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Gissy 🙋🏽‍♀️📚 📚📚📚 17h
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the witch doesn't burn in this one | Amanda Lovelace, ladybookmad
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This Monstrous Thing | Mackenzi Lee
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Olivia Twist | Lorie Langdon
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Wayfarer | Alexandra Bracken
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Gissy Yes! 🏋️‍♀️ But with 📚📚📚📚🤗 2w
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The Body in the Library | Agatha Christie
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ellie_ember 🤣🤣🤣 2w
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The Towering Sky | Katharine McGee
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The Jane Austen Book Club | Karen Joy Fowler
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I‘ve run an in-person book club for almost 20 years. Initially, we sent out invites and announcements via email, then Evite. Are there other invitation platforms out there that folks can recommend? Thinking of an upgrade…

rwmg I've never heard of Evite before. What is the advantage over emails and text messages? 3w
plemmdog I started using as it gave a head count who was actually coming (on one occasion only one person showed up and the host had embarrassingly prepared a large spread). It also has a link to map apps, for directions. 3w
SRWCF Could you just send an invite through Outlook with a note to "please accept or decline so we know how much food to prepare"? I am an executive assistant and we use Outlook to set up all meetings, also more important meetings like those for our Board of Directors. It gives a headcount on the Tracking tab of who accepted, declined, or didn't respond, that way you know who to circle back with. 3w
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All These Bodies | Kendare Blake
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