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  1. Sky Renee Erickson
    January 26 @ 3:25 pm

    Now that I’ve moved, I miss and desire this kind of interaction. I gained so much from you, the ladies of book club, and the amazing books. I feel like our minds were able to beautifully connect in a special way.

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  2. Jennifer
    January 26 @ 10:45 pm

    Oh, how I wish we lived in the same area. I joined a book club, took all my literary analysis notes, and then was the geek who didn’t just come and say, “I liked it!” The book club was about being social, ok, but I wanted to discuss ideas and theories and use my very expensive education. I’m not sure I can hold my own any more; I’m more apt to discuss the benefits of PBS on a developing mind than Proust, but if only our husbands were at the same installation . . .

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  3. mitchteemley
    January 27 @ 3:15 pm

    My wife and I started reading aloud together and, of course, discussing books on our second date. It has become a way of life for us.

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  4. Brita
    January 29 @ 8:34 am

    I briefly lived in New York and reconnected with a friend I’d known online for years. She took me into her friend group. We started our own book club right before I moved to Toronto, but then we kept it up online! Our book club continued to meet every 1-2 months through Google Hangouts for about 2 years. Then we took a hiatus first so I could get married, and then because one member moved to Vietnam. That hiatus has lasted longer than expected, but we’re starting our book club back up again! It’s been such a fun way to stay in touch with each other long-distance.

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  5. pickettfamily
    January 29 @ 8:39 am

    This sounds like a lot of fun. I would love to do a book club with friends. It’s great to get together and talk about a common interest.

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