luckies to recieve a copy! I enjoy reading, pondering and dicussing books on race relationships!!!!!
Setting my reminder for the 17th!
darbyscloset at yahoo dot com

Darby Lohrding

P.S. "To Kill a Mockingbird", is one of my all time favorite books!


I'd love to read this book and listen to the interview. Thank you so much.

sfuhringer AT sympatico dot ca


I'd love to read this book. Thanks!


Oops, hit return before I included my e-mail. Sorry.

Melissa C

I would love to read this book. Count me in please! Thanks so much!


Looks like a very interesting book!


Looks fantastic. I'll be interested to hear how she was inspired to write this!


I'd like to participate. Thanks!


Looks good! Count me in. Thanks :)


Looks good. Would love to participate too!


It looks like I may be #10, if so I'd love to participate in this discussion!


It sounds wonderful. Thanks for this opportunity to participate.


I'd like to participate if it's not too late. Sounds great.


This book sounds great and a perfect companion to "The Help". If it's not too late I'd love to participate. Thanks


It's funny how many of the titles you've got featured on your sidebar that I've got on reserve at the library. I'm currently waiting for The Art of Racing in the Rain. As a dog lover, I was fascinated by the idea of being privy to the thoughts of my four legged creature. Not to mention, I've been considering Now & Then, as well as The Madonnas of Leningrad. I'll have to tune in for the blog radio show when I've finished Racing in the RAin.

Great blog & nice to meet you,
Lydia @ The Literary Lollipop

Book Club Girl

Carol - send me your address so I can send you the book (your email didn't show up with your comment). Email me at book club girl AT gmail DOT com. Thanks!


I would love to be included, if I am not to late.


Looks like I need to order a copy for the library ASAP so I can participate. Sounds like a fabulous book.

Nancy Taylor

Won't someone drop out and give a book work a chance?


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