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February 13, 2007

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Carol

I am happy to hear you liked the book, it was a great suggestion on your part. I loved reading it, too, and am working on my review/comments (mostly in my mind, time to get them on to "paper").

Thank you again for suggesting this book, reading it has made my February brighter!

Beverly

Great review. my copy just came yesterday and I can't wait to sit down and read it.

Tracy

Carol: I'm just glad you picked it. Plus, I'm looking forward to March's selection, as that's another book I already own but haven't read yet!

Beverly: I hope you enjoy it!

Colleen

"To me, in many ways, this was not so much a book about gardening but a book about being an author."

I'm glad you thought so, too! While I loved all of the gardening discussions, and being a witness to the friendship that developed between the two, I liked this insight into the professional lives of two respected writers. Great review :-)

Annie in Austin

Tracy as Colleen notes, you really got to us with your line: "To me, in many ways, this was not so much a book about gardening but a book about being an author."

It was fascinating to have this window into their lives.

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

kate

Great book review ... I was hoping to see one of the March selection!!

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