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May at General Fiction we're spending the Summer in Europe with Marilyn Brant

That's right, pack your bags, and don't forget the cameras because we're going to Europe reading and discussing Marilyn Brant's latest release

A Summer in Europe  

 

Oh and did I forget to mention that it's an all expense paid trip

you only need your imagination, a few of us will need our reading glasses and let me tell you we're in for the trip of a lifetime.

 

Please join us, of course Marilyn will be on board as well devoting much of her time to us for our benefit.

 

Check back tomorrow on the General Fiction Board when I post the reading schedule, the fun starts Monday May 7th and it lasts the whole month long, and then keep checking in for my posting of Marilyn's interview (it's juicy), and my review of the novel.

Also check Marilyn's website and look closely because she's mentioned our humble forum for all the world to see

 

If you've read Marilyn's other novels you already know what a treat she is to read, for members you'll remember her from last year when we discussed her novel Friday Mornings at Nine

For the rest of you, come on I know you want to join in.

 

So get those suitcases aired out, those passports ready and don't forget the bermuda shorts that will cast us as American Tourists as we tour Europe.