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Amy

FIRST. J. Brooks Dann is hot.

Brenda Gaines Hunter

Just wanted to say, hi. I found out about typepad.com by reading your post on craigslist. I am emerging San Francisco Bay Area writer too.

Your post about men joining reading groups is absolutely dead-on. I recently placed an add for people to join a combined book and film club. The idea was to read the book, and then watch the movie that the book is based on and discuss the creative processes and techniques employed to develop each. Well, when men responded to the ad, they overwhelmingly were only interested in the film part of the club. When I let them know that they'd have to read the book too, they were uninterested. I was trying to avoid turning it into a women's club that reads gush literature and watches "chick-flicks," but... Hey, visit my blog at: http://bgaineshunter.typepad.com.

Brenda Gaines Hunter

Just wanted to say, hi. I found out about typepad.com by reading your post on craigslist. I am emerging San Francisco Bay Area writer too.

Your post about men joining reading groups is absolutely dead-on. I recently placed an add for people to join a combined book and film club. The idea was to read the book, and then watch the movie that the book is based on and discuss the creative processes and techniques employed to develop each. Well, when men responded to the ad, they overwhelmingly were only interested in the film part of the club. When I let them know that they'd have to read the book too, they were uninterested. I was trying to avoid turning it into a women's club that reads gush literature and watches "chick-flicks," but... Hey, visit my blog at: http://bgaineshunter.typepad.com.

Brenda Gaines Hunter

Just wanted to say, hi. I found out about typepad.com by reading your post on craigslist. I am emerging San Francisco Bay Area writer too.

Your post about men joining reading groups is absolutely dead-on. I recently placed an add for people to join a combined book and film club. The idea was to read the book, and then watch the movie that the book is based on and discuss the creative processes and techniques employed to develop each. Well, when men responded to the ad, they overwhelmingly were only interested in the film part of the club. When I let them know that they'd have to read the book too, they were uninterested. I was trying to avoid turning it into a women's club that reads gush literature and watches "chick-flicks," but... Hey, visit my blog at: http://bgaineshunter.typepad.com.

Crystal

Great work.

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