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Hello, People.

I'm an avid reader of the female variety who lives south of the Mason-Dixon line in the U.S. I found BookTalk.org Googling for an online book club/discussion group. How delightful to find such a wonderful organization.

Once upon a yesterday, I read fiction, fiction, and more fiction -- mysteries and sci-fi. However, my life has changed rather dramatically over the previous six years (during which time my reading diet consisted almost exclusively of professional "stuff"). Now that I have returned to a more balanced life style, I seem to have an appetite for non-fiction: political, cultural, neurobiology, and house/garden handyman print.

Special interests include traveling (Europe, the South Pacific, etc.), gardening, and -- new interest -- figuring out how I can live on a beer budget when I still obviously have champagne tastes. :)

I look forward to participating in some stimulating discussions!


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Welcome to booktalk.

If you haven't seen it yet, since you mentioned neurobiology maybe you'd be interested in the current top pick for our non-fiction poll, Evolutionary Psychology
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Thanks for the info. I voted for your suggestion. As a matter of logistics, when and how do new people find out if the books they are interested in will actually be discussed in the following months?


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There will be an announcement for the selection, probably soon.



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Welcome to BookTalk.org. :-)



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