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Book Club Book #1: The Bachman Stories

My book-club book arrived!! Yeah!!! I've been meaning to read more Stephen King (more than the one whole book of his that I've read so far), so this is perfect!

I can't remember if I've mentioned it earlier, but I'm joining Sian and a few other lovely ladies across the US and UK for a Blogger Book Club!

Basically how it goes is, we've been sorted into groups of five, then we each pass around our favorite book so that everyone in the group has a chance to read it. I send a book to Jess, who sends one to Jen, who sends one to Jess, who sends one to Becca, who sends one to me. When I'm done with Becca's book (preferably each cycle should take a month), I then pass Becca's book along to Jess, and round and round the circle it goes, until 5 months later when I get my own book back!

Sounds like a super way to find new books, no? I love the idea that I'm not choosing these books. I tend towards the same sections whenever I browse a bookstore or library, so this will help me branch out a little. Works for me!


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