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July 02, 2010


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bermudaonion (Kathy)

He sounds like he'd be loads of fun at a book club meeting!


Sadly, I don't live close enough to Jason to have him sit in on our book club. If we shipped him a bottle of wine to drink with us, I wonder if he'd Skype?!

Susan McBride

Ha! Very funny guy! Is he married, or can I set him up with my NYC Cougar sister??? ;-)

Darby Lohrding

Very funny and I did laugh out loud!

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I always thought that book clubs read heavier books, like that Afghanistan kite book or the one about the woman who gets divorced and then travels a lot or whatever Oprah tells them to read.

Beth F

I loved this! Makes me wish I lived in NYC and belonged to a "in real life" book club. (My book club meets via Skype viedo conference call.)

Romance Books Online

Hahaha this is great! I too am sad that I am not closer to New York! Maybe one day he will come out to the West Coast!

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  • Book Club Girl is: a member of a book club and an avid reader who spent most of her childhood immersed in a book, an English major who considered library school until she realized it was all about computers, so turned to publishing, where she now works (but she vows to talk about books from all over and not to simply flog those from her own house). She was single, lived in the city, met a man, moved to the 'burbs, and is now a wife, a stepmother, a mother, and in her spare time, a fledgling blogger dedicated to sharing great books, news and tips with book club girls everywhere.

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