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July 03, 2011


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Jamie Eisner

This book sounds really interesting. I definitely want to hear what the author has to say about the book and why she wrote it and so forth.


I'm looking forward to the radio chat and to reading this book!


Sounds amazing! I would love to read this!


I can't wait to read the book!


Awww.. just noticed it's 7pm ET.. I work until 8pm ET. :(


Sounds awesome, would love to read it!

Martha@Hey, I want to read that

I'm so excited about this book. I would love to participate. Thanks for the opportunity.

Gina E.

Oooh. That sounds like my kind of book. Another time and place. And a juicy story!


I love the cover image. I'm in!

Jodi Lupp

I'd like to read and review this book!!!

Michelle B

I'd love to read this book and participate in the show!


I would love a copy and to participate.


This book sounds great. would participate.

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Who is Book Club Girl?

  • 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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