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Good Morning America's Book Club is All About Book Clubs
READ THIS! Features Pulpwood Queens Book Club, The Sweet Potato Queens Book Club and the Mostly We Eat Book ClubIt began with a feature on Kathy Patrick, owner of Beauty and the Book bookstore in Jefferson, Tex., and the 100 members of the Pulpwood Queens of East Texas Book Club discussing Kathy Hepinstall's The Absence of Nectar (Putnam).
The idea has turned into new book club called "Read This," which will be broadcast the second week of every month. During the segment, one book club will discuss a book and recommend their favorite book to another club, which will then host the following show, and later recommend their favorite book to yet another club--much like a relay race.
Are you in a unique book club, or do you know about one? If so, send Good Morning America all of the details. They've already introduced the Pulpwood Queens Book Club, The Sweet Potato Queens Book Club and the Mostly We Eat Book Club, and they're looking for more. Sign up at the GMA wesite.