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Book friends and chat

Anyone interested in doing a Paranormal and Urban fantasy Nook Book club in which we can choose a book and discuss in a group setting and be friends here on our Nook accounts?

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Re: Book friends and chat



I think that is essentially the premise behind the posts where Paul identifies one or more monthly features.

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Re: Book friends and chat



You can do it here as well.  I use to chat with others about books here that weren't on the selections of the month by Paul. And if you're reeeeally nice, Paul *might* use the pick (if newer) as a selection one month for you.  :smileyhappy:


But I use to do chats here all the time on the Fantasy board.  Haven't done it for a long time, everyone got pulled away to other life things.

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