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July 07, 2009


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Love the new design. As you said the middle column is a little narrow. I kind of like the small covers, easy to load too. Love the shading in the background.

And wow, New York time, how exciting is that. Do keep us posted on that.


I have read Miss Harper can do it - I liked it. The main character, Annie, is charming and real, and the military stuff felt like a natural part of the story (I was a bit wary of this before I began). I think you'll like it!


I'm so excited about the New York Times reporter contacting you! Make sure to keep us posted on that!

Kelly C

Library Journal gives it a good review, but Publishers Weekly isn't too excited about it.

gwendolyn b.

I love the idea of this book (and the cover), but Kirkus is less than enthusiastic. I'll most likely check it out for myself eventually, but it's on the back burner for now. I'll be interested in hearing your thoughts.

I love the purple color of your new look. I'm viewing it right now on a very small screen, so I'm curious as how it will look on a bigger monitor. I'll have to wait til tonight!


Thanks for the supportive comments about the site and the Times! I will keep you posted on the NYT article, if it happens!


I haven't read the book, but I might add it to my "to read" list. I can identify with the surprising number of phone calls. It sounds like a realistic account of how we go on with our regular lives while our loved ones are away.

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