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2012 Featured Reads by Month

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2012

 

 


January: Erica Bauermeister Joy for Beginners & Roslund & Hellstrom Cell 8  

February: Francine Thomas Howard Paris Noire  

March: Lisa Verge Higgins The Proper Care and Maintenance of Friendship  

April: Stephanie Cowell Claude & Camille  

May: Marilyn Brant A Summer in Europe  

June: J T Ellison A Deeper Darkness  

August: Ryan David Jahn The Dispatcher  

September: Emilie Richards One Mountain Away  

October: Hank Phillipi Ryan The Other Woman  

November: Susan Wilson The Dog Who Danced  



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dhaupt wrote:

 

2012

 

 


January: Erica Bauermeister Joy for Beginners

February: Francine Thomas Howard Paris Noire  

March: Lisa Verge Higgins The Proper Care and Maintenance of Friendship  

April: Stephanie Cowell Claude & Camille  

May:

June: J T Ellison A Deeper Darkness

July:

August:

September: Emilie Richards

October: Hank Phillipi Ryan The Other Woman




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Hank returns in October!  I'm already dancing a jig.....:smileyhappy:   OH NO!!!!  Now I have to wait to read The Other Woman  :smileysad:

 

Muse

A really good book is much like an artichoke. As you peel back each page of the of the book, you get closer and closer to the succulent heart of the story.
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Mountain_Muse wrote:

Hank returns in October!  I'm already dancing a jig.....:smileyhappy:   OH NO!!!!  Now I have to wait to read The Other Woman  :smileysad:

 

Muse


Patience is a virtue :smileyhappy:

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Paris Noire is not available in ebook format?!?  Anywhere?!?

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whiteginger wrote:

Paris Noire is not available in ebook format?!?  Anywhere?!?


ginger, it's only available in one eformat, it starts with a K

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No, I've already tried Kobo--  Wait!  Surely you don't mean--?!?  Oh, my!  How tacky:smileylol:!

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No, I've already tried Kobo--  Wait!  Surely you don't mean--?!?  Oh, my!  How tacky:smileylol:!


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dhaupt wrote:

 

2012

 

 


January: Erica Bauermeister Joy for Beginners & Roslund & Hellstrom Cell 8  

February: Francine Thomas Howard Paris Noire  

March: Lisa Verge Higgins The Proper Care and Maintenance of Friendship  

April: Stephanie Cowell Claude & Camille  

May: Marilyn Brant A Summer in Europe  

June: J T Ellison A Deeper Darkness  

August: Ryan David Jahn The Dispatcher  

September: Emilie Richards 

October: Hank Phillipi Ryan The Other Woman  

November: Susan Wilson The Dog Who Danced  




That's quite a line-up, Debbie!

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Deb, you know I'm so excited to get to join you all officially in May :smileywink:.

Looking forward to peeking in on some of the other book discussions this year, too!

~Marilyn

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We are lookinng forward to you joining us. Come on in and join in as you can. We always welcome a new friend. Muse
A really good book is much like an artichoke. As you peel back each page of the of the book, you get closer and closer to the succulent heart of the story.
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MarilynBrant wrote:

Deb, you know I'm so excited to get to join you all officially in May :smileywink:.

Looking forward to peeking in on some of the other book discussions this year, too!

~Marilyn


Hi my friend, we're excited too about taking an all expense paid trip through Europe through your eyes.

And of course you're always welcome to join in any and all discussions

Happy Trails :cathappy:

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Muse and Debbie,

Thank you both!!

:smileyhappy:

~Marilyn

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I'm looking at October's read and jumping up and down with wicked giggles. Hank has been ticking our fancy and tantalizing our curiosity for months, while we have impatiently waited for this book to be released.

Now "The Other Woman" is here. You can bet my name is first on the list for who will be participating in next month's read. I hope we have a full house. If "The Other Women" is even a fraction as good as Hank's last book, it will keep us on the edge of our seat and she won't let us get a wink of sleep, waiting to get to read the next section to see "who dun what".
See you next month, Deb and Hank!!!!!

Muse
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Mountain_Muse wrote:
I'm looking at October's read and jumping up and down with wicked giggles. Hank has been ticking our fancy and tantalizing our curiosity for months, while we have impatiently waited for this book to be released.

Now "The Other Woman" is here. You can bet my name is first on the list for who will be participating in next month's read. I hope we have a full house. If "The Other Women" is even a fraction as good as Hank's last book, it will keep us on the edge of our seat and she won't let us get a wink of sleep, waiting to get to read the next section to see "who dun what".
See you next month, Deb and Hank!!!!!

Muse

oh it's better :smileyhappy:

 

I'll be starting to advertise it on Friday