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dhaupt
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2013 Featured Reads by Month

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I know it's March, but at my age the year flies and if I don't start I may forget :cathappy:

 

January - Kristina McMorris -Bridge of Scarlet Leaves  

February- Katherine Howe - The House of Velvet and Glass  

March- Beatriz Williams - Overseas   

 

May- Lisa Verge Higgins -  Friendship Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

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Re: 2013 Featured Reads by Month

Oh wow!  What a great start for next year.

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Re: 2013 Featured Reads by Month

Excellent!  I will hold off reading The House of Velvet and Glass until February - - - well I'll try. 

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Re: 2013 Featured Reads by Month

So good.
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Re: 2013 Featured Reads by Month

Wow, I can't believe how full 2013 already is!!!!!

 

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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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Re: 2013 Featured Reads by Month

Well gang 2013 is all full. I even have a novel in December this year. I hope that you are all looking forward to this year's reads as much as I am bring them and their author's to you.

Here's to a great line up for 2013

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Re: 2013 Featured Reads by Month


dhaupt wrote:

Well gang 2013 is all full. I even have a novel in December this year. I hope that you are all looking forward to this year's reads as much as I am bring them and their author's to you.

Here's to a great line up for 2013

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What a great year this is going to be! Lots of new authors I've never had the opportunity to read yet and a couple authors that I love! Hats off to you Deb for bringing them to us!:smileyhappy:

April