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Re: How did you learn of BookTalk?

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I'll make both of those links active so people can easily visit them...patrickwhite.ozewriters.com/www.book-clubs-resource.com/online/special.php Edited by: Chris OConnor  at: 8/26/06 10:38 am
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I typed "Book Discussions" in Google after finding that there existed forums like these from referencing books. I hope to gather new ideas and expand them with the help of other members of BookTalk.Thank you!
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I started being involved on the Barnes and Noble University site. I have visited several book discussion sites, but it is a little hard to establish repoire with groups that have been going for awhile. I was talking with a friend about wanting to become more involved with another group since Barnes and Noble has changed their format. My friend suggested this site and I have been reading several of the posts over the last couple of days. I like the format of this group and I like the interchange of ideas discussed. I am especially interested in many of the books you all choose to read and discuss. I will try to learn more about manuevering through your forums without too much disruption to the flow.Lorie
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Through trial and error. More error than anything else, Ugh!!!Kimberlee "People are about as happy as they make up their minds to be." - Pres. Lincoln
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Re: How did you learn of BookTalk?

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What were you looking for when you found us?
jygach

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I was looking for bookclubs and was led to a link for booktalk.
Ira36

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I googled the name of a frequent forum poster, in relation to another matter. read some of the discussions, I have to say I have been lookign for a place like this.
rya2007

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Saw a link in a profile of a member of another board and here too. Looks interesting.
Candace

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I found your link on the American Humanist Association website. I finished reading The God Delusion about a month ago, so this looked like the place for me. So glad to have found you - this looks great! Edited by: Candace at: 2/2/07 9:37 pm
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I work in a library, and I have to give a "book talk" at a meeting this week. So I googled "book talk" and it led me here. The books you talk about are just the kind I like to read.
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