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October 06, 2011

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Mary Ward

I can participate!

Melissa C.

Oh, I would love to chat again with Adriana Trigiani! I will participate on November 1st! She is one awesome author! Can't wait!

Jodi

i love her books!!! i'd love to participate!!!!!!

Andrea

I'd love to join in

Kate

I'd like to participate!

Yvette

I can participate!

Jessica

Me, please! Thanks!

Martha @ Hey, I want to read that

Oh, I really, really want to join I love her more than I can say

Katie P.

I'd love to participate!

Debbie D

I would love to participate.

Pearl

I would participate.

Kathy C

Count me in. Would love to speak with Adriana and discuss her latest.

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