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Week one discussion of Friendship Makes The Heart Grow Fonder

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Today starts the month long discussion of Friendship Makes The Heart Grow Fonder

for complete discussion, updates and author participaton please visit my Blog

 

Week One
Friendship Makes The Heart Grow Fonder

Chapters 1-8

Please use these questions as a jumping off point, do not think they’re the only thing to chat about. I love it when you add your own thoughts bring up questions that come to you.

 

We’ve met the female friends and most of the core characters.
What’s your first impression of the “girls”?


Do you have a favorite yet, or is there someone who pushes your dislike buttons?

 

IN EUROPE:
The friends have arrived
Tell us your thoughts about the “Dinner in Darkness”

 

About Amsterdam and Judy’s trip down memory lane.

 

Lisa uses humor throughout the first part
Tell us your thoughts on the humor itself and what effect it has on the novel

 

If you follow Lisa on FB you’ll know that she devotes quite a bit of time to her life with Teen girls.
Do you think some of that “experience” has seeped into her pages?