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May 09, 2010


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Darby Lohrding

I love the way "BB" uses history/facts in her novels! This is a must read for me!
Thanks Jen for all of the links!
darbyscloset at yahoo dot com

Melissa C

I loved The Lace Reader and would absolutely love to participate in this show! Her books are so interesting and I am glad it is set in Salem again, with even a mention of one of the characters from The Lace Reader, I hear!


I would love to participate. The Lace Reader was fantaatic so I have no doubt this one will be too.


I loved The Lace Reader. I should be receiving a copy of the new book in the mail any day.

Melissa C

Oops. I guess I should have said I would love to participate again IF you make this a show. LOL

Book Club Girl

:) to Melissa and Delia - I'll be doing a show with Brunonia at some point I'm sure, but not yet!

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