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Babble Book Club discussion of The Antagonist with author Lynn Coady

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Exciting news!

The Babble Book Club presents a special discussion with Lynn Coady, author of The Antagonist, subsequently our newest selection, on Sunday, March 4, 12:00 p.m. PST/3:00 p.m. EST.

That's right, author Lynn Coady has so kindly agreed to join us on the babble forum to answer questions about her novel The Antagonist and impart some knowledge and insight into her writing.

During the weeks leading up to our discussion, we will keep the discussion going, and let you, the Babble Book Club readers, post and shape your questions for Lynn about any facet of her book. On February 26, I will compile those questions, send them off to Lynn, and then on March 4 she will personally join us on the babble forum page for an hour to discuss your questions!

For those unfamiliar with using the babble forum, here is a great source on how to sign up for this free service that will allow you to participate and interact with all the other Babble Book Club readers and Lynn Coady as well!

So get reading and chatting about your questions on the discussion page because there is still lots of time left before we have our first ever author-reader conversation with the Babble Book Club! Wow! And as always feel free to check out our Facebook group for other great links and comment! 

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