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Reading Schedule for Friday Mornings at Nine by Marilyn Brant

 

Friday Mornings at Nine 

 

 

Happy Valentines Day, here's my gift to you all the reading schedule for next month's featured read. Marilyn has agreed to be with us during the discussions.

 

Week one - chapters 1-9 pages 1-107

Week two - chapters 10-16 pages 108-215

Week three chapters 17-25 pages 216-326

 

Can't wait

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dhaupt wrote:

 

Friday Mornings at Nine 

 

 

Happy Valentines Day, here's my gift to you all the reading schedule for next month's featured read. Marilyn has agreed to be with us during the discussions.

 

Week one - chapters 1-9 pages 1-107

Week two - chapters 10-16 pages 108-215

Week three chapters 17-25 pages 216-326

 

Can't wait


Yay!! I'm so excited that Marilyn will be visiting - she is fabulous!!!

 

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Re: Reading Schedule for Friday Mornings at Nine by Marilyn Brant

I guess I got my answer for what I posted on the first thread :smileyhappy: Thanks!

Andreea
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A_G_D wrote:

I guess I got my answer for what I posted on the first thread :smileyhappy: Thanks!


I hope so and it's great that you'll be joining in :smileyhappy:

 

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dhaupt wrote:

 

Friday Mornings at Nine 

 

 

Happy Valentines Day, here's my gift to you all the reading schedule for next month's featured read. Marilyn has agreed to be with us during the discussions.

 

Week one - chapters 1-9 pages 1-107

Week two - chapters 10-16 pages 108-215

Week three chapters 17-25 pages 216-326

 

Can't wait


 

I guess it would have been nice to tell you all when the conversation will start :smileyhappy:

Mark your Calendars for March 7th 

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Re: Reading Schedule for Friday Mornings at Nine by Marilyn Brant

I'm so excited! I will be recieving my copy of Fridays at Nine in the mail today! I can't wait to get started!

Willow

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WaterlillyWillow wrote:

I'm so excited! I will be recieving my copy of Fridays at Nine in the mail today! I can't wait to get started!


you're so sweet Willow and I can't wait either :smileyhappy:

 

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Waving hello to everyone!

Many thanks to Debbie and Becke for inviting me. I'm really looking forward to the discussion. :smileyhappy:

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Waving hello to everyone!

Many thanks to Debbie and Becke for inviting me. I'm really looking forward to the discussion. :smileyhappy:


 

Hi Marilyn, we are all excited.

Stay tuned folks I will have the interview that Marilyn so graciously agreed  to do posted on Monday.

Have a great weekend

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Waving hello to everyone!

Many thanks to Debbie and Becke for inviting me. I'm really looking forward to the discussion. :smileyhappy:

Andreea
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How do I join the book club I am new to this and would love to know ow I can join. I also need help to know how to post a comment

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little2breezey1 wrote:

How do I join the book club I am new to this and would love to know ow I can join. I also need help to know how to post a comment


 

Hi, and welcome to the club. This is a casual forum like chat room so there is nothing to really join. Just read the book we're featuring and comment. And you just did post a comment, that's all you have to do.

Starting March 7, I'll add a new thread to the club that will say Week 1 discussion, just click on that and reply to the questions or comment what you'd like to say. Then follow the weeks 2 and three threads and pretty soon you'll be a veteran at it.

 

I'm so happy you want to participate, thanks and I can't wait. Marilyn seems like she's really excited about this too.

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Andreea, thank you so much -- I'm excited!

Wishing you a wonderful weekend, too. :smileywink:

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Okay, I just downloaded it, so I'm good to go!  Thank you to Marilyn and her publisher for offering this book in eBook format as well; true, instant reading satisfaction, almost as satisfying, perhaps more so, than that first cup of java in the morning.

 

I can't wait for this to start!

 

-Deb

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Runnergirl77 wrote:

Okay, I just downloaded it, so I'm good to go!  Thank you to Marilyn and her publisher for offering this book in eBook format as well; true, instant reading satisfaction, almost as satisfying, perhaps more so, than that first cup of java in the morning.

 

I can't wait for this to start!

 

-Deb


 

Hi Deb and welcome, only two weeks to wait.

I'll be posting the interview I had with Marilyn sometime this morning.

 

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Debbie -- my library system doesn't have this one and my TBR pile needs attention, so I'll be sitting this one out, although I will certainly lurk a bit now and then.

 

Enjoy!

 

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Peppermill wrote:

Debbie -- my library system doesn't have this one and my TBR pile needs attention, so I'll be sitting this one out, although I will certainly lurk a bit now and then.

 

Enjoy!

 

Pepper


 

We'll definitely miss you contribution Pepper, but we'll catch up in the next month or so.

Take care :smileyhappy:

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Thanks for the schedule! I think I'm going to slip over to the Literature by Women group in March, I've never read anything by Daphne du Maurier. Of course, I've also never read anything by Ms. Brant, either... This looks like a good one, but I'm afraid to overcommit. As I usually do... I may still have to pick this one up, I'll see if I can avoid temptation.

 

In any event, see you in April!

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elaine_hf wrote:

Thanks for the schedule! I think I'm going to slip over to the Literature by Women group in March, I've never read anything by Daphne du Maurier. Of course, I've also never read anything by Ms. Brant, either... This looks like a good one, but I'm afraid to overcommit. As I usually do... I may still have to pick this one up, I'll see if I can avoid temptation.

 

In any event, see you in April!

Elaine


We will definitely miss you Elaine, but I understand completely and I'll look forward to your return in April

 

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Ok I got it! I am all set :smileyhappy:

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