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Book Buddies

Musing Mondays2

This week’s musing asks:

Do you have people online that you often discuss the books you read with? Not just book groups, but individual readers who share the same taste in books? If so, what do you like best about this? If not, do you wish you did?

No, I don’t have any individuals online who are reading the same books as me and then discussing them—not actively discussing. But I am lucky to have found a few book bloggers who share the same reading taste with. We might not be reading the same book, or are “on the same page,” but we often read the same batch or authors. They become my sources for books. Tina, Sandy, JoAnn, and Marie to name a few. It would be fabulous if we all live in the same town and start a book club. As for my friends, I’m the ultimate source if they need a book recommendation.

One Response

  1. That would be the book club of my dreams!!

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