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Longbourn - Jo Baker

I have been sick all week and decided to treat myself to some Jane Austen silliness. It was a fast read, but it was cleverly written.

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yep. last one. started it yesterday and am only 106 pages in. it's gonna be tough to put it down this weekend tho.

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Njny, is that from the Rachel Morgan series?

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the witch with no name -- kim harrison

outstanding entertainment

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"my favorite Mississippi author, Larry Brown"

I would have guessed Barry Hannah instead of L. Brown. Darker, and crazier. Although Brown certainly had no shortage of tormented characters. RIP, both of them. And Willie M. too.

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The Rabbit Factory by my favorite Mississippi author, Larry Brown. His sense of people and place is masterful.

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Fallen Beauty by Erika Robuck. A great Jazz Age novel.

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I am reading, We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves, which I have just begun. I am having a bit of trouble sinking in, but I think it is going to be well-worth the effort. This may be one one of those books where I enjoy the story more than the writing.

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S Couple, I may have to go back and reread it to give you a better opinion, but some of the advice about jealousy and "issues" was spot on, plus the personal stories. Just thinking in a different way from the "norm" about sex and taking the "sting" out of labels and names.

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What do you like best about the Ethical Slut book, Gina?

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