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khia213
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Re: Questions for Jon

Our Barnes and Noble had to move your book up in the display, due to the number of people who came in requesting it. These people are so excited about the possibility of actually having input from an author. Our bookclub will meet on April 28th. I'll be forwarding their questions via email as they come in. And if you have not a lot to do that day, we would love to IM you.
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thanks Jon

OK, thanks, Jon I am stil working my way through Huck. I sure think it was daring of you to pick up the character of Finn and run with it.

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