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OUT NOW! Forums Book Group. Getting started!

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    Imogen
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    Hi fellow readers.

    This is where I hope we will be able to hold our discussions about the books that we read together. I am learning how this works slowly so please be patient and let me know if anything doesn’t seem to work.
    Imogen x

    #701 Reply

    John Clark

    Hi
    This is a great idea.
    J x

    #766 Reply

    Jo Taylor

    I need to read the first book on the forum now! !!

    I am a member of a ‘face to face ‘ book.group and have lots of suggestions for books that promote a good discussion if you would like Imogen?

    #768 Reply

    Imogen
    Keymaster

    Yes please Jo. I have a few on my list but I’m always up for suggestions. Thank you.

    I’m going to post the book for this month with my weekly blog post tomorrow so watch this space!

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    Kaycie

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    Shirl

    she adheres to the "one drop rule," and is determined the child identify as black and not spend time with her White father. Quite a few of the Indian and Chinese women here in Texas walk around with umbrellas, just as I saw all the time in Singapore. Just trying to &qtut;preserve&quoo; what they perceive as their "fair" complexion. I've seen Chinese women with skin close to White, while their public-schooled children are as dark as Indians or Mulattoes (outdoor P.E., summer clothes, etc.).

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    Barbie

    For anyone seeking more info about the clothes in The Hangover, I have very recently chatted to costume designer Louise Mingenbach . Might be just what yor128#&7;ue looking for…

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    Luck

    Big help, big help. And sutaileprve news of course.

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