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Subject: Would anyone like to join me for a Book club on a Debbie Macomber book?
Date Posted: 1/4/2008 10:37 PM ET
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I have several unread Debbie Macomber books, and I thought it would be kinda fun to start a Book Club on one of her books. Any suggestions on which one?

One of the books that I havent read is called Montana.

 Thanks,

Melissa

 

Date Posted: 1/5/2008 10:35 AM ET
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I have the whole Cedar Cove series, and haven't gotten to them yet:) I also have a few others, Moon Over Water & Morning Comes Softly, just to name a couple. One of my goals for this year is to clear my TBR, so I'll be getting to them soon:)

I'd be interested, but I don't really want to have to order any just yet:)

Subject: Book club for Debbie Macomber
Date Posted: 1/8/2008 2:25 PM ET
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Thanks!

 I have read the titles that you have above.

 do you have Montana? or any of her older Harlequin books?

 

Melissa

 

Date Posted: 1/8/2008 6:38 PM ET
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I have some of her older Silhouette Special Editions, the Navy series for sure.

Date Posted: 1/10/2008 3:49 PM ET
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I have many of her books on my TBR mountain and the only ones I have read are her cedar cove books (all but the most recent.) I would love to try to join in if y'all get one up and running.

Subject: Would anyone be interested in a reading Montana?
Date Posted: 1/11/2008 10:04 PM ET
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Hi,

  I just started reading Montana by Debbie Macomber.  does anyone else have that book -- would they like to read that for our Book club?

 Please let me know,

Thanks

Melissa

 

Subject: Debbie Macomber
Date Posted: 1/12/2008 10:44 AM ET
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Im going to start a new topic for a book club reading on Montana by Debbie Macomber...

the more the merrier! Please join us in reading this book~~

 Melissa

Date Posted: 1/14/2008 7:49 AM ET
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MONTANA is the ONLY dm BOOK i HAVE AS A KEEPER..IT WAS WONDERFUL

iF YOU HAVEN'T  READ THIS ONE....DO SO!!!

Subject: Debbie Macomber
Date Posted: 1/15/2008 8:24 PM ET
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Im almost to Chapter 3 right now of Montana, and I plan on reading some more this evening.

 Melissa

 

Date Posted: 5/10/2008 8:42 AM ET
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Hi,

 I finally finished Montana a couple of months ago...and forgot to post here~ sorry~

What are your thoughts on this book?

I thought it was very good~~ Im a big Debbie Macomber fan.

Date Posted: 5/10/2008 4:48 PM ET
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her new book is best i think twenty wishes  

Date Posted: 5/10/2008 6:20 PM ET
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so it's pretty good Carol? I have it on request at the library but I'm sorta on down the line a bit though the wait moves pretty fast!

Date Posted: 5/11/2008 9:29 AM ET
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I got a email today from a friend on myspace, and she said that Twenty Wishes picks up from

Back to Blossom Street, sounds like a good book!

Melissa

 

Date Posted: 5/11/2008 2:53 PM ET
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Montana is a great book . . . one of my favorite Debbie Macomber books.  Just counted them and I currently have 110 of her books . . . some that are really hard to find anymore and I'm keeping them all.

Date Posted: 5/11/2008 7:48 PM ET
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twenty wishes is my favorite and i been read her book for 20 years and i love this one best.

carol  

Date Posted: 5/11/2008 7:52 PM ET
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great! I'll look forward to reading it!

Date Posted: 5/12/2008 4:08 PM ET
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I love her I read all of the cedar cove series. I would read others by her let me know if you start the book club.

 

Date Posted: 5/12/2008 8:36 PM ET
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Wow! Karen has 110 books that Debbie Macomber wrote. Thats awesome!!

I have saved all of mine also,-- I have about 25 or so...I look for them everywhere I go!

Im just about done reading The Montana Kid, I really like enjoy this book- very light.. and

I like the Family theme to it.

Is there a Debbie Macomber book that everyone would like to read for a Book Club?

I havent read Back to Blossom Street yet... how about reading that?

Thanks!

Date Posted: 7/12/2008 9:14 AM ET
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I just started listening to 'Susannah's Garden' yesterday and am enjoying it. I *think* it ties into the Blossom Street stories because I got the 3rd Blossom Street book and it mentioned Susannah having a shop (assuming it's the same Susannah!)

I've read several of her books and while nothing really grabs me as 'this is so awesome' (probably because of the lack of s-e-x!) I find there's something about them that I enjoy. Susannah's Garden for in stance is sorta sad..like a 50 yr old, actually a couple women that age, looking at their lives with the 'what ifs' and dealing with a mother requring assisted living and not wanting to go..it's hitting close to home I guess. I usually go for more action/suspense/sex but this book so far is appealing. I liked the 1st 2 Blossom Street books for the knitting since I love crafts and reading about them, esp sewing and yarn related! I didn't relate to the characters as much in those thoug I plan on reading or listening to the 3rd one sometime or other...I like to vary my reading so I dont get burned out...had finished the 2nd JD Robb book and wanted a break with somethng different so startd listening to this one.

Date Posted: 7/16/2008 2:45 PM ET
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Susanna- Ive also read Susannah's Garden, and I thought it was awesome!

Usually I read two or three books at one time, if Im reading a Debbie Macomber book-

usually that one is the first one I finish..because I enjoy those so much!

 

Date Posted: 7/26/2008 7:55 PM ET
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well I finished Susannah's Garden a week or so ago and it was really good! I'm not sure how it would've been reading it but listening to it on audio was good..had to get used to the woman reading the guy's parts LOL! but this was a good one with some mystery to it.