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January at General Fiction Joy For Beginners

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To celebrate the beginning of a new year our first featured scheduled read will be:

 

Joy for Beginners  

 

Okay so the decorations are still up and even though it's sad they need to come down, but you can put it off for a little while to pick up a great novel and join in some fun and conversation at the General Fiction forum chat wilth old friends make new ones and come and meet this incredibly talented author too. The boxes for the decorations will still be there when you're finished.

 

Erica Bauermeister has so graciously agreed to spend the month with us to chat, to answer questions and to get to know all of us as we read and enjoy her novel.

It's refreshing, it's uplifting, it's interesting click here to read my review.

 

The reading schedule is listed here to give you all ample time to plan for and read the first section.

 

I'm really excited about this novel and I think you will too.

 

Be sure to stay tuned to General Fiction for updates and more to come about this month's feature.

 

And to get to know Erica a bit more before the month begins visit her here at her website.

 

Here are some of her other works

The School of Essential Ingredients 

Let's Hear It for the Girls 

500 Great Books by Women    

 

 

 

I hope to see you there!