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March at the General Fiction Book Club

 

Friday Mornings at Nine

 

 

 

Join us on the General Fiction Book Club starting on March 7th for our March feature read
Friday Mornings at Nine by Marilyn Brant!


Marilyn has graciously accepted my invitation to join in the conversation and will be with us throughout the month as her time allows.


Here’s a link to her website to get a little acquainted before the discussion begins
http://www.marilynbrant.com/

 

And here’s a link to the Book Club, if you’re new hang around a bit and get to know us, and if you’re an old friend it’s good to have you back again.


http://bookclubs.barnesandnoble.com/t5/Fiction-General-Discussion/bd-p/FictGeneral

 

Posted on behalf of DEBBIE HAUPT, Reader-Moderator for General Fiction