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#26: April - June 2006 & Nov. - Dec. 2010 (Non-Fiction)
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Would anyone like to be a discussion leader for this book? I see that rivercoil has accepted Chris' offer to lead this discussion. Thank you rivercoil! It would be great if we could have two discussion leaders. Post here if you'd like to take on that role.
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I've added riverc0ils name as Discussion Leader in this forum, but as Tara suggests we could always use a second discussion leader to assist riverc0il. Any volunteers?
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Thanks tarav! Glad to be a more active participant at BookTalk and looking forward the discussion this quarter. Thanks to Chris for the offer to be Discussion Leader this quarter for this title.
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You're doing an awesome job at leading this discussion! If nobody else steps forward to help you with the task I'll be joining you soon. I'm reading the book in bed each night, but my days have been so full with work lately that I haven't been able to post. Fortunately, my schedule should lighten up a bit next week and I'll be more active.
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